Hey Duke, I got a question for you.
One of my best friends also happens to be the worst wing I've ever encountered, not by being inactive but by being too active. He's fearless on the approach, which is great for opening sets, but when it comes to not hitting on my target hes farking brutal. No self control what so ever.
Some interesting things I picked up:
He loves to be the center of attention, if he's not he will intervene by interrupting, one-uping, or changing the subject completely to favor him.
His style consists of acting like their best friend, then trying to ISO and move in for the kill (however he has troubles f-closing, for example a girl dragged him to his room on campus then left him there).
When I asked him to not hit on my target, he agreed completely, but still did it. When he fucked it up for me and I ejected, after he went on about how bad he felt (he meant it). I think he makes excuses in his head about why it's ok to go after my target.
I don't know to deal with him, classic AMOG techniques could turn our friendship pretty sour. I generally try to not have him around when I go for a target, however if he see's me then of course I'll have him join the group. Then he goes on to one-up all the stories and be the center of attention.
How would you place him in your system, and how would you deal with him?