3-4 years ago, I was a loser. Overweight, smart/nerdy, and afraid to ask out girls. I only asked out two girls, my best friend rejected me and the other became my girlfriend for 2 years. She said I was a very good boyfriend and we only broke up due to distance in colleges we went to. I am STILL a virgin though. Girls teased for being overweight, awkward. I was couple of them faked liking me to reject me harshly as a joke. I was determined to prove them wrong after that, and started working out.
I'm in medical school now, I've lost 40 pounds, have a six pack, bought a new wardrobe of stylish clothing, worked on interacting with girls better. I want to go on a spree of being a player. I used to want just a long term relationship, but after seeing my friends be players and have so much control over the girls they see, I want a taste of that.
How can I get comfortable with asking girls out and becoming a player?
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Learn to lie. Being a player is all about manipulation, and the most successful players become downright con artists. I understand why you want to do this. I was fat all through high school and recently lost 80 pounds, so I'm now in the mindset of wanting to have the social experiences that were denied to me all through high school and part of college. I think all fat guys go through a period like this after they lose weight. It feels good to finally not be a social outcast and to have the upper hand in some of these interactions.1