posted Wednesday, June 13, 2012 at 9:07pm
So I'm one of the better looking Native guys, I've figured it out over the years. I got super long hair that women love, brown skin and slightly Asian-y eyes. I'm average size I suppose, I'm 5'10'' and 158 lbs. I also wear glasses because my eyesight sucks. Oh, I also dress well and I'm a pretty smart guy. Oh one more thing, I don't drink or go to bars or clubs or even parties. I do smoke weed though, this is Vancouver. I'll spare the long story but not long after I got out here when I was 20 I got into a "relationship" with a 32 year old white woman. Anyway, by 2007 whatever that had ended but I missed 'weirdness' and sneaking around as that 'relationship' warped my brain. I started "honing" my weird side, learning to attract attention to myself without it being incredibly obvious. I'll spare the experimentation stories but basically, over the years I perfected a lot of "techniques" to the point where I can get a woman's/girls attention even when she's with her boyfriend. I also love that look of jealousy on a guys face when I do it. From doing this for years I also figured out "the secrets" of eye contact and reading body language and from doing that I also learned to how to talk and flirt pretty damn good. Regardless of me being Native, regardless of the race of the women I can get them to take an interest in me in good ways. If a woman talks to me I like to play "coy," I'll act bashful and sort of play with my hair and smile a lot. Other times I'll just take charge. All of this said though I don’t do it all the time. Most of the time nowadays I don’t bother to look back but I enjoy “turning it on” at times just because I know I can, I love that feeling when you’re making eye contact with a woman and it’s obvious you’re into each other. btw I'm no "Native Brad Pitt" I'm more like "Native Ryan Gosling" it's eery how much I look like him, only brown. So my confession is: I’ve learned to attract women by "playing up my Native-ness" and I like doing it just because I can, I love it.