Most Mormons grew up in a strict, religious household, and have been thoroughly brainwashed into obeying the laws of the Church. Mormon’s don’t drink, smoke or pickup girls—or at least they’re not supposed to
But sometimes one goes off the reservation.
In this case, 20 Nation, opens up Pandora’s box after breaking free of the traditional Mormon lifestyle. He leaves a world of sexual repression and enters into a world of pure hedonism. It’s not hard to imagine what happens next…
The Party Never Stops
After 20 decides college isn’t for him, he decides going to the Philippines would be a better option (Can you blame him?). He heard Southeast Asia was arguably the easiest place on Earth to get laid, and the Philippines perhaps the easiest country. Naturally, he sought this out after wanting to break free of Mormon country.
For the duration of the book, 20 beds dozens of pretty, young Asian girls. The lays just keep coming and coming. His approach-to-bang rate is astounding and is often able to just get girls to come straight to his hotel room. Though his Game improves over the course of the book, he chalks up a lot of his success to ‘White God Factor’, which is a way to leverage one’s whiteness as exotic in a foreign country.
The Single Guy’s Playground by 20 Nation also lends itself to picking up girls in Southeast Asia. For example, Matt Forney published the book Do the Philippines, a guide to picking up Filipino women. Yet, Matt only traveled to two cities, whereas 20 Nation goes to Manila, Cebu, Davao, and other small cities throughout the archipelago (Plus other cities in Southeast Asia). You can get an idea for yourself of what cities might pique your interest, and then see how he picked up girls while there.
The Birth of Swoop the World
20 Nation is a co-founder of Swoop the World. It’s a fantastic resource for guys looking to learn more about travel and seduction, with a lot of really cool articles and stories, like their recent Japanese gangbang!
This book gives the background for how 20 Nation and THC (the other co-founder) met in Thailand. The two have great chemistry and have a ton of good times traveling and picking up women together. Their energy is always fun and positive, and are definitely guys I’d like to follow.
Too Much Sex?
The dynamic between 20 and THC is one of the few ongoing storylines in the book. The book reads more like a compilation of lay reports. Some people don’t like this, but I don’t mind and usually find every entry entertaining.
Yet, 20 definitely could have added more depth to his adventures, instead of focusing mainly on the hookups. He had quite a profound transformation, growing up in a conservative, Mormon culture, and then becoming a roaming playboy. He drinks quite a bit too, which is a no-no for Mormons. I’d like to get more out of his psyche, his current spiritual beliefs, and relationships to his family and church back home, and how he reacted to these changes. Though perhaps this book is not the place for navel-gazing.
If you were on the fence about visiting Southeast Asia, or even if it had never crossed your mind, you may find yourself booking a ticket before the book’s end. Every few pages 20 is bedding a different nubile Asian girl. Whether it’s in the bustling streets of Bangkok, or the island of Mindanao with an ongoing Islamic insurgency, 20 has truly mastered picking up these women. He also highlights the success of others, both comrades and random, older men who are living the dream in Southeast Asia.
There’s a lot to learn here, as you can gain a lot of insight simply by reading his interactions. Or maybe you just need to be a tall, white guy! Either way, before you travel halfway around the world to Southeast Asia get yourself a copy of this book!
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