The YOLO Thread, Working a Job Strictly For Fun And For Meeting Cuties
#41
(05-26-2021, 01:57 PM)Brodiaga Wrote: ^the girls that you banged, did you meet any of them at work or through work social circles?

If you just did nothing and swiped on tinder during the day and hit the bars and clubs at night, do you think you would meet higher quality girls vs meeting them as a teacher?

I only met a few girls through work and work social circles. I was teaching at a high school though, so it's not like I had the option to bang students like I would have in a language centre or university. 

This was before tinder had become big. I did bang dozens of girls I met online from sites like Thai Friendly, Badoo and Couchsurfing. I also slept with a fair few from day game and nightlife.

I think the quality would have been similar, as the hottest few girls I slept with weren't far off the most attractive girls I saw in the city I was in. If I didn't have to work then I could have definitely banged more girls like that though, as I could have hit the clubs whenever I wanted and gone more often to places like unis to do some approaches. 

Having said that, the fact I was a teacher rather just a backpacker helped with some of the more conservative girls I slept with. I found that English Teachers were generally quite well respected in this city too.
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#42
(05-26-2021, 06:19 PM)longships Wrote:
(05-26-2021, 11:49 AM)International Libertine Wrote: Why would anybody who is young and financially free want to work as a waiter? haha

I actually taught English in Thailand once for less than a year. Yes, the lifestyle was quite laid-back (apart from having to get up early) and I easily slept with a huge number of girls. However, I obviously would have had more fun if I didn't have to work at all. 

If a guy is young, rich and has game then working will just get in the way of him having fun - unless it's something like giving yoga lessons to hot girls once a week, surf lessons or leading a hostel bar crawl.

How'd you meet the girls, IL?  Teaching English can serve as a nice cover, I think, plus it's a social good, too.

Do you think not teaching English, foregoing that experience, would have been more fun?  

I do think there's something to be said for the experience itself, feeling good about helping the kiddos learn, things like that.  Keeps you centered, versus going the strict debauchery route.

That's one of the reasons the bartender/waiter route doesn't call to me as much, it's somewhat a waste of time.  Teaching English though is actually a cool thing to do.

Yes it was a good experience, I had fun and got to see what it's like to work in a different country. It makes you more part of the community you're in and allows you to learn more about the culture. 

To be honest looking back now it was one of the easiest working periods of my life. I didn't have to be in the office for long between lessons so I often took 2 hours for lunch, and on days my lessons finished early I would leave by 2.30pm. I rented a scooter from another teacher and lived in a condo right in the centre too, so I could be back home in minutes. When I met up with girls they often came straight to my condo, or I would meet them at a place I could ride back from in a few minutes. 

There is also so much to see around there: within 30 minutes I could be at waterfalls, caves, mountains and huge temples. Some of my best memories are just of cruising around the countryside with no destination in mind and no smart phone. Then there is the food...


Yes, I certainly enjoyed it.
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#43
(05-28-2021, 09:37 AM)zatara Wrote:
(05-27-2021, 02:39 PM)longships Wrote: Again, no one's talking about living in the vast majority of the world, we're talking specifically about the countries where being an English teacher is conducive to a nice dating life, and an interesting experience as well.

I get it, you have a low opinion of certain English teachers or you're trying to discourage folks from joining the field in order to have fun and date cuties, that's fine, but for girls in certain countries being a foreign English teacher is a plus and that's what matters in this case.

You and I and almost every other man on this planet have invested a shit load of time and energy into what are basically fake careers in order to meet women.  Even our "main" careers can fall under this umbrella as the end result is the same, we're doing it in large part to meet women or to deal with the consequences of having met women (children), if you're a healthy man anyhow.

The male drive for women, and the results of this (children), creates and maintains the entire world.  In a way, most lives, in retrospect, are a "terrible" use of time.  

I've nothing against English teachers at all. I've had multiple friends do it in the UAE, in Thailand, in South Korea and in Spain so I'm well aware of the ins and outs of it. And I've partied with plenty while living in an expat heavy location myself. Its a great way for someone in their mid 20s to take a career break and live long term in a country they wouldn't otherwise be able to do so for financial reasons. I'd recommend it to anyone for that.

