In a club I saw a Turkish man inform a random German man that his girl is wandering off and needed to be watched more carefully. It’s strange that Turkish men are more thirsty on the surface than American guys, but they are much more averse to cockblocking or watching another guy’s girl get stolen.
There’s taking one for the team, and then there’s the Turkish version of it.
They begin smiling, touching, and joking almost immediately, usually with a plan to get the girls dancing as quickly as possible.
Their initial game is heavily based on the physical.
Turkish men keep an eye on other men just as much as the women.
They fully understand that any fish they catch must be kept clear from the hooks of other fishermen.
Long chats in the club are not what Turkish men prefer.
Only when a girl’s attraction for you is solid can you be more aloof.I will now attempt to dissect the game and wingman ability of Turkish men.One guy is the “translator,” meaning he has the best English and facilitates conversation with foreign women.Many of them dance surprisingly well, practicing for years as teenagers to Turkish music until making the switch to more mainstream house and hip hop.Since women are in the club to primarily dance, their strategy yields results.They may lie to women about wanting to take trips with them, among other beta declarations, but it is just to build comfort after attraction is established.They have in fact no desire to wife up these girls and simply want to use them for the sexual release that they can not have with their own women.Still as you can see from genetic map of Turkish people, they are one of the most open people to have relationships with foreigners.Foreign charm always works here and it doesn't matter whether male or female.There were a lot of negatives in my recent trip to Turkey, but a positive was being able to witness how Turkish men work in groups to get laid.For men who are not allowed to pick up their local women due to cultural and social barriers, I was duly impressed with their wingmanship and coordination.