The Subtext of Texting
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The Girls Game
For the first time ever, The Girl's Game reveals the secrets of pick-up artists to women so they can spot players and get the men they really want. This landmark instructional series will teach women to be pick-up artists themselves via real footage of women's social interactions with men. Jeminah just got out of a 6-year relationship to find that the game has changed. She meets many men but is finding that nobody wants to talk on the phone anymore. Most guys seem to prefer texting, and Jeminah feels like they can't handle a real interaction. She's frustrated with texts that lead nowhere and with a growing feeling that she's stuck in the past. Now she's found an unusual savior: Mehow, a professional pick-up artist. As one of the leading figures in the men's dating scene, he's dedicated the past ten years of his life to teaching the art of seduction to terminally single men everywhere. This is a man who deeply knows the psychology of ‘the game’, and now he's revealing all his secrets to women. In this episode Mehow will explain exactly what it takes to hook any guy via text via real-time, actual text conversations. He'll show how to turn the average guy's boring texts into a fun, spontaneous, and romantic chat. He'll reveal what guys are thinking each step of the way - and how to stay one step ahead of them.
Corinne, a single mom and health coach, does not know how to meet guys because she doesn’t have time for bars or clubs. Luckily, Mehow finds the perfect solution for her—grocery stores! Will she pick up more than produce at the supermarket? Find out.
Former star of "The Bachelor" Jake Pavelka co-stars in this season finale. Danika is sick of dating "bad boys", even though she is wildly attracted to tattoos, muscles, and motorcycles. Mehow and Jake explain to her the deeper qualities of bad boys that women find attractive, and they show her how she can discover those same qualities in "good guys" by using a some special flirtation techniques. Danika practices these techniques on Jake, then goes out on hidden camera to find the bad boy in the good guys she meets.
Julia gets approached by the wrong guys all the time because she appears "sweet" and "nice". She is sick of the unwanted attention and wants to learn how to reject a guy to his face. Mehow teaches her a method that allows her to reject the wrong guys while still giving the right ones a chance. They then test Mehow's methods on guys in public and record with a hidden camera. Will Julia learn to get mean?
Denise wants to learn how to master sexy conversation so she can get guys wrapped around her finger. Mehow teaches her the do's and dont's of using sexual innuendo, then takes her out on hidden camera to practice seducing real guys. Things take an unexpected turn when Denise turns the sexiness up just a notch too high.
Millie is 5'11" and beautiful, and she loves wearing high heels. She thinks that her height intimidates guys, however. Mehow takes her out on hidden camera to talk to men, and he discovers that her real problem is not her height, but the way she acts about it. He then trains her to be less intimidating and sends her out to flirt again on hidden camera. Will Milly get past her own height issues to find her match?
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