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Thread: do you think my mohaw helped my game?

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    Default do you think my mohaw helped my game?

    OK, need help figuring out whether having a Mohawk helped me more than I thought or if I'm just imagining things.

    Early last summer I got hammered at an office party, ended up letting my boss and another coworker shave my hair into a Mohawk. Through the rest of the summer it helped draw in a lot of attention. A month and half ago I shaved it off, game declined considerably.

    Am I putting too much stock in this? Should I go back? Lately I've been waxing my hair into "sex hair" but keep it clean. My job does not care what I do so all options are on the table. My fashion tastes are hipster leaning if that helps anyone

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    Default Re: mohawk?

    Well youre game could have been better with the mohawk because it would be considred more of a Peacock look. It could also be all in your head, for some reason i do better in bars when i wear my favourite blue watch even though not many girls comment on it i feel more comfortable on approach for some reason.

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    Default Re: mohawk?

    A mohawk is a Peacock plain and simple. I had a mohawk for two weeks and the attention went up TONS!! However, it just wasn't for me, despite how cool I thought it was, and got rid of it.

    Yea it makes you stick out and makes it incredibly easy for women to approach you (somehow they think they are being original by bringing up your mohawk lol), but there are other things you can use to peacock and still get alot of attention.

    P.S. I feel peacocking is a bit of a gimmick and will not replace solid game.
    "All things are subject to interpretation. Whichever interpretation prevails at a given time is a function of power and not truth."

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    Default Re: do you think my mohaw helped my game?

    I can relate to this. I do much better with tasteful peacocking gear than without when gaming younger girls (18-22).

    Batman is right, peacocking will never replace solid game. However, I feel that it can enhance solid game. If peacocking opens the door a bit easier, gets girls to open you, provides hook points for her, etc., then IMO it's worth it.

    Maybe do the mohawk again, or maybe do something else to Peacock. But it is important that you have the inner game to recognize that peacocking is just a tool, not a crutch, and therefore, you dont truly need it.


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