But its also very much a low effort, low social status, mostly low wage job. Trying to claim its incredibly high social value, or that its worth someone doing "for dating opportunities" if they've already got unlimited location independent income, are both nonsense. Or show that you've spent no time abroad. Anyone whos spent time in countries where English language teachers exist, and has spent time socializing with them, will tell you that.

You can speak for your own career there, "almost every man on the planet" most definitely does not work in a fake career in order to meet women. Men with good careers do not do their jobs to meet women. They do them for the income, for the status, or for the intellectual challenge. Or all three.

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#44
(05-28-2021, 01:39 PM)International Libertine Wrote:
(05-26-2021, 06:19 PM)longships Wrote:
(05-26-2021, 11:49 AM)International Libertine Wrote: Why would anybody who is young and financially free want to work as a waiter? haha

I actually taught English in Thailand once for less than a year. Yes, the lifestyle was quite laid-back (apart from having to get up early) and I easily slept with a huge number of girls. However, I obviously would have had more fun if I didn't have to work at all. 

If a guy is young, rich and has game then working will just get in the way of him having fun - unless it's something like giving yoga lessons to hot girls once a week, surf lessons or leading a hostel bar crawl.

How'd you meet the girls, IL?  Teaching English can serve as a nice cover, I think, plus it's a social good, too.

Do you think not teaching English, foregoing that experience, would have been more fun?  

I do think there's something to be said for the experience itself, feeling good about helping the kiddos learn, things like that.  Keeps you centered, versus going the strict debauchery route.

That's one of the reasons the bartender/waiter route doesn't call to me as much, it's somewhat a waste of time.  Teaching English though is actually a cool thing to do.

Yes it was a good experience, I had fun and got to see what it's like to work in a different country. It makes you more part of the community you're in and allows you to learn more about the culture. 

To be honest looking back now it was one of the easiest working periods of my life. I didn't have to be in the office for long between lessons so I often took 2 hours for lunch, and on days my lessons finished early I would leave by 2.30pm. I rented a scooter from another teacher and lived in a condo right in the centre too, so I could be back home in minutes. When I met up with girls they often came straight to my condo, or I would meet them at a place I could ride back from in a few minutes. 

There is also so much to see around there: within 30 minutes I could be at waterfalls, caves, mountains and huge temples. Some of my best memories are just of cruising around the countryside with no destination in mind and no smart phone. Then there is the food...


Yes, I certainly enjoyed it.

That sounds awesome...
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#45
(05-28-2021, 12:50 PM)International Libertine Wrote:
(05-26-2021, 01:57 PM)Brodiaga Wrote: ^the girls that you banged, did you meet any of them at work or through work social circles?

If you just did nothing and swiped on tinder during the day and hit the bars and clubs at night, do you think you would meet higher quality girls vs meeting them as a teacher?

I only met a few girls through work and work social circles. I was teaching at a high school though, so it's not like I had the option to bang students like I would have in a language centre or university. 

This was before tinder had become big. I did bang dozens of girls I met online from sites like Thai Friendly, Badoo and Couchsurfing. I also slept with a fair few from day game and nightlife.

I think the quality would have been similar, as the hottest few girls I slept with weren't far off the most attractive girls I saw in the city I was in. If I didn't have to work then I could have definitely banged more girls like that though, as I could have hit the clubs whenever I wanted and gone more often to places like unis to do some approaches. 

Having said that, the fact I was a teacher rather just a backpacker helped with some of the more conservative girls I slept with. I found that English Teachers were generally quite well respected in this city too.

Good insight, man, thank you.
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#46
(05-28-2021, 09:37 AM)zatara Wrote:
(05-27-2021, 02:39 PM)longships Wrote: Again, no one's talking about living in the vast majority of the world, we're talking specifically about the countries where being an English teacher is conducive to a nice dating life, and an interesting experience as well.

