That's the stupidest part about 'the game'. If you make yourself out to be a totally different person than you are, how long is it gonna last with her? I read recently somewhere else:
"Avoid asking a single girl out on a first date on a Saturday or Friday night. This is because if she is someone popular and much sought after, the odds of her being busy are so high that she may have to turn you down, even if she does want to go out with you on a date which creates feelings of uneasiness straight away.
It indicates that you don't have a date for the weekend with someone else and therefore you may have trouble getting dates.
The weekend implies formal dating, so the pressure to create a lasting relationship is there. The last thing you would want to do is scare her. If you do get the date, she would have to turn down other, perhaps more desirable offers because of her commitment to you, and go into the evening regretting having to turn down others. After all, she has no way of knowing whether she is going to have fun or not.
On the other hand, if you ask her out during the week, you imply that you are busy on the weekend. In other words, you have an active social life. The chances of her being free are greater.
Week nights imply casual dating, a good atmosphere to get to know her. And you have turned a dull weeknight into a good time for her."
The author apparently DOESN'T have a very active social life typically filled with dates with other girls on the weekend (since he's concocting this scheme, not living it) but is trying to make it seem so. Isn't she gonna find out the truth within a couple weeks and dump his dumb ass?
Maybe the point is to just try to get some action, however limited, in any way you can, for it's own sake. Or something.