The Pick-Up Artist is no longer just a Downey/Ringwald movie that got absolutely zero ass for any guy who took a girl to see it, thanks to PUA Tracker: an Austin-born app designed by the traditionally irresistible duo of a Stanford chemistry PhD and a Georgia Tech computer scientist to help you statistically learn from your amorous successes, failures, and Darrell K. Royal-infuriating ties. The features are almost disturbing in their plentifulness, so here's just a little of what you can do:
Chronicle the nature of each and every effort, then log -- and later chart/graph -- the results, thereby learning, say, whether aggressive pickup lines earn you rejection, or a phone number, or "kino", which people who play keno probably don't realize is what the kids are calling "touching" these days.
Chart & graph success by "Mood", i.e., how you did with the ladies when you were feeling "confident", "relaxed", "sober", or even "predatory", which would make your subsequent lovemaking Raptorous.
Non-creepily file info on women (including talking points) and contact them directly from the app, or more creepily real-time chat w/ like-minded dudes who'll either commend you or hold you "accountable for your actions". You can also go for cleverly named "Achievements" like "Do You Like Apples?" (getting a number) and "Three's Company" -- which means you've recorded your third "pursuit", and not that you've moved in with two girls you'll get so gabby with, kino-ing them would be like kissing your sister.
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