I get it, you have a low opinion of certain English teachers or you're trying to discourage folks from joining the field in order to have fun and date cuties, that's fine, but for girls in certain countries being a foreign English teacher is a plus and that's what matters in this case.

You and I and almost every other man on this planet have invested a shit load of time and energy into what are basically fake careers in order to meet women.  Even our "main" careers can fall under this umbrella as the end result is the same, we're doing it in large part to meet women or to deal with the consequences of having met women (children), if you're a healthy man anyhow.

The male drive for women, and the results of this (children), creates and maintains the entire world.  In a way, most lives, in retrospect, are a "terrible" use of time.  

I've nothing against English teachers at all. I've had multiple friends do it in the UAE, in Thailand, in South Korea and in Spain so I'm well aware of the ins and outs of it. And I've partied with plenty while living in an expat heavy location myself. Its a great way for someone in their mid 20s to take a career break and live long term in a country they wouldn't otherwise be able to do so for financial reasons. I'd recommend it to anyone for that.

But its also very much a low effort, low social status, mostly low wage job. Trying to claim its incredibly high social value, or that its worth someone doing "for dating opportunities" if they've already got unlimited location independent income, are both nonsense. Or show that you've spent no time abroad. Anyone whos spent time in countries where English language teachers exist, and has spent time socializing with them, will tell you that.

You can speak for your own career there, "almost every man on the planet" most definitely does not work in a fake career in order to meet women. Men with good careers do not do their jobs to meet women. They do them for the income, for the status, or for the intellectual challenge. Or all three.

Must not have read my posts at all I guess where all this is touched upon, most importantly multiple times clearing up the misconception in the OP now.
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#47
(05-26-2021, 11:47 PM)Shimmy Wrote: It doesn't take $ to be high status abroad.  Some girls might think being an english teacher is ok but for those girls there's just as many negative views.  In Vietnam the girls with often screen you with questions like "Are you an English teacher?  Are you staying in a hostel?"

Agreed.  I know a guy who just traveled to a medium size city, did some online pipelining, and is banging girls from the country who think he's a baller because he has a hotel room, lo.
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#48
I think this topic deserves more attention. Dudes lack more on lifestyle than anything and I find it to be a pain to think that I will be in my 40s mass spam approaching women. The trick is having something you genuinely like and want to do but also one that helps you be attractive to women, or else guys would play videogames and say it is being true to themselves.

Most guys do not pay any mind to this to their detriment and set themselves up on a course wherein old age, they are not going to have a lifestyle that gives them access to women. Then they will grow bitter and angry, becoming more reclusive as a result. This is by far the most under-discussed topic when it comes to game.

The only thing that comes to my mind is nightlife work. Looking around though, I feel like people who work at bars and nightclubs do it because they have to or because they are abnormally young (under 25) trying to get the party demon out of them. I cannot think of any case where some rich guy in his 30s said fuck it and decided to work at a nightclub or bartend at the hotspot in town. It was the go-to job in college for getting laid.

Outside of nightlife, I cannot think of any jobs where you have the access to a lifestyle that grants you hot women. The only one that might come close is model photographer but even that is pushing it, must be almost impossible to get into. 

Maybe porn director or being involved with a porn company can come close as well but you're practically fishing for escorts there then and it is not really a job.

The answer is OP, it's slim pickings for jobs that grant you those kinds of perks of being around a lot of hot girls.
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#49
You should be the one running the club nights, organizing the guest DJs, signing the bands to the label etc. That will already get you mad pussy.
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#50
There's plenty of jobs where you have access/proximity, it's just that it's not seen as acceptable to take advantage of it the way it is in a bar.

Things like a college lecturer or a large accounting/consulting/law firm where you've got fresh grads coming through the door.

I've been in corporate for most of my career and while it's not a great idea to constantly be fishing off the company peer, it's fine to launch a boat from it every other Friday drinks.
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#51
I tell the taxi drivers that im an english teacher if they ask me what i do here. That way they know im not a tourist and also i dont have a lot of money to rob.

