An Expert Suggests Millennials Should Stop Negging

Professor Vince Vaughn.
Professor Vince Vaughn. Photo: Daniel Zuchnik/WireImage

Elder statesman Vince Vaughn has considered the current condition of young love, in an interview with Playboy magazine. He has found it to be misguided, lacking, and ultimately doomed. 

Now it’s such a different thing. Gaming on women has become almost like the dark arts. Like, if you’re not cutting her down or using psychological tricks to make fun of her, you won’t get anywhere. I would argue it’s the opposite.

Gaming on women was once so light and carefree, filled with youth and promise, when each day was a warm summer afternoon and everyone was always just on their way to the park. 

I would suggest that if you take the avenue of putting a woman down or making fun of her so she feels insecure enough to go out with you, you’re ultimately screwing yourself.

There are so many other available avenues so close to the avenue of putting a woman down — for example, consider the avenue of putting a woman up or the avenue of putting a woman off. 

I mean, let’s face it, if you require coaching and techniques to get a woman, it’ll come out as dishonest and you’ll probably end up unhappy or alone. I much prefer Trent’s charming way with women to this more menacing approach you see now.

If you are even reading this missive for advice on how to Game the Women, you are already hopeless and nothing will work out for you regarding your romantic life. Sorry about your future unhappy alone-ness. 

An Expert Says Millennials Should Stop Negging