Jessie from Simple Pickup is back selling "pickup advice" but now he's lying and romanticizing suicide
First of all don't romanticize suicide. That's just not something you do.
Secondly I'm curious the timing of this "relationship" and the decision to create this product and do the research for it.
So you 1) lost the only girl you ever loved which prompted you to 2) spend $250k researching online dating in different cities across the U.S.
I'm pretty sure the whole
Tying the whole product creation effort to your desire to "find someone you could actually love" sounds like another bullet point for your online dating profile, subtly implying to women who spot you online that you're "looking for the one".
Personally I think that's a pretty cheap dating tactic. Change my mind
The product is apparently called "Endless Options" or is at least linked to that site. And one of their customers describes it as not being a "how to pick-up chics" training product instead it's about how to build highly sought after online presence via "data verified actions"
What the fvck is that?
So grow a successful YouTube presence and you too can attract women online? Hahaha
Anyway I generally keep my criticizing low, but the crude yet well-produced "tug at the heart-strings" marketing definitely got my attention. I think overall Simple Pickup was a great effort, the guys were all-around well meaning and genuine. But let's just keep suicide out of the discussion and maybe not be so transparent with your game tactics, hmm?
I'm also curious if this "research", and similar projects, were part of the "freeze" that ran through the pickup/seduction community the last few years.
Having my online profiles found and copied has been something I've dealt with for almost two decades. It was certainly always bizarre and even discomfiting, but that was nothing compared to the last several years of being part of forced social experiments online. And worse.
There was clear anti-competition tactics going on, along with industrial espionage, attempts at entrapment, etc.
I've always gotten accused of being the bad guy by those that were just mediocre, that's something I got used to. But this was different. And it was pretty damn awful
Did you see the allegedly perfect Tinder bio he wrote? 250k to come up with that, it seems impossible
So he spent $250k spamming women on online dating sites? He sounds like the Rsd wrecking crew up in the club lol
It included seductive lines like "Must be funny, symptom free and wash hands regularly""