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I did the high five drill on 10 girls twice. I did this a couple days ago first and then yesterday for the second part since I had to go out of town. I actually spent an hour an a half at least doing the first 10 which was really slow, but it was cold and snowing and everyone was bundled up so there were less people and everyone had their hands in their pocket. I'm surprised I hesitated so much doing this. I guess I just need to get a little more used to it. I did this a second time going down the street in vegas where it was much warmer and faster. I should be able to do this much faster next time.
Today I did the high five drill again. 10 girls twice but this time faster. I took the last couple days off since I was out of town and coming back to this felt pretty bad. I think I walked around for about 90 minutes before I got going. Then did the first 10 in under an hour and the second 10 in like 20 minutes. I could use some work on these. I don't feel super comfortable high fiving girls walking down a busy street in the middle of the day. The next drill though with girls standing around is much easier for me.
I did the drill where I high fived girls that were not moving. Most of these were girls sitting on a bench or at a bus stop. I had a hard time getting going with these. I was in a really bad mood after hearing from my last girl friend. I ended up walking around for a couple hours before deciding to take some phenibut and go to the gym. After the gym I walked around outside in the cold in my shorts and headphones and completed the drill really fast.
I went on a date that went ok, but the girl might be a bit too conservative for me. Then I went out with friends for a bit and was bouncing off the walls from the phenibut. I forgot how crazy that shit is. After my friends went home I went out alone to some bars and made friends with randoms. I ended up bringing 2 random girls home and partying with them all night haha.
I went out to do the ABC drill today and didn't end up talking to anyone. This is the first time I've felt like I had an issue doing the drill. It feels really unnatural and retarded to do, and extra weird because it's cold and snowing and super quiet outside. I feel live I've lost momentum taking a few days off, and I've been in a bad mood. I'm going to try this again tomorrow hopefully the weather is better.
This one was a tough one for me to get going on. I finally did the drill today after going out a couple times and getting stuck in my head. I went up to twelve girls and said my ABCs. I walked by a couple of girls before I actually did my first one. I stopped a girl walking the other way and sang the whole thing A-Z. It was kind of slow and she started trying to walk away then told me good job like I was a little kid and left. After that I just said the ABCs much quicker like in the example audio. I didn't bother doing the partial reps, I just did the whole thing every time. Once I've gotten started it's not any easier to only do part of it for me.
Most of the responses I got were a smile, a laugh, and a good job in a voice like I was a little kid. One girl seemed a bit afraid and I told her I was just being silly and she laughed and said cool. A couple of super hot girls were really friendly. One really hot girl stopped a second and kept walking again while I finished.
This was the first day that really pushed my comfort zone. It was really hard to get started, but once I got going it was too bad. I can see how doing this is helpful. I'm not 100% comfortable doing this still, especially in front of big groups. I may do this again in the future, but for now I feel like I need to get back to the conversational drills. It's been over a week since I've done any.
I have another date this week from online dating, and may get together with a couple of other girls including a hot girl I went out with last weekend.
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I had to change shirt to jacket because it's cold as shit out and no one can see my shirt. I wore a new leather jacket that looks pretty nice. I think I spent close to 2 hours doing this. Overall my responses were pretty positive. Most girls said it looked nice or they liked it. Only one said it was OK, she wasn't super friendly though. This drill was pretty easy after the ABC one yesterday, and I felt bored towards the end.
Most of the time I just do the full stack of the drill instead of partially doing it. Is there even any point to just saying part of it other than to warm up? I feel like once I get started I might as well go all the way through with it. Asking for the time is getting old too.
I have an okcupid date tonight, hopefully it goes well.
The date I went on went well. I could definitely date this girl for a while. I'm not getting my hopes up too much though. I definitely want to continue this program even if I'm dating someone so I have more freedom and feel like I have options all the time.
I did day 21 early since I won't have a chance to go out alone this weekend. I walked through a couple of crowded bars on a Thursday night pretty late. They were fairly packed. I squeezed about 12 girls arms in 30 minutes or so. I don't think I've actually done that before. It feels weird to grab a girls arm and not say anything. I might do this again when I'm out with friends the next couple weekends.
I really don't mind going out alone. I've been out alone a lot in the past if there was something like a show I wanted to go to or I was just bored. Being sober is a bit different, because I'm surrounded by drunk people and don't really have the energy they do. I've usually gone out alone and drank. There were also people being arrested at both of these places, which gave me some anxiety.
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I spent a couple hours walking around outside doing this drill in the middle of the day. The hardest part of this was definitely saying "hey how's it going?". It doesn't work nearly as well as asking for the time to stop girls. I do a lot of these drills are girls walking by me. Most of them kept on moving until I asked if they knew where a hair salon was and then usually stopped. All the resistance I feel towards doing this is in the initial approach. Like on the other days, I don't feel like it's any harder to continue talking and do the full drill once I've gotten going.
I feel like the best responses I got were actually from the most attractive girls. I don't know if that was just luck or the less attractive ones weren't used to being approached by a guy they don't know. I also I asked a couple girls who were standing outside smoking, and it turned out they were standing in front of a salon that they worked in. One girl definitely seemed like she was interested in me. I felt like I wanted to talk to her more and get her number, but I didn't because I'm doing drills.
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