Mystery's the Pick Up Artist aired on VH1 a few weeks ago. I caught a recent episode and wanted to share with you guys my predictions. What I liked: 1.
Mystery's Ridiculous Outifits. No one can peacock like mystery, hands down. And the shows budget really allows for some fancy stuff.
I dig it. Peacocking that hard is actually quite a challenge. Don't believe me? Go to your local lair and look at all the guys who try it and get it wrong. It's a trainwreck.
The Students. I love pick up students in general, they're always so eager to learn, share a common interest with me, and so grateful for the even the smallest amounts of improvement they make. Students are hands down the #1 reason why I do what I do. The Challenges.
Creative, fun and entertaining. Winner of one contest gets to walk around with a cute puppy in the next. Hillarious. What I didn't like: Mystery not knowing why some of his students fail. He's so attached to his structured method, he literally has blind spots as to why his students get blown out.
"Yeah he should have used a false time constraint". How about his lame body language, complete lack of masculine vibe and messed up compliance ratios? Using 4 year old, tired-out material, like "flossing before you brush etc." Come on, we stopped using that stuff 3 years ago for GOOD reason! LAME, non-sensual conversation that goes NOWHERE! Sure you'll get the girl to answer your question, but that's not always what I call PROGRESS. If you're going to have the guys memorizing routines, why not make them powerful, masculine and effective? J-Dog's hair. I don't think I need to go into this. Looks like the poor dude passed out on a park bench in the middle of a graffiti contest.
While there were certainly things about this show that bug the working pick up artist in me, I have to hand it to Mystery and VH1 for presenting the community in a good light to a mainstream audience. Out of the four dudes left, here's some predictions: Joe: I think this guy has got serious potential on the show. He's got the attitude down, but he's the type that will get a certain level of success and become complacent.
He'll get a girlfriend and develop his social circle and work off that. Not TRUE master pua material. I just don't see the kind of passion/drive that would carry him to Master PUAdom. He may do well on the show, however, just due to the lack of competition. Alvaro: This guy COULD become a master pua, but not in a few weeks, and not under Mystery's tuleage.
He's got that "inner flame" that drives him to excel at different things, but he's going to need to really work to get consistent, and kill his approach anxiety and fear. He's still got the brakes on. The minute he gets past that, his game will explode.
Brady: Tall, good looking, fast learner. He's chill, makes steady progress. His use of corny material, and constant second guessing of himself is what's holding himself back. If he just chills out and acts NORMAL he'll be on fire. Again though, like joe, will probably become complacent at a certain level.
Pradeep: Could become a master pua, but he's gotta seriously increase his sexuality. He's in the friend zone still. Doesn't matter if he got that chick's number on the show because that was FRIENDLY number close. He's interesting but. too interesting.
It's giving the woman something to be attracted to, but those things are too exterior to get that deep physical attraction that a pua needs to do fast pulls, sensual selection switching, multiple relationship stuff, etc. Overall, the show is super entertaining and I'll definitely be trying to catch another episode if I can.
Vin DiCarlo is a professional pick up artist trainer, who's highly controversial website may be found at http://www.vindicarlo.com