A girls friends can have a HUGE impact on what she thinks about a potential boyfriend.
Social proof works in more ways than one.
You walk into a club, and you’ve got a few good looking girls with you. This, of course, makes it much, much easier to open and approach other girls, since it makes you look, much better.
This is one way to apply social proof. Girls see you with cuties, and no matter what you look like or how you’re dressed, they assume you’ve got something going on.
Keep in mind this happens completely subconsciously, it’s not like they go through any rational thinking.
In fact, they might not even register than you’ve got girls with you. They’ll just know that there’s something about you that makes you seem more attractive than every other guy in the club.
But there’s another side to social proof that most folks don’t address.
When she’s in the club, she may be with a few friends. A few “club” friends.
But as you well know, girls have all kinds of “categories” of friends.
So if you start dating her, she’s going to be influenced by a completely different set of social proof.
She saw you in the club, with other girls, and is attracted to you because of it.
But when she introduces you to her “non club” friends, they won’t see any of that kind of social proof.
In fact, they’ll likely see a completely different guy than she sees.
What’s more, when you’re gone, her “non club” based social proof can help you, or destroy you.
I’m sure you’ve got some experience with this. Everything’s going great, then her friends start slamming you when you’re not around, and it’s all over.
That’s why you’ll need to have plenty of different game faces, for plenty different situations.
How should you behave in front of her friends?
Keep in mind that when you create attraction in her, it’s largely unconscious. You want to hit as many unconscious triggers as possible.
But when you’re dealing with her friends, it’s going to be mostly conscious. Meaning they’ll be discussing you (behind your back) as if you were a potential job candidate.
To her, how you look on “paper” doesn’t really matter. So long as you hit her buttons.
To them, how you look on “paper” will make or break you.
So be careful. Make sure you’ve got a good “story” as far as career goals, hobbies etc, and all that other junk that doesn’t really matter.
Of course, if you’re not looking for a relationship, knowing those triggers is all you need.
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