(05-02-2012 02:47 PM)Chaos Wrote: Am I the only one here that LOVES the concept and word of GAME?
For me GAME is just the perfect metaphor... it invokes feelings of playfulness, fun, having her bait the hook and you biting on her "shit tests" ... and all while the both of you know exactly what's going on with a little touch of uncertainty about the final results or where it's really going. I find the word to be a PERFECT definition for dating.
I don't like the metaphor that much. Maybe because I'm just bad at "game". I do like teasing and messing around and making her qualify herself and such. But my friends love the game playing, teasing, push-pull, jumping through hoops, basically battling to get her. In essence: indirect communication, where you both know you want each other but it's never said, and she's playing hard to get all the time. I don't like that.
Personally, I love honest girls that I connect with and we don't play many games. There is flirting, teasing and so on, but the emphasis is more on getting to know each other and there's a natural sexual attraction and a growing emotional connection (sharing real stuff about yourselves).
Maybe it's a preference thing, or maybe I still have much to learn. But with my current beliefs and behavior, I do attract girls who are very honest and direct as well, who don't play games and who I have fun relationships with.