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How to be the College Stud

Updated on September 30, 2010

All men, around the world, have had this common dream at at least one point in their life. The dream to be--the STUD on campus.

The main man, The Alpha Dog, The Godfather. there's something about it that just feels GOOD, that resonates with the inner Fonzie in all of us. Having all the girls dig you, the guys saluting you, your word being the absolute LAW, the RAW power of the position. It's something only a few of us have ever really experienced and most have obviously and enviously noticed and wanted. so without further ado, here are the keys on how to be the college stud. Some might seem humorous and silly, but they make the right impression needed, so don't dismiss them until you've tried them out

1)BE FRIENDS WITH ALL THE GIRLS: I don't think I need to stress the importance of this one. You'll have noticed that the stud is always surrounded by girls, good looking ones, and seems to have them all droolng over him. Be that guy. Learn to enjoy the company of women and make them chase after you. See point 4 for more information. Having women, want you, is a sure fire way to get your social value and preselection to skyrocket. Imagine a guy coming into a party with two of his cool friends. Yeah he'd be cool. But imagine if he came in with two girls around his arms...then he'd be the MAN. You getting my point. Learn to be good with women. It's beyond important, it's almost like a requisite for living a fullfilling life, not just to be the college stud.

2)BE THE CAPTAIN OF THE COLLEGE TEAM: Okay, if Captain isn't possible, at least be on the college team. Basketball, football, Cricket, hockey are the main sports that make a huge impact. But just about any sport will do. As long as you are one of the headliners of that sport, you're good to go. Sports bring out the best in a person. Leadership, team spirit, strength, endurance, control under pressure are few of the characterisitics that are made to surface. Obviosly, anyway witness to this display of character will look at you with more awe and respect. That's + points towards being the stud.

3)WORK HARD - PARTY HARDER: Becoming a stud pretty much comes down to how popular you can be and at the same time be respected and treated in the right way. So being at the right party with the right entourage is crucial. This point is pretty much all about popularity, and parties are how to get popular quick. Throw a party and invite everyone, who measures up to a certain standard of coolness. Have great music, food and make it rock. If people never forget the party, the'll never forget you. Become the life of the party, entertain the crowd. Be like stiffler, but with the vulgarities toned down.

4) LEARN THE ART OF COCKY FUNNY: This is something I got from a person called Eben Pagan(that's right - DD). It's an attitude of sociallising where you are a mixture of Confidence, almost bordeline arrogance - hence the cocky. Along with doses of great sense of humor - hence the funny. People can't resist a person whose oozing with self confidence and is funny as hell. The net is full of info about this concept.Just google it or check out the books, " double your dating", "attraction isn't a choice" . Even though it's about getting girls. The main Attitude is great to imbibe into ones character and people love being around a cocky funny guy or even gal.

5)BE ON THE PROFESSORS GOOD SIDE: Now the title says " how to be the college stud", not " how to be the college jock". So along with all the fun stuff, it's important to be on top of the main reason your in college - studies. Just hit the books for 2 hours a day and you're more than prepared. Plus, if you can manage good grades, the teachers are gonna be pleased with you too. So they won't be a problem later on. Think about it, someone whose on top of it all - sports,girls,studies. what else do you need?

What I feel a real stud is, is someone whose got all the bases covered. Has his life in control and is sure of himself. It's not something farce you put on to show the world. It's a part of you and who YOU TRULLY are. By nature your a STUD. These 5 keys, if become a natural part of your being, will make it so that you naturally become someone whose beyond cool.So you won't have to put in any effort to be respected,popular or liked. It'll just flow out. Try it.

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      Scomi 

      3 years ago

      It's really work??

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      Cool puneet 

      3 years ago

      Mast h bhai jaan

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      g d 

      4 years ago

      nice post

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      akassh 

      6 years ago

      thank u

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      ameen 

      6 years ago

      thanx man!

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      Ajith K V 

      6 years ago

      nice suggestions...especially the one on studies...many students forget their main objective in college and develop a false notion that being disrespectful towards teachers is 'cool'!!

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      rohitrohitrohit 

      6 years ago

      its a good article.i am working towards it.at first i ignored my life to focus on professional life.but the idea of having a satisfied life comes from being good in the other area as well.

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      increase vertical 

      9 years ago

      I never seen any other Hub so far like thisNice list, I'd definitely agree with.. Thanks for the excellent Hub! Its amazing...

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      Alpha Romeo 

      10 years ago from ashwinspower .blogspot. com

      Don't just read Flash, try em out. Trust me, You'll soon go from a stuB to stuD.

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      Flashfire 

      10 years ago from United States

      After reading your hub, I know I'm a stub!

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