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Roosh's Brazil Compendium: Pickup Tips, City Guides, And Stories [Kindle Edition]

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Book Description

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-bullshit 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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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 351 KB
  • Print Length: 108 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1456517171
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004H8GEO2
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #493,716 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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1.0 out of 5 stars pickup artist or scam artist? 2 April 2014
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
What a letdown of a book. There are plenty of free blogs available on the net which are richer and more colourful than this slapdash personal diary of a wannabe casanova. No game whatsoever! Although I agree with some of his non PC insights on my own culture, one cannot really call this a source of useful game tactics as advertised. Nit recommended.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good Reconnaissance 22 April 2011
By Flashman - Published on
This is a niche publication, targeted towards guys who believe that a good way to experience a new country is through relationships with its women. If this is your belief, and Brazil is on your mind, you should buy the book; if you prefer to focus on seeing museums and tourist sites, or believe that eating food is sufficient to give you a lasting and existential connection to the country's culture, this book is not for you. It provides excellent on-the-ground information about the unique characteristics of Brazilians, the mating game, and how being an American affects that game. It even addresses regional differences on these topics. Speaking from my own experience there, its observations are extremely accurate. The writing is straightforward and no-nonsense; what the book lacks in polish and organization it makes up with the ratio of signal to noise: all the information provided is useful, and there is zero fluff.
22 of 26 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Lot of Useful Information 16 Mar. 2011
By Dan F. - Published on
I discovered this book shortly after returning from a trip to Brazil to celebrate Carnaval in Rio. With my experiences fresh on the brain, I was eager to read about someone else's experiences. I immediately dove into this little book and finished it in one sitting. As far as advice on Rio, Carnaval, and the women of Brazil, I thought Roosh's observations were right on the money. Any man traveling down to Rio would be a fool to not pay the minimal price of this guide to arm himself with a lot of useful information on what to do and where to go for having a great time in Brazil.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great advice for travelers 16 July 2013
By Matt W. - Published on
Format:Kindle Edition
Ah Brazil, that friendly southern land known for girls with big butts and bigger smiles. Universally acknowledged as an easy country for Westerners to score... provided they don't mind banging prostitutes or favela rats. But what if you prefer girls who aren't trashy and cheap? Never fear, Roosh is here, once again. The man's love for Brazilian women is well-known, and Roosh's Brazil Compendium is a compilation of all of his writing on the subject. Curious gringos will be sated, as Roosh doesn't spare any details, telling you everything you could possibly want to know.

"Big deal, those girls are poor and desperate and would sleep with any gringo for a green card." Not so fast, holmes. Unlike in most countries where being foreign is a plus, Brazil is enough of a tourist hotspot that your nationality no longer makes you exotic. If you want to hit it in Brazil, you need to be aggressive and sharp looking. Hit the gym, get some good threads and don't be a pushover. Unless your idea of a hot date is paying a dirt-poor slum girl to give you a blowjob, you'll have to work for it almost as hard as you do in America... but the payoff is far better than what home has to offer.

If you've got a hankering for sweet girls with huge behinds, Roosh's Brazil Compendium is a must-buy.
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Entertaining. Does all right for an impossibly broad topic 15 Jan. 2013
By Graham H. Seibert - Published on
Let's start with Fortaleza. I was there in July, time of the winter holidays in Sao Paolo and Rio. The people in Fortaleza were Beautiful People from the big city. They were gorgeous, many blonde, both guys and girls. It was a wonder to observe, a chance to dance, but absolutely nothing more. Beach was nice but kind of common, public. None of the beautiful people visible during the day. Moral of the story: time and circumstance have a lot to do with what you see.

I spent time in Juazeiro do Norte, in the cerrado. Cowboy country. They had wonderful country dances. Local dance is the forro (Fo-Ho) which involves booty shaking on a scale unimaginable even in the US. (NB 2013: Miley Cyrus is catching up.) Well worth watching. As a married guy at the time and the leader of a Habitat group I was not in a position to try anything out. Would have been cautious in any case. You don't want to mess with drunken cowboys in a foreign country.

Brazilians dance spontaneously. Dance has to be your entree. They had elections while I was in Juazeiro. Sound truck s everywhere. And, after blaring their message in the neighborhood, one of them parked in the center and put on dance music. People started to dance. This gringo found a woman of a certain age, ie, too old to be interesting but much younger than me, who was a hell of a good dancer. Found the same to be true in another cowboy town, Maraba, on an anthropology trip to spend time with an Indian tribe a couple of years later. When they found we were from America, a couple of the girls got very, very friendly. Once again, decorum required that I only observe, but what I observed was that it was there for the taking.

Take this as three data points, only one of which overlaps Roosh' travels, and which for fully understandable reasons doesn't fully coincide.
8 of 33 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars I lived in Brazil... 15 Sept. 2011
By NYCjeff - Published on
... I also speak fluent Portuguese, and traveled widely, both for work and personal reasons. Sometimes I wonder if this guy even went to Brazil. Or rather, if he did, how could someone have such a limited and inaccurate view?
I suppose if you have no interest in history, culture, and language, and in really getting to know a country, then you might like this.
Otherwise, stay away. This book is a guide on how to be a gringo tourist and drink with other gringos.

You are much better off studying Portuguese, and buying a lonely planet, some good maps, and discovering all Brazil has to offer on your own.
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