‘Charm School’ Helps Men Perfect the Pickup
Posted on Aug 15, 2006
Read about a day and night in the life of a guy who paid $1,600 to learn how to interact with women.
Ben had a rough Friday night picking up women on the Hotel Gansevoort’s balcony after being coldly rejected by two attractive blonds.
The 23-year-old documentary filmmaker, who asked his last name not be used for fear of ridicule, suffers from an acute case of “premature ejectulation”—ejecting himself early from promising conversations with women for fear of rejection.
Such was the diagnosis from the coaches of “Charm School Boot Camp,” a three-day crash course on seducing women that Ben and five other men paid $1,600 apiece for in early August.
In the movie “Hitch” Will Smith plays a consultant who helps men meet women—much like the “Charm School Boot Camp” described in this article.