Last Week’s Red Pill: Eye Contact

For the past week, I have been focusing on running Eye Contact Game.

I’ve been looking people in the eyes as I pass them by, using the triangle, and power staring  freshmen upon occasion.

What I have noticed with eye contact as I passed people by. Some people do indeed lower their gaze (people who I feel I could take on in a fight, and girls). Tall guys often would hold my gaze and then look to the side as they passed me. Some guys would hold my gaze until we were right next to each other (and would have to turn our heads to hold gaze). I was a little uncomfortable holding gaze with guys who were bigger than me and would look to the side or acknowledge, “Hey what’s up?” to break the tensions. Seeing as I am in a military school, which is small, I knew quite a lot of people, so the real end result here is that I ended up talking to people more often and greeting them more often. I will have to run Eye Contact Game again in a foreign place where I know few people to get more conclusive results.

When I did the triangle Eye Contact, I noticed that at first I listened to what someone was saying less, but over time actually heard what someone was saying and was able to think about it in my head. I felt like it slowed down the interaction. My few interactions with teachers (female) seem to have gone well this last week, even one where the teacher accused me of using her for my own gain with disregard to her. I think the triangle game helps interactions with people, and I feel like I do this naturally (BETAs too much, Alphas not enough/just right?).

As for the power stare – I did not do it enough to get discernible, conclusive results. I’ll have to focus on it again.

As for now – I will say Eye Contact definitely is useful if you use it right.


P.S. Bonus points to whoever can guess to whom those eyes in the picture above belong to.


Red Pill of the Week: Eye Contact

 For the next two weeks, I will take the Eye Contact flavor of red pill.

After re-reading all the posts on Eye-Contact game, I will focus on two things concerning Eye Contact for the next two weeks.

1. When I pass people by, I will stare them down, man or woman. I will not try to regulate the distance at which I hold someone’s gaze, just the time I keep it.

2. When talking to someone, I will gaze in a triangle – first I focus on one eye, then the other eye, then the mouth (or chin) and so forth.

3. Randomly, I will focus on people’s forehead for a “power stare” to see what happens.

I encourage anyone who has their own stories concerning the Eye Contact flavor of Red Pill  to share in the comment section below.



P.S. Other Posts on Eye Contact:

Alpha Game

The Art of Manliness 1

The Art of Manliness 2

Danger and Play

Game Revelation 1

Game Revelation 2

Roissy 1

Roissy 2 

The Translation of Language and Culture

A Forgotten Lesson of the Camera Whore

The same year (10th grade) of my second major fail, I had one of my first experiences with the power of eye contact. Unfortunately, I was still learning about the whole girl/guy game (before game) and was unable to capitalize on my inadvertent success.

In the 9th grade class, there was this cute Spanish girl. My only contact with her in the first semester was on Facebook, as the multitude of pictures she took at ninth grade parties invaded my feed. I learned that she didn’t smoke or drink, but would go to parties and take picture after picture after picture.

I looked through these pictures, curious as I was, until I came across a picture of the party’s host making out with her boyfriend.

I commented starting a conversation (interspersed with comments from others of course) that looked something like this (her comments are in italics):

Have you no shame, [redacted]? lol


noo she took my camera and took the picture.. and asked me to upload it 🙂

How does that work again? She took your camera, took a picture of herself making out with her boyfriend at a rather fiendish angle, and then begged you to put it up?
Sounds a bit sketchy to me, but then again, I wasn’t at the party. 😛

haha no i ment [random girl] took it. and took the picture.. and [party girl host] asked me to put it up … sorta

Oh ok. I understand now…sorta

I believe I had another conversation on Facebook chat with her that she started. I think she tried to her explain herself and I simply laughed and called her a ‘Camera Whore’. Interestingly enough, I never bothered to really check out this girls profile to see what her deal was.  After that, I did not talk to Camera Whore until the next semester in January.

At first, I did not talk to Camera Whore. In fact, I would see her walking around school randomly, but didn’t recognize her at the time. All that was going on in my was that I kept seeing a cute girl now and then, and I liked it. I made a point to get a good look at her every time I did. I automatically started looking in her eyes every time. At first, she would just stare into my eyes as she walked by. Then the next few times she passed me, she would smile as she stared into my eyes. And I would smile back. This continued for days.

Finally one day, she passed me in the hall way and touched my arm, “Hey!”

At the time I didn’t recognize that move was an indicator of interest, but I did become better friends with the Camera Whore. It turned out that she was one of the prettiest girls in the school. We hung out a little more and more as the days went by, and a dance was coming up. To this day I believe I could have gotten her. But I messed that up when I started dating a different girl, who was a sure thing, as I was still getting over Delight. This girl also happened to be the Camera Whore’s less attractive, best friend. When I realized my mistake, it was too late, but I shall explain that story another time.

The lesson to me here, is that good eye contact, is very helpful if done right. It is a covert way of showing interest (or piquing theirs) to a girl, even though it is as clear as day to her.


P.S. Looking back at my little conversation, I shudder at the smiley’s I used, but the overall teasing was spot on I think.