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Lovedrop's Biography(Books)(Photos)

Real Name: Chris Odom Affiliation: Venusian Arts Website:

Lovedrop has been a mainstay of the community for a long time. He was married and divorced at a young age, and like many of us, found the community after failing many times using conventional dating methods. Unlike other ultra-alpha PUAs he is diplomatic and tends to get along with most of the old school PUAs and refrains for seduction community "drama". He is a loyal wing to Mystery and has remained so for many years, helping Mystery with Venusian Arts and also co-authoring the Mystery Method and The Venusian Arts Handbook.

Chris Odom, a.k.a. Lovedrop, has been involved in the pickup scene since the late 1990s. An electrifying speaker, Chris has traveled with Mystery for years, coaching students in the field and teaching seminars all around the world. Lovedrop is the co-founder and head instructor of the Venusian Arts pickup company, and a longtime wing of Mystery. He is the author of the Venusian Arts Revelations book.

As admitted by himself, Lovedrop used to be overweight and his looks are below average. However, with constant exercise and style development, he has developed a somewhat attractive avatar. Being less good looking than his counterparts (Mystery, Matador), Lovedrop's advice on body language and social value control are top notch, refined from thousands of sets and experience while not relying solely on his looks.

Chris authored our new book, Revelation, and he also co-wrote The Venusian Arts Handbook with Mystery, which has been published by St. Martin's Press as The Mystery Method: How to Get Beautiful Women Into Bed.

Chris' interests include music, reading, and social dynamics. He enjoys writing, playing guitar, working out, chilling with his friends, and practicing game in the field.

Chris lives in Los Angeles with his girlfriend, Kacey, and their dog, Pickle.

Lovedrop Quotes

People are constantly demonstrating higher and lower value relative to each other. People are constantly indicating interest and disinterest. People are constantly using qualifiers and disqualifiers that validate and devalidate other people. The amount of validation exchanged is proportionate to the perceived value differential, which in turn is constantly influenced by social cues including indicators of interest and disinterest, demonstrations of higher and lower value, social pressure, and so on.