• Bunny

    by AlphaWolf & Co.
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    Quick Definition:

    Terminology from a select branch of PU referring to different types of girls as different colored bunnies: red, blue, black, and green.

    *PUA Lingo does not endorse or support the use of these terms. We strive to describe them the best we can based on the seduction community’s uses for them in improving men’s (and some women’s) dating lives.


    Full Definition:

    The bunny scale:

    “Black Bunny” – Used to refer to Drama Queens and girls with lots of emotional baggage. Also used to point out “goth chicks” and girls of similar dispositions.

    “Blue Bunny” – Girls that you’re not interested in, but are interested in you. Blue bunnies can be very clingy, and may follow you around even though you do not show them any attention.

    “Green Bunny” – Girls who lack of social experience, and are therefore often easier targets. Usually used to refer to younger girls, though socially uncalibrated geeks may also fit into this category.

    “Red Bunny” – Another term for AFOGs. Red bunnies are often the most dominant women in a set, and will cockblock or eject you from the set, if you do not handle them properly.

    Usage:

    That’s a green bunny, don’t kino escalate too fast.


    Related Terms: HB, AFOG, Target, Obstacle

    Source: Vincent Chase & Amadeus


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    4 comments

    Livieri February 26, 2009 - 12:33 am

    This is first time I see/hear about this. Who made this up? A fictional character in a TV-serie?

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    Livieri February 27, 2009 - 9:29 am

    So that’s not the vincent chase from entourage?

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    alphawolf February 27, 2009 - 11:12 pm

    Hi Livieri,

    Vincent Chase is one of the early PUAs and thought leaders from the community (see mASF for more details). His name was inspired by Vince from Entourage. Many PUAs really take to this show and Vincent Chase and his boys as it exemplifies “the lifestyle”.

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