From the time a young man wakes up in the morning to the time he goes to bed, he has but one thing on his mind: getting girls. But usually getting the girl is more of a fantasy than a reality. The reason is that, unbeknownst to him, there are evil forces constantly working against him in the dating world. There are people out there whose sole mission in life is to cause you to blow your cool and lose the girl. They are "The Gamekillers"
There are hundreds, perhaps thousands, of Gamekillers waiting to destroy his game at every turn. He can walk the walk and talk the talk, but in order to stand a chance out there in the dating world, he must be in possession of a powerful weapon: serious game. And there's only one way to tell who has it and who doesn't -- by putting ordinary guys to the test on "The Gamekillers"
, a dating show with a serious dose of reality.
Our guy and girl could be enjoying a rock climbing lesson or a romantic evening at the theater. Everything seems to be going as planned and our guy appears to be fully in charge of the situation. Suddenly, without warning, a Gamekiller comes out of nowhere. It could be the Conquistador, who is skilled in the language of love, or perhaps it's Drama Queen, Kash Munni, Sensitivo or any of the other Gamekillers that are lurking in the shadows; ready to pounce and ruin the date. There always seems to be someone blocking our guy's path to love.
And while our guy knows he's on a reality dating show, what he doesn't know is that the girl and everyone else he meets are actually actors. He also doesn't know that each Gamekiller is specifically engineered to test his game. Yup, he thinks he actually has a chance with this beautiful girl.
If our guy plays the game well, dodges "The Gamekillers"
and wins the girl, we'll bestow upon him the ultimate honor of having his name engraved upon the ancient Axe Gamekillers' Chalice. It is one of the most recognized symbols in the mating game and the ultimate symbol of success for any young man. Passed down through generations of worthy players, the Chalice is rumored to have graced the mantels of such notable Don Juans as Charlemagne, Henry VIII, Thomas Jefferson, Hugh Hefner and even Sasquatch. Though few have actually seen the Chalice, any girl who spots it on a guy's mantle best proceed to his futon with caution. (Source:
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