Geek uses games to "cheat" girls

Oct 18, 2007

You might remember Adam Lyons from his stint as G-Team Geek on Sky One's cringeworthy videogames show, Gamezville. Well, now he's back, with the admirable mission of getting gamers laid.

Lyons is, apparently, an expert in 'sarging'. That's the rather dodgy technique of using pre-prepared approaches, phrases and other conversational tricks in order to get personal with a pretty lady.

See, Lyons reckons he can... Well, why don't we just let his press release speak for itself:

"After years spent cracking the hardest games, he decided to turn his attention to finding the cheat codes to getting girls. Using simple systems and word games, he has managed to break down his system into a simplified formula that is duplicable by all."

Above: Mastered the patterns and tricks to beat Halo 3? Then it's next stop - chicksville

Ahah, see, cheat codes for girls. Funny. Or, in fact, really rather sinister. But the inadvertent comedy doesn't end there:

"According to Lyons, guys that play videogames actually have a massive advantage when it comes to learning this stuff. Lyons says 'Gamers are predisposed to be good at observing patterns and breaking systems. We’ve been doing it against those end of level bosses for years. All I’ve done is shift the focus from the screen onto the girls, though now I’m straight back onto the consoles!'"

Breaking systems? Observing patterns? Christ, for a minute we could be discussing how to chat up robo-chicks on Planet Android. Brilliantly, a trip to YouTube throws up a shaky-cam example of the great man at work. Check the hook? Catch the frame? Clearly, we have a lot to learn...

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