Curious on your take on how I should handle this
So I don't go out that often now that I'm in school, but I am doing work still. Hooked up with a couple law students already and I'm solidifying my main slam. Thing is, grad school is like high school because of how small the school is. [ Roughly 600 people total ] Like people are already hearing my business despite me not saying anything. Girls coming up to me asking about the gossip. I'm just denying it all but I do it in a cocky way and just change subjects. How would you guys handle this? My goals are to maximize pussy inflow while minimizing any potential damage to my reputation. I have been super up front and I think I am doing a good job of managing expectations. I do not want to burn bridges as these are my colleagues and can potentially help me down the road to get a good job. But I also have some hot chicks in school so I definitely want to capitalize on the wave I'm riding right now. [ Feel like my game is hot right now ]
Start putting some meetups together. Weekly dinners, movie night, etc. Get a haunted house excursion together for this halloween
Right. I already got that going on. Weekly ragers, dinners, baseball games etc. My question was more on how should I be handling the questions because girls are asking who I'm hooking up with. I just deny deny deny but I was curious if I'm handling that optimally? Like in college I could use my reputation to leverage quicker lays where as here I do not think that's the move. Common sense makes me think I should continue trying to fly under the radar and just snipe these chicks. Like I'm avoiding PDA like the plague, denying accusations, managing expectations, and being very aloof about it. So all they see are stuff like me flirting w/the girls or me leaving w/the girl in a cab. Although sometimes I have used little finnesse like this thursday. Had this girl bent over on the dancefloor and we were kinda all over each other. it was like i was reliving my glory days in college lol.
Yeah that's none of their damn business, lol.