“Hey. Where does being an interesting person factor in to all this. Like someone that people say “Oh HIM, yeah he’s a character.” Could that be considered peacocking or something?”
I like the concept of peacocking a lot because it epitomizes the connection between game and bio-mechanics at a meta-conceptual level. “Pea-cocking” is often referred to as a “recent” phenomena, most associated with Mystery and the “recent” development of speed seduction and efficient techniques to conquer boudoirs.
Animals have been doing it for millions of years.
People have been doing it for thousands (read the Art of Seduction by Robert Greene, an excellent archeology of seduction).
Females are attracted to men who stand out. It is an undeniable law governing sexual attraction. The array of feminists and “knowledgeable women” who balk at this concept should look no further to observe their dreamable stupidity. I suppose the nuclei of their suffering comes from the fact that they support a cause being proved wrong over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over again.
The concept of standing out is pretty intuitive, and I’m sure you can find a thousand articles on line about “how to stand out in front of girls” so there’s no point of me regurgitating pre-disposed information. Instead, I want to point out the importance of something under discussed.
Peacocking MUST be displayed in a COVERT method. “Standing out” is only half of it. “Standing out without looking like you’re trying to stand out” captures the entirety of the concept. While our basic sexual instincts may be primal, human social dynamics are a bit more complex than those of other animals. For example, vaginas will resonate at extreme frequencies in the presence of a dominant male, but a guy who looks like he is CONSCIOUSLY ENGAGING IN AN EFFORT TO BE DOMINANT just looks pathetic. In the eyes of women (and men too actually) anyone who initiates a CONCERTED EFFORT to be more “attractive” or get more “attention” MUST be over-compensating for something else.
If you look like you are TRYING to stand out, you automatically fall into qualifying mode because YOU are PEACOCKING to QUALIFY yourself to a girl. On the other hand, if it’s seen as more “natural,” then the GIRL will try and QUALIFY HERSELF to you in an effort to gain the affections of an INTERESTING MAN. Two interactions may be identical but chromatic perversions of each other depending on how they are framed.