Love Angry puts pick up artists on notice: a new website for guys looking for practical advice on dating, relationships and the art of manliness launched with an infographic detailing the reality of pick up artists’ failed “expert tips
May 6, 2014 /PressCable/ —
Dublin, Ireland – May 6th, 2014
Love Angry hit the ground running with its infographic launch targeting pick up artists and their failed tactics.
Its humorous take on Why Pick Up Artists Fail to Get all the Women includes such “useful” and well-known recommendation as:
1. Go out and buy a crazy stupid costume.
2. Insult women freely, even if they’ve been nothing but pleasant to you.
3. Learn a bunch of easy to do ‘impromptu’ magic tricks
The full list (along with visual aids) can be seen on the website, LoveAngry.com.
“The goal was to hit this stereotype of the pick up artist head on and show the reality of how ridiculous it is. This content is not pulling any punches here,” said the owner. “There’s a whole lot of reasons why this type of advice is junk, and Love Angry want to set itself apart from that.”
The focus of Love Angry is not gimmicks or cheap tricks to get attention, but real ways to cultivate relationships with women without resorting to insults and mind games. This important distinction means that website visitors can expect a site that provides real answers to the dating questions men are facing now.
With the launch of the new website and infographic, Love Angry is poised to become an authority in practical romantic advice for men from all walks of life.
Unlike other male advice sites of the past, Love Angry aims to provide useful romantic advice for men that actually works in both online and offline relationships. The site plans regular updates with tips, advice, and continual feedback from members of the Love Angry community.
Men who are interested in learning more about the reality of why pick up artists fail can head over to the site, LoveAngry.com and check out the Facebook page for more information.
Name: Evan Reed
Organization: Love Angry
Address: 13 Upper Baggot Street, 2nd Floor, Dublin 4, Dublin, Republic of Ireland