Pua Glossary-core version

Stroppy, idle and insolent maids delivering your PUA Glossary

Getting a quick handle on some of the main terms can go a long way. I have intentionally just added the core of terms here, with some nice nuances included along the way for the blog weary. Some of these words exist in the outside world but may have a particular meaning in this context. There are a lot of Nerds out there in a special subculture who have developed their own language and have expanded this list vastly. They spend many hours driving their couches on forums arguing, trolling, re-phasing…  endlessly. This site is not about that. If you want to get a quick handle on things, proceed Sir or Madam.

AFC – Average Frustrated Chump.

AMOG – Alpha Male Of the Group.

AMOGed – Getting sand kicked in your face. Nice Infield example.

Bitch Tests – A.k.a. Shit Tests. This goes back to the ark and are very special. Your potential dates may brutally test your metal with insults, abuse, hostility but it is better than indifference. Examples – you are too old/young/short/bald etc etc You should be happy that they think enough of you to put you through the ringer, but like baby turtles trying to make it to sea many are finished at this point never to return. If they don’t see you as a prospect they probably wouldn’t bother.

Cold Approach – Going up to a stranger.

Daygame – As distinct from Nightgame. The practice of making approaches during the day with direct or indirect romantic intentions.

Direct Approach – Going up to someone and admitting a romantic interest.

Flaking – When a person doesn’t show up or cancels a date

Friend Zone – Being considered as a friend when you want to be a lover.

Indirect – Going up to someone and not admitting a romantic interest even though you do have one.

Infield – When someone is involved in a daygame related interaction in public.

I-O-I – Indicator of Interest. Eg : A smile, a look or even a blush.

Kino – Touching. On misnomer which is abbreviated from Kinaesthetic. The actual word means something different out of this context.

London Daygame Model – A significant method of cold approach which presumably came from London although it’s roots are very hazy. Top exponents of this method are Tom Torero and James Tusk.

Negging – Welcome to the dark side of game. Devalidating or giving mixed signals with the intention of hooking attention and encouraging the subject/victim to try to regain validation. The previous king of this dark art was Julien Blanc  before he went down the rabbit hole of cult leader. It could be a back handed compliment. Many practitioners re-frame this practice as teasing today which is a milder and less offensive form.

Nightgame – As distinct from Daygame. The practice of making approaches during the night with direct or indirect romantic intentions.

Number Close – Getting someone’s phone number, synonymous with sales terminology.

PUA – Pick Up Artist. A much despised role today.

Rapport – The sense of an understanding, an empathy close and harmonious between one or more people. For mages of mischief it can be like a glamour which he/she castes towards an absolute stranger. It like hitting the ground running and can be totally false unless you subscribe to the view the bonds between any human is great and every human is intimately bonded in some profound and transcendent way.

Stacking – Stacking is a method used after an introduction, at some point by comedians, salesmen and daygamers to move the conversation forward, to build some interest, fun or controversy. They don’t have to be correct to work and they help you stay in the game especially if you run out of things to say.

Vibing – A feeling or sense of a person. In this context someone might try to come across as fun, sexual, dangerous et cetera even before anything is said. See London Daygame Model – a lightening primer.

If you see her, please return her to me; I mislaid her in New York

If you want to expand your stacking repertoire buy my new book on Amazon – ‘The Little Black Book of European Stereotypes

Next Up : London Daygame – a lightening primer

Post Script : Just added this as an afterthought. I am trying to stay in the real world with this stuff but there is a massive subculture here. There are many words, phases and acronyms that are a long way from the mainstream. Thought I would drop a few links here for interest. What tickles me is that the cliques and subcultures are not talking to each other so much so the language is branching, like the Towers of Babel; well just a little.

Acronyms only. Handy if you are reading blogs about this stuff.

A very extensive glossary but no quality control. Some great entries, very encyclopedic but some make me cringe.

Published by Eric Fisher

Eric is a graduate of Environmental Science (Plymouth) BSc (Hons) and Technology (Cranfield) MSc. Author of : 'Compost Teas for the Organic Grower; (Permanent Publications) 'The Little Black Book of European Stereotypes; (Amazon) Ongoing Projects : 'Water Gardens for Beauty and Sustainability' and 'The Little Black Book of World Stereotypes'

4 thoughts on “Pua Glossary-core version

  1. I know the girl on the right top, she’s a right little bitch. I was working a real barista job with her and we were hot and bothered from our shift and in the storeroom having a sly fag, I just couldn’t help myself. I just brushed past her thigh and her barista shirt and felt her firms breasts as my arm slipped across her, accidental like. She blushed and I said sorry as and I gently reached out and made a little tug on her pierced earlobe. She said ‘what are you doing ?’ and that was my cue ‘I’m touching you the way your boyfriend does. I’ve seen what you do in the alley under the bridge you little slut’, she slapped me and then my hands were squeezing her bra-less nipples through her top. When my hand went lower she let out a sigh…

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