JeanLucBB wrote: ↑
1 week ago
lol if a person acted this way in the real world they'd get their teeth kicked in and have no friends. You can't get away with lies of this size in the real world, its why he's obsessed with his control on a single website, because the real world is where he lacks any.
I actually disagree with Pat, anyone who had a life even remotely as incredible as Wolf pretends to wouldn't be a bitter, compulsively lying psychopathic admin on a hair loss forum. The one thing that Wolf said that made me 99% certain everything was all a complete lie was when he said a Facebook photo of him got something like 1000 likes (I don't remember the exact number, but it was about 3x beyond the realm of absurd). No male apart from instagram models gets even close to that, it was so laughable that at the least it proved that he's too much of an idiot to spread plausible lies, but also didn't actually understand or have an accurate example in his mind of the lifestyle he was trying to portray.
I know I've said this before but I believe that Wolf Pack actually does
live this exotic event-filled life. If not then the reality is very close.
Wolf Pack is a good-looking guy, and as we have discussed ad nauseam on these forums: good looks, along with competent social skills, allows for a life such as the one Wolf Pack is living presently.
Now about this whole 1000 likes
business. The way it happened was something like this:
Wolf Pack was mentioning how he had a great weekend partying on a boat with his friends and a few attractive women. I'm pretty sure that the women were in skimpy bikinis.
Anyway, Wolf Pack happened to get in a photo with two of these scantily clad females; he was in the middle with an arm around the two of them.
He posted this photo on his Facebook and then said that any red blooded male would appreciate it and that he would probably receive one hundred
"likes" in a matter of minutes.
Another member of HairLossTalk chimed in and said that this photo would likely generate a thousand
"likes" in less then ten minutes.
Wolf Pack humbly doubted this claim but graciously accepted the compliment, and thus the 1000 likes and party
legend was born.