Dr. Z on Scoring: How to Pick Up, Seduce and Hook Up with Hot Women
For the first time ever, a book on how to pick up hot women by a hot
woman! Penthouse columnist Dr. Z shows you how it's done.
You're at a party, or just a coffee shop, when suddenly -- there she is. Across the room is the hottest woman you've ever seen, one who makes your palms sweat and your breath come faster. She's amazing, a real knockout. But you're just an average guy, with average looks and an average job. What chance would you ever have of scoring with a babe like that?
In Dr. Z on Scoring, Dr. Victoria Zdrok shows you that it's possible to not only pick up your hottie but also charm and seduce her. A stunner herself, Victoria has the distinction of being the only woman who has been both a Playboy centerfold and a Penthouse Pet of the Year, and with a JD in law and a PhD in clinical psychology, she has both beauty and brains. She uses her personal and professional knowledge of how beautiful women think to give you the information you need to:
Approach a hot woman
Engage her in conversation
Ask her out and entertain her
Get her into bed and please her
With research from psychology experts and insights from hot models who have posed in the pages of Playboy and Penthouse, you'll learn that beautiful women really do appreciate guys for more than just their looks or money. With the information in Dr. Z on Scoring, you can make your move on the woman of your dreams!
Rehash of "Be Yourself" and just plain bad advice
By Lux et Veritas - May 15, 2008
Most of the book seems to be a rehash of the pick-up books that recommend you just be yourself and not act creepy. This, of course, is one of the two major types of "how to pick up women" books. The other is the "outsmart 'em", "use them before they use you" contemptuous approach.
And telling men not to twitch, have bad breath or dirty clothing, etc., shouldn't be necessary. Really, that's just padding the book. If the answer is "It's not padding. You'd be surprised how many men don't follow these suggestions", I still think that someone who needs to be told this isn't going to be helped by the book. I can't imagine anyone saying, "I have to bathe before I go out to a bar? And wear clean clothes, too? Huh! I never knew that! Thank you, Dr. Z!"
Then there are the obvious observations, such as "Hot women tend to be more promiscuous than other women." I don't know if I agree with that, but, assuming it's correct, if someone is reading this book, it's because he... read more
Take advice from women and academics with a grain of salt.
By John Pocket - March 13, 2011
This book is good for some things, and not so good for others. It definitely has good advice in terms of dress, grooming, and nesting (getting your place up to par). Where I think it lacks good or clear and concise information is in the actual interaction process.
The problem is that she cites a lot of research studies, which sound good on paper, but don't reflect the real world. For instance, she claims that negs (a back-handed compliment) do not work, her proof is a survey of women. What woman in her right mind would say "yeah, if you insult me I'll be attracted to you"? But clearly, negs do work. They've worked for me many times and many other guys that I know personally. The reason for this is discrepancy is that women are not entirely conscious of what they're attracted to. They claim they want a sensitive nice guy, but end up sleeping with more dominant, aggressive, and narcissistic men time after time.
Still, it's not a bad book to read, but certainly... read more
Comfort Food For Men
By Alexander Wayland-James - December 19, 2009
The main focus of this book is to reassure the male readers that there are beautiful women out there who will be attracted to any kind of physical or psychological anomaly. The message that resonated from the book seems to be a few short tips on how to meet women, sometimes by treating total strangers as higher class citizens, coupled with the reassurance that there's someone out there for everyone, no matter what your looks, interests, career, or personality. And if you're looking for a specific woman, you should find out her hobbies and her past boyfriends and reinvent yourself to match them. She tells readers to keep trying; a rejection is simply a sign of a bad fit rather than a honest testimony of the person's approach. This is a good book for reassuring people who feel hopeless after their last break up, but not a good resource for a person who's wondering why their past relationships have not held on. Dr. Z seems to tell readers the same kinds of things a relationship counselor... read more