Misunderstanding the point of D&P, occasionally guys will ask why a game blog has posts about bodybuilding and juicing. Well the site is not a game blog, firstly. Secondly, if you think about it, juicing and game are the same.
Game sounds sorta kooky and lame. If you talk about it in public, people will think you’re following some fad or are a super nerd.
Most will not try game. They will lift up a skeptical eyebrow. They will present long-refuted arguments against game. Everyone – especially those who have never tried it – have some reason why game doesn’t work.
Then guys try a little game. At first it seems a little weird, but once a guy gets out of his head, it makes sense.
Suddenly they realize that game works. Forgetting that we ourselves were once game denialists, we view who argues against with varying degrees of pity and contempt. (If you read your Schopenhauer, you’ll realize those are the same emotions.)
Juicing is the same way. It seems weird and makes a guy without a lot of self-confidence feel a little awkward, or as we straights say, “This feels gay.”
While feminists write about gender construction, I’m unironically walking home from the co-op with organic produce loaded into two reusable canvass bags.
Quite a few of my real-life friends have started juicing. Quite a few readers have hit me up. To a person, they think juicing is awesome.
They tell me: The green juices don’t taste as bad as they thought. Most juices taste awesome. My workouts are insane. I’ve lost fat. I’ve gained muscle. My skin is glowing. Etc.
By doing something unconventional – weird even – guys are improving their health, becoming better looking, and having great workouts. One guy told me he doesn’t even need to wear deodorant anymore.
As with game, some are skeptical of juicing. “It can’t be that good.”
Yet juicing is as good as game. I text with quite a few readers. No offense to any of you, but none of these guys are going to be cover models. Most are not conventionally attractive.
But I see the pics. I know what D&P readers are pulling. Results speak for themselves.
Juicing requires a man to do something a little weird in order to achieve exceptional results.
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