3 Responses to “Peacocking: Not Just For Clothes Anymore”

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I used to have a really shitty looking cell phone that EVERYONE would give me a hard time about… but… the reason I kept it for as long as I did is because EVERYONE would give me a hard time about it.

They’d tell other people about it… etc.

But, the best thing was that I could just sit down at the bar, pull that phone out, and sit it beside my beer and wait. Before long, a woman would come up and say something like “What in the world happened to your phone?”

And of course, meant that she was “chasing” me… :)

I miss that phone… LMAO

Peacocking to me just means giving people a reason to comment on something that you have on or around you… to either open you… or keep the conversation going…

Great post.

Angel Eyes said in August 21st, 2007 at 11:24 pm

I agree with you saying that newbie PUA’s take the peacock thing way to far.
Peacocking is’nt something to be ridicouled by the target, but just a unique piece of item you wear or have with you that makes a statement. And if that statement is’nt congruent, then you’re not going to get anywhere.

Style can get away with wearing a pink, fluffy west, because he can be congruent with it, but does that mean that everyone should use one? NO! What makes that unique?
I find that plain stupid and counter-productive. Instead, find something that will blend in with your style and personality, but at the same time stands out from anything else.


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