Doc Love Any one who calls themselves “Doc Love,” with cousins called “Sal the Fish Love,” is asking for a douche rating.
Doc claims to watch out for men and help them avoid gold-diggers, psychos and manipulators with a set of principles he calls “The System.” Doc’s “System” includes “the reality factor” (is she into you or not?
Watch her actions), being a “challenge” (Doc was one of Coach Corey Wayne’s early mentors), and not being a “nice guy” or doormat.
Unfortunately, Doc crams a complex set of human emotions, motivations and dating and mating behavior in a set of one-line magazine platitudes ultimately designed to see his book.
The other 4 can go away forever as far as I'm concerned, especially the arrogant asshole Doc Love (even though I know Corey Wayne agrees with some of stuff) because that dude is just being a prick half the time while disguising it as "tough love" and he uses fear and insecurity to try and get people to buy shit from him.
I too would agree, Corey Wayne has a lot of good material.
Like Marni, he tells men they needn’t worry about their looks; women will like them for just being them (yeah, sure Stephan).
In this clip, he advises on “How to be Attractive to Women if You’re Not Good Looking” (we don’t see too many dowdy or ugly movie stars). For us it was, “oh, so you spent 10 years in Southeast Asia – you must be a whoremonger.” 2.
Many of the girls we thought adored us were simply looking to trade up what they thought was a piece of the American or Australian dream after years of conditioning by movies and TV. Most of it you could’ve got from your Uncle (if you were lucky enough to have a functional one): be confident. Be chivalrous, even if feminist websites like tell you it’s dead and chauvinist.
It is a story of failure, defeat, but ultimately, in a cheesy way, redemption.
It is the story of how our stupid white male egos were crushed, trashed, and ultimately resurrected in a frail, but perhaps more lasting and real form.
I need a more together man around my kids.” She was right. Corey offers tips on “how to get your ex back,” and “indifference makes the difference with women.” He says, like Mr. Corey also advises men to assume, “all women want them.” To his credit, he also says that “nine out of ten women won’t be interested.” On the upside, such an approach – like my 100:1 strategy in college: approach 100 and you’ll get one yes – builds resilience and staying power. Marni the Wing Girl Marni wins the douche award for advertising her services as teaching men to “get any woman they wanted.” Marilyn Monroe? To her credit, Marni claims to be “honest” with men, “calling them on their bullshit,” etc. In the end, though, Marni is just trading off the fantasies of lonely, unsuccessful men (like me), and thus wins douchebag number four award. Stephan Erdman German actor Stephan Erdman isn’t such a bad guy.
Darcy of Jane Austen’s , you should affect an air of cool standoffishness, albeit mixed with a playful flirtatious demeanor. His V-neck T-shirt, combined with a blazer jacket and production of videos on how to turn off women with creepy body language, lands him as number 3 douchebag.
He espouses swagger, arrogance, and an annoying Long Island accent combined with a hoodie and possibly a major coke habit.