I Am A Blogger Stud

Four months ago I was in a haiku contest sponsored by the Washington City Paper. I lost the contest, surprisingly, and found it disappointing that my haikus were worthy of mention instead of my blog.

Well ladies and gentlemen, yesterday I finally got the recognition I deserve.

Presenting…. Blogger Stud Living in Dad’s Basement, Writing Second Book on How to Get Laid

:laugh: :laugh:

I talked to the writer on the phone last week and she was very interested in my basement living situation along with the fact that I don’t have a job. I fully expected her to rip me to shreds but the post was mostly pro-Roosh. Even the hater comments that followed were very tame.

One section I wanted to elaborate on:

Roosh V is following his bang-up book Bang (no subtitle by intention so that dudes can read it in coffee shops without everyone knowing they’re losers looking for advice on how to get laid)…

That was a unnecessary low blow to any guy trying to improve his lot with the ladies and shows you where the mainstream media stands on pick up (I’ve never seen a MSM article on pick up that was favorable to men). If she directly quoted me it would have went like this: “I made the cover very plain so a guy could read it in coffee shops and no one else would know he’s reading a book about getting laid.” It seems like the writer has a grudge against guys who like to bed tons of women.

Let me put it this way: what would happen to the American female gender if more men were empowered with choice instead of settling with frigid women who have no problems withholding sex to increase their power? For starters they’d be forced to learn how to please men instead of devoting large amounts of time into fashion, celebrity culture, and eating. We may see this in our lifetimes as desirable American males look increasingly abroad for wives who cannot comprehend this concept called “me time.”

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Thegrimytraveler
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Amen!

lance
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Roosh the Douche. At it again.

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“Blogger Stud” – kind of an oxymoron.

This is all very fascinating reading, but what are your results? How come we never see feedback from girls who you’ve banged?

I’m curious – how many different girls have you had sex with this year, and how many of them can you still call?

I’m not saying that this isn’t working for you — but I’m wondering if it works any better than just being a well-rounded human being with a personality.

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i agree with the first part of what you’re saying. i do think, however, that the objections to pick up come from our obsession with being ‘natural’. it makes sense from an evolutionary standpoint, but not when you think of all the effort that women go through to improve themselves physically, mentally, and emotionally.

i don’t think that most women have any problem with pleasing men, especially not if you pay them back in kind. i do, however, think it’s sad that a guy who doesn’t really ‘get it’ when it comes to interacting with women would be mocked and derided for trying a little ‘self-help’ of his own.

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The G Manifesto
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Congratulations.

Good press.

– MPM

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Stating the Obvious
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Maybe I’m reading it wrong, but the blog had the subtle air of detached hipster derision, despite the fact that a write for the City Paper shouldn’t be judging anyone.

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If all the women you meet devote most of their time to fashion, celebrity culture and the like, maybe you should find a new crowd.

Then again, if you’re looking for a quick lay who won’t call you back tomorrow, maybe chatting up educated and well-rounded women isn’t in your best interest. To each their own.

Matt Savage
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That’s some good publicity and certainly one of the more interesting titles I’ve seen, especially for a newspaper. Though the mainstream is still quick to cast unfounded judgment, I do think that more and more of the public is beginning to understand the whole pua philosophy.

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Jack Goes Forth
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That was a funny article. Clearly, whether people like it or not, your blog and your message is still very relevant.

You should hit the bars hard for the next few nights and soak in all of the newfound attention from City Paper readers.

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The media categorizes “pick up” as “self-help” so its held in the same regard, which is a sort of mild contempt. I mean people got laid before pick up came around and people continue to get laid without a copy of BANG to help them.

It seems like the writer has a grudge against guys who like to bed tons of women.

A great deal of game is derived from the observation of “alphas” and there is a lot of faking that does not sit well, not just with the writer but with a lot of people. Everybody want to feel they’re getting the genuine article and lets not forget in the mind of most, an alpha is by definition a high status individual, successful, socially intelligent, and more often than not attractive. These are not common traits, nor are they meant to be so reading about how you can “short cut” the system and indulge yourself in behavior that others may view as undeserved isn’t going to be accepted by the general population.

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I wish I knew some of those Cordobesas in the pic, so as to show them that they were featured in the DC City Paper… ha ha.

An Old Guy
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“Blogger Stud Living in Dad’s Basement, Writing Second Book on How to Get Laid”

Reads like an Onion.com headline…

Dracian
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A man is judged by the quality and quantities of enemies he has.

Rock on Roosh. Rock on.

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Kick a Bitch
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dude… you live in your parent’s basement? hmmmmmmmmm… are you bringing tasty snatch back to this dwelling?

forced to learn how to please men instead of devoting large amounts of time into fashion, celebrity culture, and eating.

Straight money…

Dick Goodnuts
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Keep stompin Roosh!

“You can’t knock the hustle” Jay-Z, 1996 Reasonable Doubt

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See Jesus, see Judas, see Caesar, see Brutus
See success is like suicide
Suicide is a suicide
If you succeed, prepare to be crucified”,

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So true.

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I was somewhat “against” game when I first found out about it and thought it was almost an “unfair” way to induce young women into relationships (or one nighters) that they would regret.

However, since Western Civilization has been usurped from within by feminazi-anti-masculine-marxiscatti………………..I now see it as a real grassroots response by the males out there, looking to even the playing field. Reading Roissy’s blog, this blog, and agnostic’s blog has changed my mind about “game” when played within the accepted rules (dont hit on married women, especially if they have children).

If its good for society and America, the media is almost guaranteed not to like it.

I just bought your book Roosh………….Ive got someone and wont be using it to get laid, but I think the products of your fine mind are worth reading. I consider it “real sociology”. Im glad you have found a way to get paid for the social research that you have done. I wish Roissy would consider writing a tome (doesn’t have to be about the seduction arts) of his own. The content on these blogs is too good for you guys not to get paid for.

A couple of my favorite bloggers (Steve Sailer in particular) should recieve more in monetary compensation for the magnificent content they produce.

Most of your detractors are either jealous or stupid. Secular men in particular (the church bunnies are practically mated together by their families, etc) need game to make it out there without being turned into hamburger by the current social climate.

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Not a fan of Banville’s repetitious use of “soul-sucking existence.” Having read Bang, the article seemed to miss a lot of the subtleties of both the book and the blog. Regardless, it’s publicity, right?

craig of travelvice.com
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Thought you’d enjoy this read:

More Sex Is Safer Sex: The Unconventional Wisdom of Economics

If you need it: http://www.bugmenot.com/view/www.nytimes.com

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Old Ben Kenobi
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I’m a super sex fag. My name is Roosh.

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That would be awesome if dude at Washington City Paper learned how to write an article. Or maybe he’s just a fourth grader who was there for career day.