Writing a dating blog wasn’t really what I had in mind when I was a young dumb ambitious writer who gave up everything for his craft – and lets call a spade a spade, a game blog is a dating blog – dating is what girls call it – game is what guys call it – masterbation is what socially awkward effeminate dregs call it. But you’ve heard all this before haven’t you?
I’ve been one for truth, my blog, as I’ve mused about before on here, wasn’t supposed to be limited to just game – it was supposed to be just a masculine clump of awesomeness guys could sometimes learn some game from – but also provide entertainment, sarcasm, wit and a good laugh or two – spaced out with mind shattering philosophy here and there.
What happened is that I started to enjoy writing about game so much, because I was writing about my favorite subject; girls – that I couldn’t stop, and I started to get a following, after a certain amount of traffic and repeated readers, it became beneficial to my own success to keep feeding the masses what they want, despite my feelings that there’s nothing new to say about game, or any new ways to write about it -hell I barely even read about it anymore as me writing it and reading it just seems like pointless re-affirmations that game works and is true. I wonder who I was doing that for?
So I figured I painted myself into a corner, I have to give my readers what they want, so I keep doing it. However, there is a fallacy here. I’m assuming that 1.) my readers only want to read about game and girls and how bad marriage is, and to stay away from it etc. and 2.) That narrowing my subject matter is the only way to grow my audience – when the opposite should be true. What I’m trying to say, transitioning isn’t easy – one doesn’t want to alienate his faithful readers, so one fears change. And thats when it occurred to me…
….not to give a fuck.