Back by popular demand its the Yay rizz thread!
A couple disclaimers before we start:
Disclaimer #1 This isnt meant to be a personal judgement on Yay or any parties involved, by all accounts Yay is a wonderful human being and nothing in this thread should be taken as anything more than a fun and unserious discussion..
Disclaimer #2 "Rizz" in this context refers to the casual and flirtatious manner in which someone talks up the opposite sex. I do NOT mean to invoke any references to redpill or Andrew Tate, i disavow everything they stand for. I also understand Yay probably has a GF, again this is a just for fun analysis of human conversation between man and woman.
Ok lets get into it.
The Clip (a short interview with a lady after his masters win. By far the most flirtatious of his interviews which is why i chose it, there is real tension here):
The clip begins with the woman thirsting for an interview and Yay, being a chad in his own right, decides to just walk right up to the woman instead of standing in place like the previous members of the team! But then, after the intial display of intent, something changes in his approach and he becomes quite reserved and laconic.
It Seems like Yay is going for the "quiet and mysterious" rizz here. He understands his position as a Masters winner means the woman is all up on him, so he deliberately withholds words and answers from her by choosing quick and punchy one liners.
Overall I think it works well enough, he ends very strongly and leaves her wanting more. If he were to meet up with her later at a bar or after party, she would be desperate to try and get closer to him and figure out what he was unwilling to give her before. Trust me, when it comes to women, less is more!
Of course, no full marks though because there is a latent awkwardness in the conversation that Yay can't fully overcome. I think the biggest error comes in the switch from fun to serious that happens in the interview at the beginning, he does something weird with his facial expression that denotes some nervousness on his part.
Overall though, I think Yay did a good job, and I appreciated his approach more than Tarik's with the Neon who came off as too eager and desperate. What did you guys think? Would love to hear your thoughts on that fun clip and our chad Yay.