A Seduction Community concept where the PUA wears accessory(ies) or clothing item(s) which will attract women to talk to him.
That item or accessory is usually colorful, shiny, interesting and stands out.
Think of a peacock in comparison to a rooster cock: the peacock is more colorful, radiant, attractive and demands more attention.
What would be more attractive to anyone (irrespective of gender): something bland or something colorfully decorated?
Hence the seduction community’s concept of “Peacocking”.
*Peacock Theory by PUA Lingo broken down by dating coach Alpha Wolf.
*Use Peacocking correctly by PUA coach Alex Becker.
You don’t have to in fact.
But the benefits outweigh the cons by a ton.
Wearing an interesting, strange piece of item is a great way for the target (the woman) to strike up a conversation with you.
It gives her a reason to open you (initiate the chat).
On the contrary, wearing NOTHING interesting will give girls ZERO reasons to strike up a convo with you.
Gold, silver chains and plain bracelets are not peacocking items!
Or at least, they are bad examples of peacocking.
Anything that is too common would not be a good source of peacocking to attract women.
A chain around the neck is way too common to attract any attention from hot chics.
Same goes for gold, silver or platinum bracelets.
A hot chic is not gonna see you @ the bar counter ordering drinks and say to you, “Nice bracelet”.
Beaded bracelets however (colorful ones, or ones made of ornaments or shells) will be a better choice.
Every single time I go out (bar, club or even grocery shopping) ,1 thing is almost guaranteed to happen: young-hot chics commenting on my peacocking.
For instance, I wear multi-colored shoelaces in my sneakers (Converses).
According to my entire wardrobe, the laces will match and coordinate (yellow & white, blue & white, green & black, etc.).
It’s almost 100% guarantee that whenever I enter a lit place (store, bus, office building), at least 2-3 sets of girls will say something like this (about my shoes/laces):
“Wow, I want sneakers just like yours”!
“Where did you get em”?
“I like your shoes”.
“Hey Jessica [motioning to her girlfriend], look at his laces. Hot right”?
My absolute favorite item to peacock with in nightclubs is those glow-in-the dark necklace thingies that you put in the fridge.
I honestly don’t know the fucking name! 🙂
These MOFO’s are like my best friend @ the club [fuck a wingman]!
Simple, inexpensive, yet so powerful!
Hot chicks in my circumference will say to me:
“Why are you wearing kid stuff in the club”?
“Can I hold your glow-in-the dark thing”?
Then it’s on like Donkey Kong!!
Another great example of how peacocking with simple, cheap accessories and items can have women initiate conversation with you.
•It’s not a form of showing off.
•It’s not attention-seeking.
•It’s not trying to stand out and seem like an outcast.
The intended purpose of Peacocking is to:
1.) Separate yourself from the average Joes who are bland-looking.
2.) Give HB’s (women) reasons to strike up conversations with you.
3.) Give her something to comment on (your interesting accessory) during the conversation.
Wear 1 of those happy birthday hats (for children) to the bar or club (if they permit it).
That’s sure to get women saying to you:
“Happy Birthday, congratulations”!
“Hey birthday boy”!
Other items you can peacock with:
Kenny testing out peacocking with cool shades.
Mystery talks about peacocking.
James Rosier tests out some peacocking on the streets.