The world is filled, with pimps and hoes. ~ The Notorious B.I.G.
Iceberg Slim was an old-school black American pimp. He’s a legend in the hip-hop community, rapped about in countless songs.
Born in 1918 Chicago, he was handsome, intelligent and college-educated. But Slim turned his back on respectable life.
Instead, he chose to become a master pimp. He pimped hundreds of women, black and white.
All true pimps are woman-haters. Slim was no exception.
He routinely beat his whores with fists, feet, and whips made from wire coat-hangers. He pumped them full of hard drugs, making them easier to turn out and control.
All done while maintaining an unshakeable frame and icy demeanor.
He was a viciously violent thug; a cocaine fiend and heroin addict.
But, Iceberg Slim was also a natural Alpha.
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So, his book Pimp: The Story Of My Life has relevant wisdom for game-aware men.
The 10 Rules Of Pimping
- The iciest pimps keep a steel lid on their emotions.
- Always keep your whores guessing. Never confide in your whores.
- A good pimp is always his own best company. He thrives in his mind. His inner life is rich with cunning and scheming.
- A serious pimp puts money before whores.
- Remember, your whores don’t love you. And they never will.
- Whores will turn on you. Turn them out and use them up quick; while they are still young and fresh. Then, find new whores.
- Use your existing whores to bring you new whores.
- Whores come and go.
- Always have a Bottom Bitch (main whore).
- A serious pimp dishes out violence to his whores when necessary. [#10 included for entertainment purposes only, I DO NOT advocate violence against anyone!]
“Pimp” shows the disturbing dark side of female sexuality. Many men today complain about slutty modern women. But after reading this, it’s easy to think that women have ALWAYS been sluts. Even back then, during the so-called “good old days.”
Slim also explores mid-century American race relations with vivid firsthand accounts. He sees sadistic white prison guards gleefully destroy black prisoners. And, he absorbs pimpology from Sweet, a racist black pimp who enjoys destroying white whores.
Overall, the book is a fascinating account of alternative American history. It’s a compelling criminal underworld filled with riveting characters.
It’s gritty, but it’ll suck you in. I had a hard time putting it down, and was a little sad when I finished.
I have no desire to be a pimp. And you probably don’t, either. But any man who wants to tighten his game should study this book.
A great story.
Read More: “Pimp: The Story Of My Life” on Amazon