A Herb is a worthless dude, in the context of whatever you’re talking about.
A nobody. A non-player character (NPC) like the artificial intelligence people you see running around in video games that the game itself is controlling instead of a human. A totally inconsequential and ineffective male of the species.
So for example, if you’re pitching in a baseball game and the bases are loaded and the dude walking towards the plate to bat can’t hit worth a damn, you won’t be worried about it because he’s a Herb.
That doesn’t mean he isn’t well-paid, well-regarded in society, or successful in business.
It just means that in this context, attempting to hit against your pitching, he isn’t worth ****.
Similarly, dudes tell on themselves that THEY aren’t **** when it comes to bagging chicks.
The only reason I even clicked on this article was because of the words “Anger Provoked”.
First of all, Provoke (merriam-webster.com/dictionary/provoke) means to cause the occurrence of (a feeling or action) : to make (something) happen : to cause (a person or animal) to become angry, violent, etc.
So, for instance, if I punch you in your face, that means I’ve provoked you to feel hurt and/or to fall on the floor.
My action (smashing your grill) caused your reaction (feeling emotional or physical pain and/or losing the ability to continue to stand up).
How to apply techniques utilized in Presidential campaigns to increase the success of your dating career.
Now that I’ve become aware that you can’t be disqualified for attempting to become the President of the United States of America due to mental deficiency or illness, I think I’ll try some similar dating techniques that definitely shouldn’t work, but apparently approximately 50% of the women in this country might fall for them anyway.