Guest post coda: SNL Freak Out

Readers, a follow up to DrunkenBaker’s first guest post:


POST by DrunkenBaker

Well, it was inevitable really, and totally within the boundaries of what has been written about how Game works.

This woman was wild during the evening we spent together – practically forcing me to have have sex when I would have been content with just making out.  She sent me a few texts after our evening: did you get to work alright, I have a hangover… that kind of thing.  After I got home from work thought I’d give her a phonecall so that she didn’t think she had been used but she didn’t answer.

Fast forward to yesterday evening and I suddenly get a text out of the blue saying how “freaked out” she is because she normally doesn’t behave in the way she did, but is equally freaked out and “has a moral dilemma” about not replying to me because she doesn’t want to appear rude.  She then goes on to say how uncomfortable she feels with the whole situation that she has “brought upon herself” and doesn’t feel she can meet me again.

Post-match analysis: Her reaction shows that it was definitely game that got her into a SNL as it raised her emotion and allowed her to behave outside her self-imposed accepted norm.  However, this leads to freaking out as they become afraid of where their emotions lead them and they have to distance themselves so that it doesn’t happen again.  As Bhoddi said in his text to me: “They’re so pathetic they deserve to be gamed.”

Onto the next one then!


[Bhodisatta says..] Wow. I’ve reframed this into ‘god your game must have been tight’ to force a girl out of her norm like that. Mystery would probably say not enough Comfort was built to ensure post-sex continuation, and I think he’d probably be right. Women are strange creatures… you execute the incredibly, unbelievably difficult task of getting one to SNL and then what happens…. they haven’t felt enough comfort so they feel slutty and a loss of power so they respond by cutting it dead. She is cutting off her nose to spite her face. She can’t cope with what she did so how does she respond? Deep thought and analysis? Self acceptance? Deciding that the double-standard is bollocks and she is a modern, liberated woman and can do what she wants? Nope. Cut the guy dead. No guy: no problem. Pathetic. To me anyone that gets to 29 (the SNL’s age) and acts like this is pretty sad really, like a child. Grow the F up. They deserve to be gamed.

Any reader perspectives on the outcome would be appreciated as well.

6 responses to “Guest post coda: SNL Freak Out”

  1. Lmao. Girls are retarded. They’re not worth the effort to try to figure them out.

    Just fuck them and move on.

    1. Ha ha! Excellent. Yes here’s us being nerds and trying to deconstruct a woman… If she’s a retard why waste the brain power. Fuck ’em!

  2. This is why you have to protect yourself against STDs and false rape claims. If this girl had been just a little crazier she’d be calling the cops so she feels like less of a slut – Jack Tweedy style.

  3. Come on. When you make a girl behave outside of her comfort zone of course you’re going to activate cognitive dissonance. She has to choose between the idea of how she’s always acted and how she acted one night. How she’s always acted will win. Also if she’s feeling like a slut, yes that’s her fault, but more comfort was needed. You pressed her buttons, got her all steamed off, but in the end you didn’t clean her up.

    1. god a girl read my blog. euw. weird. anyway see recent posts for update.

  4. […] My pal DrunkenBaker had a SNL a few weeks ago and she got buyers remorse afterwards and couldn’t handle it and declined further contact with him. […]

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