Nine Ball: Confessions of an Angst-Ridden Maniac Who Decided to Get Laid or Die Trying

Nine Ball Confessions of an Angst Ridden Maniac Who Decided to Get Laid or Die Trying In the beginning there were field reports Before there were any books by Neil Strauss or Mystery before there were pickup boot camps or DVD box sets pickup existed as a loosely knit community on In

  • Title: Nine Ball: Confessions of an Angst-Ridden Maniac Who Decided to Get Laid or Die Trying
  • Author: JeffAllen
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  • Page: 344
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  • Nine Ball: Confessions of an Angst-Ridden Maniac Who Decided to Get Laid or Die Trying

    In the beginning, there were field reports.Before there were any books by Neil Strauss or Mystery, before there were pickup boot camps or DVD box sets, pickup existed as a loosely knit community on Internet bulletin boards There, would be players shared their field reports, strategies, and results They compared notes, exchanged critiques, and figured out a body of knowIn the beginning, there were field reports.Before there were any books by Neil Strauss or Mystery, before there were pickup boot camps or DVD box sets, pickup existed as a loosely knit community on Internet bulletin boards There, would be players shared their field reports, strategies, and results They compared notes, exchanged critiques, and figured out a body of knowledge that defied everything men had ever been told about getting women what has since come to be known as game The undisputed king of the field report was a player named jlaix This was the handle of Jeff Allen, who would go on to be a founding member of Real Social Dynamics with Tyler Durden and Papa, all of whom play major roles in Neil Strauss s The Game, the bestselling expose of the world of pickup artists In an arena founded on one upmanship, Jeff Allen did it bigger and better than anyone Get Laid or Die Trying presents in utterly shameless, hilarious, and graphic detail, Jeffy s gritty, 100 percent real, and jaw droppingly astonishing feats of seduction, revealing exactly how one goes about Attracting the girl you want by sleeping with all of her friends Getting into the pants of the hottest girl at the party a total stranger in less than thirty minutes Deflecting last minute resistance with a single word Pulling a chick who is surrounded by ten jealous guys Cutting out enormous dudes that could easily pound you to a fine red mist Getting threesomes as your default extraction Having a stable so big you have to trim it down, and other quality problems Convincing a girl you just met that before you fuck her, she must mow your lawn Jeff s tactics produce superhuman results, yet he doesn t do anything you couldn t do now that you ve seen it done The worst part You could have been doing this your whole life.

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    One thought on “Nine Ball: Confessions of an Angst-Ridden Maniac Who Decided to Get Laid or Die Trying

    1. JustinBruystens

      Enjoyed it way more than I thought I would. Got it for free after attending a freetour by him and then a hotseat. The book was great, I'd recommend it to anyone really

    2. Karim Zane

      Not bad at all,it's basically an autobiography of Jeffy Allen a deeply emotionally frustrated kid which tried to run away from his emotions by turning into Jlaix a douche bag pickup artist who has no identity other than fucking girls and swimming in drama so as to become emotionless and never have to go through pain again, this keeps going forever and it's utterly frustrating cause he basically talks about every girl he fucked in detail which I wasn't really interested even taugh I wanted to lea [...]

    3. Franklin Ambrosino

      I suppose this book isn't for everybody, but I personally enjoyed it. I'm actually reading it for a second time now and Allen writes with a crude poise and humor comparable to a Bret Easton Ellis novel.I can see how you can take this book at face value and say "This is a book about some douche bag who has nothing better to do than bang chicks," but you sort of need to pull back and actually finish the book before you can make such grandiose assumptions.When we meet Jeff, he's at his lowest point [...]

    4. Theda

      OMG, what a waste of time, money, paper, ink and for sure a lot of other things too.I won this book and I wanted it because I really liked the title and considering the title I thought it could be very funny. I had no idea how wrong I was. This is really one of the worst books I ever read. If you are looking for entertainment put some dishwasher in the bathtub and make some bubbles. Don't read this book and I am saying this because I can't think of anyone who would waste their time reading about [...]

    5. Benny Bastard

      I really liked this book, and its earlier incarnation called 9Ball (which has an extra section at the beginning - which is probably quite interesting for fans of the author). This book is written by Jeffy/Jlaix who`s a pickup coach for Real Social Dynamics - you can see his videos on Youtube. He`s both nuts and hilarious, and both dominant features of his personality come out in this book. The book is largely a collection of "field reports" - stories about his pickups and seductions. You may hav [...]

    6. P. Ungar-Linssen

      Funny, entertaining, and realWhat started out as some mental madthrbation with a little bit of advice on pickup sprinkled in turned into a real examination of happiness, fulfillment, and what it means to be an American. Patriotic, with vulgarity occurring on Brobdingnagian proportions. An examination of the American dream and what it means to be a white, cis-gendered, male in today's increasingly tolerant world. It was a travel through time from nowhere to everywhere, with somewhere inbetween. I [...]

    7. Kevin Connery

      The author spins a good yarn. In the first few pages, we discover he’s an abusive, obnoxious, belligerent individual who gets more belligerent when drunk or high. In the next 100 pages, he turns into a highly arrogant and manipulative individual, while demonstrating that he drinks too much and does a lot of drugs, both of which exacerbate his pattern of abusive and obnoxious behavior. Perhaps he changes in the second half, but after ~150 pages of this, I couldn’t continue: the only changes w [...]

    8. Amy

      I am reading this on iBooks, and bought it out of pure curiosity. Over the years I have bought and read numerous books written by men, about men, in order to figure out what goes on inside the male brain. This one has me both realizing new things, but also scaring the living s$!& outta me. Whoahif this is the male response (albeit an extreme one) to a broken heart, watch out all single women! The book ends on an optimistic note, but overall I am still grappling with the concepts with the pri [...]

    9. Ron Santos

      Repulsively entertaining, Jeff's own precautionary tale to would-be angst driven frustrated chaps delivers organic drama and comedy. Plateau'd at most parts, the sheer combination of obnoxious writing, the stunts he pulls off and the redemption is enough to keep you guessing.Like Jack Ass on midget porn, this is not for the masses.

    10. Douglas Mackenzie

      what a waste of money! sold via RSD's online website for an extortionate amount of cash, i was hoping and expecting something inspiring like Neil Strauss' 'The Game' but what i got was a Jeff Allen's misogynistic journey from horrible scumbag to laid horrible scumbag didnt inspire me at all, in fact revolted me and put me off RSD and nightgame in general.

    11. Peter Rojas

      This dude has balls to write about what he did! Overall, it was a good read. He was a total douche bag towards people especially women which for some reason women liked it. But towards the end of the book he realized how pathetic he was and transformed into someone cool.

    12. Martin Velinský

      First 50 pages are awesome, then comes lots of boring field reports. But when i got to chapter 8, I was happy again i am reading the book. I guess it's the most emotional part, and really reveals how's jeffy got to the point where he is now.

    13. Matthew Egan

      This book reads like a frat party on steroids, ecstasy and Viagra for the first 150 pages, then becomes a coming-of-age story. Please read it to the end, as it really turns into a completely different, amazing book by the end.

    14. Dvir Oren

      Great stories, really enjoyed reading it and also the transformation he goes through is awesome to read about.Jeffy is an inspiration!

    15. Tyler

      This guy is a good writer, but other than sticking the toe into the water of his inner emotional journey at the beginning and end of the book, most of it reads like his personal blog.

    16. Greg

      Better than "The Game", but not as funny as "I Hope they Serve Beer in Hell." It was an entertaining read and I really liked the author's introspection at the end of the book.

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