Wheb I tell girls I teach english, I do it like
"I teach english some on the side, mostly with my friends"
"Do you speak english"
Then whatever she says reply with "I can teach/practice with you sometime. Would you like that?" And get the #

To answer OP, I think the a job would get you out and about and in the vecinity of girls. Take public transit every day and hit on girls that are on the bus/station. I think any job would work for that really
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#52
While i think taking a job just to be around girls is a bit goofy, taking a job to support a lifestyle you want is legit. What you do with the life your work affords you is what will make you attractive. Worth considering for anyone who doesn't have the burning desire to achieve success in a certain field.
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#53
(06-02-2021, 11:15 PM)Wintermute Wrote: While i think taking a job just to be around girls is a bit goofy, taking a job to support a lifestyle you want is legit. What you do with the life your work affords you is what will make you attractive. Worth considering for anyone who doesn't have the burning desire to achieve success in a certain field.

Yeah careerism is weird, definitely not for everyone.
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#54
Being driven in your career is awesome and I envy people who are thoroughly dedicated to a line of work. The type of people who want to be recognised physicians, researchers, engineers or something like this. Being employed at ABC corp doing XYZ is usually a job, not a career. Nothing wrong with that but I think a lot of people think they have a career when they really have a job.
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#55
What people continue to miss about the perks of certain jobs is that you have the access but also the status which makes it easier to get laid. Your whole situation is tailor-made for you to have fun and create the atmosphere meant for you to get laid, a lot. What irks is that so many men lie to themselves about what they want so they can rationalize not living their dream life when it comes to women. People casually throw out not putting pussy on the pedestal but the hard fact is that anything sustainable that yields great effort takes a lot of sacrifices and work on the front end.

Getting laid is no different.

Guys just wanna have their cake and eat it too. 

They want to work their "career" for 70 hrs a week making big bucks and then wonder why they are not getting laid left and right when they never really focused on that. 

Most men just want to mentally masturbate and come off as game sages where they preach to you the commandments of female nature but plenty of guys out there balls deep in 8s know flying fuck about game theory. A good number of them are getting laid because the situation is tailor-made to favor them. 

I cannot think of any job that rivals bartending and working at a nightclub in this regard, maybe working in porn or model photography but even that is a stretch. 

What I can conclude the thread with for OP is that it is not going to be easy to create such a lifestyle, it is going to likely require a lot of sacrifices, and there might not be a straightforward path. It is a path closed off to most men because it is too much work and effort to set up, most guys rather just talk about game and halfass some cold approaches, patting themselves on the back for saying the right thing but still having a dry spell. Very few men, I'd venture to say 0.01% in the US at least, are anywhere close to having a lifestyle tailor made for getting laid and meeting hot girls.
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#56
Personal trainer. Can be a full-time career but assuming you are in good shape (maybe draw the line at ~12% BF and visible muscles in a t-shirt) you can definitely start up a business like that. Potentially even as a side hustle.

A friend of mine lives in a 2nd tier US city and became a personal trainer after college when he couldn't find a proper job. Now he makes $100k+ training IG "models" while working his own hours and smashes dozens of hot girls a year.

Will admit that being of a potential archetype will work best. All else equal, personal trainers I know tend to be black guys or tatted-up white guys, but it's possible without looking like that, of course.
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#57
(06-04-2021, 03:30 AM)Dali Wrote: Personal trainer. Can be a full-time career but assuming you are in good shape (maybe draw the line at ~12% BF and visible muscles in a t-shirt) you can definitely start up a business like that. Potentially even as a side hustle.

A friend of mine lives in a 2nd tier US city and became a personal trainer after college when he couldn't find a proper job. Now he makes $100k+ training IG "models" while working his own hours and smashes dozens of hot girls a year.

Will admit that being of a potential archetype will work best. All else equal, personal trainers I know tend to be black guys or tatted-up white guys, but it's possible without looking like that, of course.

^^ That does seem like gold if a guy is one of those archetypes and has the personality to pull it off.
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