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David Tian: Boom! Stop. In Episode 141 of Man Up, I answer the question of: How do you steal a girl from your boyfriend?
Masculinity for the intelligent man. I’m David Tian, Ph.D. and this is Man Up!
Hey! This is David Tian, Ph.D. and for over the past ten years, I’ve been helping hundreds of thousands of people in over 87 countries attain happiness and fulfillment in life and love, through the application of ancient wisdom and cutting-edge research. And welcome to Episode 141 of Man Up: Masculinity for the Intelligent Man. I’m here in Beijing, and I have a question from the private Man Up Facebook group. This one comes from Dennis.
Dennis asks, “Two weeks ago, I was queuing at Starbucks and I saw this gorgeous girl standing there waiting for her coffee. We made eye contact and we laughed. I was thinking how to approach her, but I didn’t man up and she left. A week later, and I saw her and approached her using the dramatic direct opener. She told me things, but she also told me that she had a boyfriend. She then showed me a picture of her boyfriend, but that seemed a little weird to me since I didn’t request.”
Okay, as a side, the reason she’s showing him that is so that – she’s telling him, “This isn’t a bullshit reason or an excuse. I really do have a boyfriend.” “Then she told me we could be friends and asked for my friend, and we chatted a little. She was really nice to me. I haven’t seen her until today. I was sitting with a friend of mine, and then I sensed that someone was looking at me. I turned and it was her, and she quickly turned the other way. I don’t really know what this could mean. Some advice would be nice, thanks.”
Okay, Dennis. It’s pretty obvious, the answer to your question is she likes you. And a bunch of the other guys in the group also pointed that out. I pointed that out, so that’s not the reason why I’m making this video. That is pretty fucking obvious. You’re a beginner, so you don’t know this. You don’t understand psychology, but now you’re learning. That one’s pretty obvious.
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