Apart from your humble servant [moi], the second most coolest PUA (coach) on Twitter and Facebook is my man RSD Julien, PUA dating instructor based in Los Angeles. “Dear girls, before getting attached to me let me tell you that you’re wasting your time…” 4.

“It’s just easier to tell girls that I love them” 7. “Dear ugly girls, no amount of Instagram filters will ever make you look beautiful. “Do you have any idea how many girls you could be fucking right now”?

“If you ever feel bad after kicking a girl out just imagine how she must feel”. “Dear girls, please stop falling in love with me…” 15.

“No girl has ever won an argument with me…#Factually” 19.

You’re not the person I thought you were…” #Familiar Text Messages 18. “I love you” is a little lie that I like to tell my girlfriend every once in a while” 22.

“I can’t wait to use my future kids to pickup girls” 28.

“Some girls get freaked out when you finger them in front of their boyfriends…#Factually” 27. Check my Facebook and Twitter feeds and it’s loaded with such balls-to-the wall updates which generate comments and lots of likes. The following video of Julien hammers home this point, that pickup and your interactions with women should be ballsy, dramatic, light-hearted, fun, etc.

“I like girls who are scared to give blow jobs” 26. “I feel like myself mostly when I’m cumming in a girl’s mouth” 31. It’s to create a positive and unique impression on those who are in your social circle [followers and FB friends]: although “Positive” seems like a misnomer. For the average guy however, tired of having your updates and tweets go unnoticed and un-commented, feel free to jack some of Julien’s social-media swagger and use his fucking updates! The key to good-social vibing [online also] is not giving a shit.

“I like girls who lie about taking birth control pills” 34. Julien however, “flips the attraction switch”, as we say in pickup, by posting interesting shit all the time! The point of it all is to appear “Interesting”, not to pick up random girls on Facebook.

I’d say that 90% of male Facebook users fall into the “Boring” category where 90% of their updates are postings of music videos or some stupid-cliche quotes.