drunk guy great david wygantSo I was in Vegas hanging out with some friends.

And as you know about Vegas: one thing often leads to another, which leads to another, which leads to another.

So I’m leaving a casino with a group of friends, and as we’re walking out, I see this guy staring intently at my lady-friend—drooling at her, undressing her in his mind, trying to do anything he could to swing her away from me and the rest of the group.

And he was actually doing this all night long.

And now, at 3am, he finally decided to make the move.

He was going to do the desperate drunk compliment.

So, what is a ‘desperate drunk compliment’ you ask?

It’s your standard, alcohol-induced creepy remark.

Because he was undressing her with his eyes all night, she could feel it about to happen, and she couldn’t wait to get past him.

So as we walk out, she sticks really close to me. At that moment he decides to make his move.

I bet that in his mind he was thinking to himself, “Hmm, I think I’m going to say something really good that’s going to get her away from that tall guy.”

So he looked at her, and he said to her.

“Nice dress, huh.”

You can almost picture the little man masturbating inside his brain. That little creepy guy that’s jerking himself off inside.

Where he came up with that line, nobody knows. He probably found it somewhere on the Internet.

The problem with the guys like this is they spend the entire night doing that.

They sit around in their man group.

They stare at women all night long, being as creepy as can be.

And then at the end of the night they truly believe that if they say something, this woman that they’ve been creeping out is going to walk away from the guy that she spent the last few hours talking to, and she’s going to jump into his lap.


Creepy guys: that never works.

But yet they guys do it over and over and over again.

So, here’s the deal: the next time you’re out and drunk, and you look at a woman and she’s with another guy and you say something like “Nice dress” and she immediately walks away—take it as a tip. You need to change your rap.

Change everything about the way you communicate with women and the way they respond to you will change.