>There are a lot of people in the world and nice girls out there.
That's true, but not significant. In other words, it's true but it's not proving the point you think it's proving.
It's like saying there are lottery winners out there. It's true. You could fill whole stadiums with lottery winners. But here's the thing, if I claim that buying lottery tickets isn't a good strategy for my future financial success, then telling me, "there are winning tickets out there! You just have to believe! Keep trying! Keep buying them!" ←- that's not really helping me.
In my post in >>23870 I said:
>girls like her used to be the rule, not the exception.
I'm not saying, "this doesn't exist" any more than I would say, "there are no winning lottery tickets." I know they exist. What's sad is that due to changes in our culture, what used to be common enough to be worth looking for is now so rare that only a fool would waste his life looking for it.
If I happen to luck out and meet a nice girl, then absolutely I will do everything I can to attract her and to keep her. I will treat her well. I will be the best man I can be. None of what I've said in any way precludes the (remote) possibility that I'll meet a nice girl.
On the other hand, if I do nothing but hope and "believe in magic" then I'll go my whole life being a lonely virgin idolizing anime girls. That's not a workable plan for happiness any more than buying lottery tickets is a workable plan for financial success.
So I meet girls and I practice "pickup" (because it takes practice) and sometimes it works and I can fuck them. Inevitably, they are trite, annoying, disloyal, and immature. But I don't get mad when I see that side of them, because I accept reality - this is the way they are in our culture today.