Roosh's Brazil Compendium is the result of what happens when you let a horny man loose in Brazil for seven months--a man who believed the best way to understand Brazilian culture was to sleep with its women. The book can best be described as a hybrid of The Game and Lonely Planet's Brazil Guide, giving travel information on fourteen Brazilian cities while sharing the best advice and analysis on how to pick up the women. Its main purpose is to help you sleep with Brazilian women in Brazil without having to resort to prostitutes. Inside you'll find... -Description of Brazilian girls by socioeconomic class and how each reacts to Western men -The personality, look, vibe, and game of the average Brazilian girl -An explanation into the hyper-fast kissing culture -How to reliably identify a B girl who is open to having sex with a Westerner -How to set up an optimal bang progression that doesn't stall after the kiss -Dozens of little tips and tricks that increase your B girl notch count -How it's like to run game in Brazil when you have blonde hair and blue eyes -Why you shouldn't bother trying to meet B girls outside of Brazil Also included are details on Brazilian cities... -How to prepare for a trip to Rio with the goal of getting laid -Travel overviews of Fortaleza, Natal, Praia de Pipa, Recife, Salvador, Foz do Iguaçu, and Ilhéus, with nightlife and lodging recommendations for each -Detailed travel guides for Vitoria and Belo Horizonte, with a primary focus on where to find girls and how they stack up to what you see in Rio -A discussion on the merits of a visit to gignormous São Paulo -An obsessive-compulsive comparison of Argentina, Brazil, and Colombia that will help you plan for future trips -A detailed report on Rio's Carnival, and why it may not be the best time for you to get laid You'll also find a collection of short stories that will give you additional insight to Brazilian women and culture. All this is compiled into a no-nonsense 98 page collection of articles that is essential reading for any single man planning on visiting arguably the best country in South America.
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