And all the sneaky, amazing tips and tricks which are promised just aren’t there. Be “cocky and funny.” And “don’t be a wimpy nice guy.” Um, ok?This is like telling someone who wants to become a master chef to “not burn the food.” The David De Angelo products harp on this single point – don’t be a nice wimp – as well as the point that We agree that teasing is an essential part of flirting, it’s important have a backbone, and yes, meet a lot of women. But after reading the book, we weren’t left with much more than that. – You pay for “David De Angelo” to drive this one point home again and again – with various stories, anecdotes, and reproaches – while you keep thinking the is just around the corner!They seemed like a rehash of insights Eben Pagan once had with women – bundled, of course, in a neat, marketable package so as many people as possible would buy it.
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We hoped this wasn’t the case, and hoped Eben actually made a quality product.
Because it’s one thing to be able to manipulate people for money with a junk product, and quite another to manipulate people and actually sell them something worthwhile. In order to test “Double Your Dating”, as well as a few other David De Angelo products, we devised a panel of 5 single men, aged 20 to 46. Finding single men on the internet is like finding seaweed in the ocean. (Most of these men were recruited from online forums.) Here is our test panel.
And we got that info from David De Angelo’s website for free! Reading “Double Your Dating” is like waiting for a train that never comes.
You get hyped up for an idea that isn’t explained in detail and isn’t really helpful. From Mark – “I was told to be cocky and funny, but how do you translate that into the real world? It’s pointless.” From Paul – “At least it was a quick read. I don’t think this will be helpful for me at all.” From Lenny – “I got one good line from it, and that’s about it.