How to Stop Being a Loser

Synopsis: James is useless with women, but his luck changes under the tutelage of pick-up artist, Ampersand. As James learns the art of seduction he begins to wonder about Ampersand's intentions and questions what would truly make him happy in life.
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What are you reading?

Aha, Mansfield Park.

I have never read Austen.

How is she?

Yeah? I was going to go and see

new Tarantino movie this weekend.

-Want to join us?

I'm busy.

Weekend thereon might?

What a weekend anytime suits me.

-What do you say?


Okay, okay.

When would it suit you?

I have a bad day. It would

be nice if I could be left alone.

It therefore means "no"?

-F*** you!

Okay, then.

Happy reading.

Wait a minute. Did it really?

-Yes. I still have the clipping.

It took three days to clean up.

One foot was in a schoolyard.


-A little girl got it in the face.

I mean your friend ...

and the little girl, of course.

I'm starting to digress a little.

It's not the beginning of the story.

-Start from scratch.

I'm sorry.

I try to capture your interest,

so you think ... "He's interesting."

I'm not here

to be entertained.

Sorry ... I'm really sorry

that I have made you upset.

Now, you will not be my friend.

It started with my inability

To say the right thing at the right time.

Start from the beginning, James.


Good morning.


F*** you, loser!







-Hey, how was your day?

-Horrible. I got a football in the face.

Come and sit down.

Oh, thank you. Double burger with cheese.

I would f*** a donkey

a kiss from her.

Yes, it was good.

No cheese.

It was better. How was your day?

It took forever to work. Someone

idiot had thrown himself in front of the train.

So recklessly. Why does the

not from a building or something?

-Or in the sea.


Jesus ... You should read this.

-What is it?

-Ldioten who threw himself in front of the train.

It's our idiot.

-That's Ian.

What I will miss him.

-I also.

Why did he say anything?

He should have said something.

It's so depressing. lan had

wished that we would have celebrated his life.




-How have you been?


James Bennet.


Ben-meister, JB.

-From School ...

Is that true?

-When did you come? How long were you there?

-L seven years.

-Some called me glans.

Yeah, right.

-James. How have you been?

-Good. Really good.

Besides today. Today is a sad day.

-How did you Ian?

I've only met him once.

-My parents knew him. What about you?

We were best friends.

We played Warrior Quest

and had pen pals together.

Are you going to go to the vigil?

-No, I do Pilates.

-Fun to be seen.

Yes, we should ...

So it was Hannah.

Player she not in another league?

She is half French.

-Poor Ian.

The only girl at the funeral

did not know who he was.

You're like one of the guys, Patch.

-I just got an email from Ian.


-Maybe they buried him alive.

He has sent it before he died.

-A little geeky.

-I mean in a cute way.

-What is it?

It's a movie.

Hello, James.

This probably sounds crazy.

I have to tell you this.

I've decided to try

chat me up at a woman.

Does it not so ...

I have delayed the message ...

... You get it, you know what happened.

I Pallade no more. I have not

been with a woman since I was 18.

No one wants me.

I do not want to be laughed at.

I feel so alone.

I understand that you know how it feels.

But you are young. Promise me

not be a dejtls poor.

Go out and meet a wonderful girl

that you can live with.

Do not show this movie to anyone.

What sad. I knew

not that he was so oiycklig.

Poor Ian.

Should you take his advice ...

and learn how to talk to women?

I can talk to women.

I can. Piss off.

It was his last wish.

-Sir, you forgot Rupus.

-It cost me 700 pounds.

You kill the bats,

and then you f***ing woman ...

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