Bojangles here and this is how my adventure sex lifestyle first started. It was sunny Thursday afternoon and I was sat in my office role and wondering why the hell I couldn’t get a date. Girls who had friendzoned me kept telling that I was a nice guy, handsome and all this other ego massaging bollocks. Whilst twiddling my thumbs, I decided to take a look at what I could do to help me overcome this issue of being a pussy. So I opened up google, typed “How to pickup girls” and clicked search. Fuck I think my mind exploded after that moment, there was so much stuff to read, so much stuff to filter through. All these names, all these people, offering to help guys and teach them the secrets of pickup. Some for extortionate fees, £1500 for a weekend? Fuck that I thought, I also read into those offering these expensive bootcamps and found a lot of negative reviews.
Suddenly I came across reviews of a group called The Sarge School, apparently they did bootcamps for the fun of it rather than the cost. I clicked on their website and it redirected me to a flashy site called Rock Solid Game. I had to do a double take, the same names on those Sarge School reviews were on this website so I thought alright, let’s check it out. They had a bootcamp starting the following day and only one space remaining – £100 – I did an impulse purchase right there and then. Fuck it, that £100 was worth losing compared to the £1000’s being charged by others. I wanted to at least learn how to talk to girls and overcome my shy and pussified nature, this was the first step.
Friday night came along and I met up with two of the RSG guys called Tony T and Burto, this was supposedly the start of the path to enlightenment. Of course I was unprepared, I knew fuck all about the market and what went on in the pick up world. I explained to Burto how I’d seen Gambler and others charging a fortune for bootcamps and was glad I’d found their gig for a fraction of the cost, he understood and explained how other members of RSG had bad experiences with these other groups.
I had not read the book ‘The Game’ which seemed to have started off this whole ‘scene’. It was not really a problem, we were at this place called Milk & Honey just off Oxford Street, it was a private members bar with very strict rules, a really nice place to take a girl you’d think. There was 4 students and it started off with Burto teaching us how to open up girls at night, this was part of ‘night game’ or ‘bar game’. We learnt some openers, how to actually approach, the way to stand, how you should sound, the tone of your voice and how you should move. It all seemed very robotic at first, hell we even practiced on each other. The next part was stacking, how to get away from the opener and to stack on top on it, like a poker player with his chips. All very informative but for me it did not actually help my problem…shyness and severe approach anxiety. The next step involved us going out and actually approaching girls, man I was a fucking nervous. We split into 2 groups, 2 guys went off with Burto and myself and another fella followed Tony T.
Tony T took us to a little bar which had a lot of girls in there, I was quite surprised as I’d never seen a ratio this good. Fucking hell I’d been spending my time in places where the guys always outnumbered. Not that it mattered though as I’d never approach. He led the way by showing us how it was done and ‘opened up’ a 2 set (2 girls) and brought them over. Of course unknown to me was that he had dropped me right in, I was apparently a virgin who had just met a girl and was looking to take her to a hotel, Tony was advising me that virginity was precious and I should not be looking to lose it so easily so he brought the girls over to advise me not to go to this hotel. I was pretty pissed at Tony, however the girls were quite hot and it was an interesting conversation which ended in Tony closing his lady and getting her number.
That was an intriguing first night and I still had 2 more days and another night to hang out with this group of guys, many of whom who I had yet to meet. My journey to becoming Bojangles had begun.