Double your dating by david deangelo

I don’t even remember when I stumbled upon Double Your Dating for the first time. The first pick up book that I ever read was During this time everyone was reading The Game. David De Angelo’s book, however, was like the New Testament.

It was for all those people who wanted to read about more than Neil Strauss’ insecurities and Mystery’s mental breakdowns. It was the Holy Grail for absolute beginners who didn’t know the difference between a direct and an indirect opener. More than 15 years after its release, the Double Your Dating e Book is still for newbie seducers. And that’s why I was really excited when David contacted me last year and asked me if I wanted to offer his e Book to my readers and maybe write a review. Once I downloaded the e Book and all the bonus e Books I only had two thoughts in mind:​To be honest, it felt a bit weird to read the book again.

Or worse, you blow it with a girl who wanted to kiss you.By the way, if you guess the person who inspired me to take “Harris” as a surname and write his name in the comments below, I send you a free copy of my book 3 Steps to Sex. Double Your Dating e Book (it costs .97 and you can test if for free) is a scam, tell their readers to check out an alternative that costs at least .What a surprise.​So, just because David De Angelo was born with the kind of unsexy name Eben Pagan, doesn’t mean that he is a liar and just because some dodgy website tells you to check out an e Book that’s more than three times as expensive than “” doesn’t mean that they are telling you the truth.David De Angelo allows you to test his #1 bestselling dating e Book 7-days for FREE. And even though the book is definitely not for everyone (more on that later), I couldn’t look at myself in the mirror if I spread the lie that David De Angelo’s valuable book is a scam…​…David De Angelo is not his real name. Heck, Sebastian Harris is a pen name, at least half of it.Even without this special offer, the price you are paying is incredibly cheap. Sebastian is my real name, but once I realized that no American can pronounce my German surname without breaking his tongue, I decided to use another surname. Not every German-speaking person can be blessed with a surname that sounds as cool as Schwarzenegger.

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