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Old 10-04-07, 10:11 AM
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Having trouble getting lucky?

Visit the Don Juan forums. I still can't believe there is a forum like this and a whole bunch of desperate saps posting on it.
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Old 10-04-07, 10:24 AM
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Originally Posted by Portis View Post
Visit the Don Juan forums. I still can't believe there is a forum like this and a whole bunch of desperate saps posting on it.
Umm... have you seen the show "Pick-Up Artist", hosted by some foofy club guy dressed like he's heading out to Burning Man? The existence of the Don Juan forum doesn't surprise me at all. I'd bet that a lot of the people posting there own foofy Burning Man guy's books on how to pick up chicks.
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Originally Posted by CliftonGK1 View Post
Umm... have you seen the show "Pick-Up Artist", hosted by some foofy club guy dressed like he's heading out to Burning Man? The existence of the Don Juan forum doesn't surprise me at all. I'd bet that a lot of the people posting there own foofy Burning Man guy's books on how to pick up chicks.
Did you know for a Private one on one Training from Mystery it cost $10,000.00

10 G's !!!!!!!!!

The guy is smart.
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whoah!!!!!!!!!!
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Originally Posted by Portis View Post
Visit the Don Juan forums. I still can't believe there is a forum like this and a whole bunch of desperate saps posting on it.
how did YOU find this??????
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Originally Posted by trsidn View Post
how did YOU find this??????
Yes, what spurred you on to find this?
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Yes, what spurred you on to find this?
Looking for a picture of Don Juan to go with my theme for the day. But God knows I could use the help if and when my wife suggests i start dating again.
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Old 10-04-07, 10:42 AM
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Originally Posted by Dwighty83 View Post
Did you know for a Private one on one Training from Mystery it cost $10,000.00

10 G's !!!!!!!!!

The guy is smart.
He, or his PR crew and accountants, are shrewd businessmen. They know of an easily exploitable market, and they've chosen to take that exploitation to new heights. Smart? Mmmmmaybe. He's good at reading people, but so are most con-artists. He's smart in the sense that any confidence artist is smart. He's got the armchair psychologist understanding of behaviour and is able to convince a group of people with low self esteem and poor social skills that he's the smartest man in the world and that for a fee, he can teach them everything he knows.
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He, or his PR crew and accountants, are shrewd businessmen. They know of an easily exploitable market, and they've chosen to take that exploitation to new heights. Smart? Mmmmmaybe. He's good at reading people, but so are most con-artists. He's smart in the sense that any confidence artist is smart. He's got the armchair psychologist understanding of behaviour and is able to convince a group of people with low self esteem and poor social skills that he's the smartest man in the world and that for a fee, he can teach them everything he knows.
contact info?
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Phobias are for irrational fears. Fear of junk ripping badgers is perfectly rational. Those things are nasty.
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Originally Posted by jsharr View Post
contact info?
Could be tough to find. There's probably a lot of people with just one name: "Mystery" in the L.A. phonebook.
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Originally Posted by CliftonGK1 View Post
Could be tough to find. There's probably a lot of people with just one name: "Mystery" in the L.A. phonebook.
They are strippers, though.
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Originally Posted by CliftonGK1 View Post
Could be tough to find. There's probably a lot of people with just one name: "Mystery" in the L.A. phonebook.
your telling me, I tried to google and narrowed it down to this
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Originally Posted by jsharr View Post
your telling me, I tried to google and narrowed it down to this:
Yeah, take any one of those outfits, cover it in really shaggy mohair and add an oversized fuzzy mohair top hat. That's him alright.
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The village people? I knew it.
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Weird...but strangely interesting.
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Whatever happened to djslvt?
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AskMen.com is worse. But it's also 10000% funnier.
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Whatever happened to djslvt?
Village people got to him.
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There's a guy here on BF that is/was a regular on that forum and others like it. I think is name is something like "djslt" or some other nonsense.
He got called out on here once and some other poster dug up the dirt on him from that forum, the thread was quite funny.
BRB, gonna try and find it.

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Found it!
http://www.bikeforums.net/showthread.php?t=306008

One of the funniest threads I had read on here in a long long time.
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Yes, and then he created a sock puppet a couple of months after he was banned. The moron didn't even bother to change his writing style, so of course he was quickly found out.
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reading that almost hurt my brain. (Well if i had one)
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That Don Juan forum is pitiful. Are folks THAT desperate for women that there is a whole community of saps?


Men...STAND UP.
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Originally Posted by Serendipper View Post
That Don Juan forum is pitiful. Are folks THAT desperate for women that there is a whole community of saps?


Men...STAND UP.
I believe yoiu meant to say "Men...STAND UP WHEN YOU PEE"
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