Following on from Bojangles’ recent posts about the city that is Krakow, I thought I’d pop in and add some of my own musings. It’s been a while since I’ve blogged here, two years in fact. And, it had also been almost as long since I’d been on a daygame session – until a weekend in early February.
For some context, I wasn’t out with Bojangles as his student. We’ve been mates ‘online’ since early 2014, when I was in Wroclaw and he was in Croatia. However, we met for the first time face to face last summer. Now that I’m over here, and see him regularly, I consider him a good friend. Albeit one with vastly more knowledge and experience in the world of game than I. Therefore, a very valuable resource to tap into. Apart from a very brief period when I started out in 2013, I’d never really daygamed with a wing. So, I was curious as to how it would differ almost 4 years later. Especially considering this new wing was so experienced.
When he suggested, the Friday before when we were out drinking, that we should go out on a daygame session the following day – I was nervous but excited. It had been well over a year since I’d done it, plus I wanted to impress my friend. I’d had a few flings and mini-relationships back in my home town so I was rusty, and I’d been sidetracked by the ongoing culture war for the past year or so. Too much forum reading does not a Casanova make. Bojangles also said he was a bit nervous due to him not doing it for a while, so I suppose even with his amount of experience, that old Approach Anxiety (AA) never really dies.
Bojangles is the kind of friend that everybody knows – he’s the one who’ll push you out of your comfort zone for your own good. His no-bullshit way with words probably, in part, gave me the motivation to collect as many numbers as possible at a recent work event. It resulted in several decent contacts…and a shag in a toilet cubicle at 2am. So, cheers mate.
Anyway, enough with the fawning words of appreciation to lure in would-be bootcamp students.
The day of reckoning
I met Bojangles by the cash machine in the main mall. We grabbed a quick bite to eat to discuss daygame tactics. Once we entered the battlefield, the next 15 minutes or so consisted of us pointing out targets to one another only to find the almighty avoidance weasel making a regular occurrence.
I spotted a cute little thing in a blue coat, I told the weasel to fuck off and walked towards her to do the stop. Success. 19 years old and a wannabe vet (not the military kind). Animal comparisons ensued (cheers Krauser) and the number was taken. It wouldn’t be the last of the day either – as always, the high of a successful close lessens the AA bit by bit, and eventually you get into vibe state. Bojangles was constantly pushing me: “Teedub, that girl just checked you out”, “Mate, she’s horny. Look at the way she’s walking”, and it worked.
Bojangles was next, he approached a short haired (not SJW-length though, of course) 7. She was sexy. He was fairly animated at the beginning of the interaction. I could tell he was being playful and teasing. Before I knew it, he’d walked her off outside for a smoke. I watched keenly to spot cues that I would later observe in my own sets. I saw Bojangles do things I’d seen Krauser do in Daygame Overkill, and similar reactions from the girls. Leg’s crossed, pussy tingling, you get the idea. Number secured. Like with me – not the last of this particular daygame session. Yep, I’m aware I’m using the phrase “daygame session” a lot. But, gotta be mindful of SEO in this day and age. Or, maybe I’m a few years too late.
My key takeaways
Anyway, we met the next day for more fun, which was a Sunday and it wasn’t as fruitful. I came to the conclusion that Sunday isn’t the best time for a daygame session. At least not in this mall, in February. That said, it was still fun. And that’s the most important thing in my eyes.
From both personal experience and anecdotes from friends, I’ve concluded that Krakow’s main mall is harder on weekends. The girls are there to actually buy things, unlike weekdays when they’re there to dawdle around between lectures. Therefore, once the weather warms up I’m going to take a few days off the 9-5 to work both the mall and the areas around the main universities. No doubt with Bojangles in tow. Not to mention, I’m sure we’ll go on many night time shenanigans during the summer months with night game and gutter game (my favourite) galore.
Would you like to join us for one of our jolly outings, day or night? If so, be sure to contact Bojangles to arrange a bootcamp.