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No Models, Actresses, Bartenders, or Strippers

Jack Murphy Live Just The Tip

Best Tinder Opener Ever

Just the Tip is a series of shorter, more targeted posts on game, frame, and getting things done.  Check the main page for semi-monthly full-length features, and check back here for Just the Tip. 

Game is more than finding the right line at the right time.  Game is a lifestyle shift and frame of reference.  As I wrote in “Build a Better Life,” game is also scaffolding one uses to support the creation of our best selves.

It’s holistic self-improvement.

Yet once the basics are covered, that one perfect line can make a huge difference.

I am always running online game in the background.  No matter what happens in your life, no matter if you get married or have a long-term girlfriend, remember this: the game never ends

As such, I like to keep my skills sharp and dabble in passive online game even when I have no interest in pursuing new girls at the time.

It’s good to keep your options open.

I recently dusted off one of my all time most successful online dating profile tidbits and brought it back for a test run on Tinder. 

I first heard it back in the day from BravoPUA.  You can find his website: here.

My profile is built out with excellent pictures and few words. Pictures include scenes of me working shirtless in the yard, at the gym doing a muscle up, me in suits, and me doing some cool outdoor shit.  I can’t stress this enough: Pictures are the most important part.

The only text is brief and powerful:

“Please do NOT message me if you’re a model, aspiring actress, bartender, hair stylist or stripper – it NEVER works.”

A simple, yet sublimely effective line. In one master stroke several essential elements crucial to successful game have been established:

  • The target audience identified.
  • Challenge has been made.
  • My high value demonstrated.
  • Their fears alleviated.
  • The frame is set.

How could one line do all this, you wonder?

Invariably the types I listed reach out and ask my whyyyyyyyy?  “What is it about being a hair stylist/bartender/actress?” they ask.  Their curiosity and desire to prove themselves forces them to contact me first.

“They’re a lil’ crazy, mostly hot, and lots of fun.  Are you a lil’ crazy, mostly hot, and lots of fun?” I respond.  

And just like that, the target audience is identified and a challenge issued: Are you hot enough and fun enough to compete?

My Tinder line also alludes to the multiple times I’ve dated models or actresses (true).  It even alludes to my dissatisfaction with them.  If I not only date hot chicks like this, but I’m also willing to eschew them – I must be of high value.

Not only that, I ease their fears of ‘creepers and stalkers.’

Most guys can’t handle the stress of a hot girl who gets lots of attention.

I let them know right away, I’m the guy that’s “in the know.”  It sets them at ease and turns them on all at once.

This is especially important for these types because jealous male suitors are a major turn off to them.

Finally, the texts sets the tone for my expectations:  I am looking for a “kinda crazy, hot, fun” time which translates into “excellent sex.”  I’m also not looking for anything serious.  I’m too busy.

And like magic, one profile line and a couple of texts later, the frame is completely set.

Like I said above, pictures are the most important of your online profile, but a few great lines and a system will be a big help.  Now you guys have my all-time best opener and funnel for kinda crazy, mostly hot and always fun girls to appear passively in your inbox.  Use it, run with it, get laid with it!

Is it dumb to share this amazing opener?  I don’t care, I want you guys to have them.  If some girl calls me out on copying one of you guys later down the road, I’ll be proud.

And that, folks, is Just the Tip.

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For more info on how to use online game to the max – check out Bravo’s “Online Game 2.0”