Peacocking isn’t about being outlandish and crazy or lying about who you are — it’s about playing your cards right and putting yourself in a situation that makes you open and approachable.
Let’s be real: your picture matters. A lot. You want to look smokin’ when he or she clicks through your pix. And you want to look phenomenal when he or she goes one step further and Facebooks you.
Since Darwin’s days, we’ve held a belief that sexual competition between females is inevitable. But given, you know, that it’s 2011, here’s how we all can benefit from embracing the woman who’s more attractive than we are.
You know how bullfighters will use a bright red flag to attract the attention of a bull? Apparently, we humans have a similar reaction to the primary color.
People who have HBO are fancy.
Just as a cursory knowledge of wine can be a great asset in the dating world, knowing a thing or two about beer — enough to hold your own in a beer-drinking environment — can really give you bonus points.
We’ve talked about peacocking as a pick-up strategy, but watch out, girls, there’s a totally different form of peacocking to be wary of.
Quora has a way of asking questions we didn’t even think to wonder, but are actually pretty pertinent to our lives. For instance: what are the signs of a tell-tale pick-up artist?
Guys: Knowing a Little Bit About Oprah’s Final Show Is the New Knowing A Little Bit About The Royal Wedding
Knowing just a little bit about things that guys aren’t really supposed to know about is an excellent way to meet women. For example, you should know that Oprah’s final show of her 25th and final season airs today at 4pm.