Why The Wingwoman Is The New Wingman
We have all familiarized ourselves with the concept of the wingman: the guy you keep by your side to increase the chances of you getting laid. It is one thing to talk yourself up to a chick, but it is another thing entirely when someone else does it for you. For some reason this random girl thinks your buddy loves you sooo much since he will praise you to no end. Lady, you are an effing moron if you think these are genuine comments, he is just trying to get his boy laid.
Unfortunately for you men, women have realized this concept and are not falling for your tricks as easily as they used to. Sure they may work for you most of the time, but that girl you really want to get in your bed is probably not going to fall for this. In these types of situations, having a wingwoman comes into play. A wingwoman, you may think: wouldn't that hurt me more than help me? No, in fact, having a wingwoman will be much better for your efforts than a bro.
A female friend shows other women that a man is a well-rounded, nice and fun guy. Girls think that other girls will not lead them astray when trying to get their buddy laid. A smart guy will send his wingwoman out in the crowd to attempt to make friends, but in actuality she is just hunting down your prey for you.
Your friend now can bring this person over to your group of friends and just introduce her in a friendly manner. This gives the guy a chance to introduce himself in the least creepy way possible.
You may run the risk of these surrounding women thinking your wingwoman is in fact your girlfriend, so there are some necessary precautions to take. Do not stand directly next to your wingwoman in a group; instead remain a few people apart. If this person were your actual GF, then chances are she wouldn't be leaving your side at a bar or club.
This gives the illusion that you two are just good friends. If you are really worried about your target misperceiving your female friend, you can always lie and say she's your sister. Trust me this one has a 95% success rate.
The wingwoman's goal is to befriend your prospect. A wingwoman most likely works better as the introduction, but after that, it is up to you to woo her. After this introduction has been made, her job is over and she needs to remove herself. If she sticks around, the girl you are hitting on will most likely start wondering: “Is there something going on between them?” or “If he is as great of a guy as she makes him seem, why isn't she dating him?”
As long as a guy is hanging with at least one girl friend, it proves he is most likely not a creep. Women serve as great wing-partners, especially if they themselves are attractive. Targets will be naturally open to her because why would an attractive woman hang out with a loser? The company you keep says a lot about you.
Wingwomen give you the appearance that you are desirable because you are in the company of an attractive woman. The reason guy friends don't work as effectively as wingmen do is because the man who makes the first move shows the most confidence. And why would a woman choose the socially inept friend when an assertive one is right in front of her?
Women also have a much better insight as to what is going on inside the mind of another female. How many times has a guy asked his girl friend her opinion on his situation because women are a completely different species? In addition to this, your wingwoman serves as a great distraction when a creepy chick is lingering on you at a bar.
Have you ever been in a sh*tty situation when you just can't seem to shake that stage-5 clinger? All your wingwoman has to do is walk over and put her arm around your waist. Bam, this gives off the impression that you are off limits and this creepy chick has no choice but to walk away.
Next time you want to go out and get laid, think about bringing one of your girl friends along instead of one of the boys. If you can't find any options at the bar, chances are your WW has a hot friend on deck for you to fall back on.
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