Rules of the Wolf Pack

According to the Oxford English Dictionary, a wolf pack is a group of people or things that operate as a hunting and attacking pack.  For the purposes of this post, we are going to use the word to describe the friends you surround yourself with when you go out on weekends.  A well selected group of friends will be as effective as a highly trained army in the field of battle.

Everyone should know the definition of a wingman, and also that the addition of a good wingman to your weapon arsenal can make you a more effective force in the field.  You can also have wingmen, or a group of guys that you go out with on weekends.  It’s good to travel in a group because a loner never looks good (LOSER), and also women of beauty are rarely seen alone in the nightlife scene.  Also, it’s hard to navigate a group of 3 or more women by yourself, so you will need help from another friend or two.

An effective group of wolves (or a wolf pack) will consist of guys that are of the same mindset.  Each of you should be out there to have a good time with each other, but also with the goal of socializing with women.  You should all be dressed to impress.  This point is pretty crucial because if one or two of you is dressed like plain Jane, then they will make the whole group look weird.  A wolf pack is only as strong as its weakest link.


You all need to be looking out for each other’s back.  When a woman is checking out your friend, let him know and encourage him to approach (without pressuring him).  Also, provide each other with positive feedback to help improve your game.  Every one of you should be having fun, because if one person is down or negative they tend to bring the rest of the group down with them.  Make sure you try not to have that one guy that gets too drunk, or is just plain boring.  You’re not out there to get drunk and make a fool of yourself, and if you are don’t expect to get a woman’s attention.

Like I said before, each one of you should have the same mindset and goal when you are out.  Don’t expect your friends who aren’t on the same level as you to be effective in the field.  You need strong wingmen at your side in order to have a successful wolf pack.


Pierre VonAyre aka “The Professor”