• False Disqualifier

    by AlphaWolf & Co.

    Quick Definition: A DQ that is not true, thrown at the target or group in order to disqualify the PUA from being considered a potential suitor for the target.

    *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:

    False DQs can be genuine truths. Or, it can be statements with ambiguous interpretation meant as a joke.

    An example of a false disqualifier is “If I wasn’t gay, you would be so mine.” This is a line famous from The Game, whose premise is that girls will let their guards down around the PUA, and the gay orientation can prove to be a challenge for her (cat string theory). It is also often interpreted as a joke, but it’s role playing implications make the interaction more interesting.

    PUAs have reported that women have said, “I can convert you,” to this false DQ. Other times, when things escalate and the HB asks, “aren’t you gay?” a proper response would be, “No, of course not. I was just messing with you” and continue. If the target is attracted to the PUA, the response will not matter.


    Throw a false DQ to lower her bitch shield.

    Related Terms: Disqualification, Active Disqualification, FTC

    Source: Mystery

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