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    effectively capture the attention of an extremely intelligent, extremely traditional and extraordinarily handsome man I shall be seeing tomorrow. For the record, he knows I exist and I've already flirted madly with him. He uh can be a bit indecipherable at times... his favourite phrases being 'splendid' 'smashing' and 'Oh deary me.'

    I'm entirely serious about this btw. I do want to woo this man... However, witty answers are most welcome. I could do with a laugh.
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    Twin set and pearls
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    Ah, the joys of TSR - never short of the necessary wit to while away those hours on a lonesome Saturday night :p:
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    effectively capture the attention of an extremely intelligent, extremely traditional and extraordinarily handsome man I shall be seeing tomorrow. For the record, he knows I exist and I've already flirted madly with him. He uh can be a bit indecipherable at times... his favourite phrases being 'splendid' 'smashing' and 'Oh deary me.'

    I'm entirely serious about this btw. I do want to woo this man... However, witty answers are most welcome. I could do with a laugh.
    Blowjob.

    Is that witty or just plain crude?

    Anyway, on a more serious note, how about some intelligent (yet humerous) conversation? Oh and flirting is good; touch his arm as you talk, smile a lot, laugh at his jokes, flick your hair - all classics.
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    Adam, you going to Club D tonight?

    Oh, and just call him "Pops", and use the word 'spiffing', will be reet.
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    Re Englishstudent
    He doesn't aprove of premarital sex.
    He also specialises in the compositions of Richard Strauss and Lizst (sp?) Hmmm...seems like I have to do some reading tonight. I haven't attemped the touch the arm thing...but have done the dreamy stare into his eyes over dinner thing...
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    (Original post by SHHISSHH)
    Adam, you going to Club D tonight?

    Oh, and just call him "Pops", and use the word 'spiffing', will be reet.
    Non, down to Next Gen for a spot of tennis. I don't tend to go to the campus events. Is that where you're headed?
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    Sad thing is that I wasn't totally joking. The homely, yet alluring, look is the way forward. Need to project two things:
    1) will go down well with beloved mummy
    2) will go down well
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    Non, down to Next Gen for a spot of tennis. I don't tend to go to the campus events. Is that where you're headed?
    A spot of tennis on a Saturday night? You rock. And yes, I'm bowling down there soon enough, provided that 'md_red_uk' has bought me a ticket as instructed.
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    Blissy, he's only 24...
    I think I need his big sister's approval first...I'll be seeing both of them :eek:
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    (Original post by SHHISSHH)
    A spot of tennis on a Saturday night? You rock. And yes, I'm bowling down there soon enough, provided that 'md_red_uk' has bought me a ticket as instructed.
    Yeah, I know - should be going out really. But then again no one I know can be bothered (and neither can I tbh). Talking of bowling, you should sign up for the college cricket; there's a list just outside B Henry's. Anyway, I'm off, have a good night!
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    Come on all you wonderful people...I could do with some entertaining/useful answers. Puhleese...there will be rep. Plus I am the world's worst seductress.
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    Be a charming commoner then. "OOO how quaint, she shops in Iceland..."
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    Hmmm, Blisssy I may just put some of your ideas intp practice. I was thinking of wearing nice skirt and ruffly/sexy top. But somehow I don't think he'd go for it...So now I'm thinking balck trousers, pastel coloured shirt and black cardi...
    I think a twin set might be a bit too much...as traditional as he is, he made a point of telling those that were with him at dinner that he was single.
    And plus he's Irish, so can't be *that* rah
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    Ok, one important thing.
    Flirt, that's recommended and almost expected, but DO NOT act ditzy, brainless or blonde in any way.
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    No in his case, bossy big sister.
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    Ah well then, Flatter the sister and be nice to her.. It will show him how nice you are, and that you can get along with her. Extra effort will pay off, and he'll see you in a cute and sweet light. Smile, Lots and just be yourself because confidence is sexy (Or in your case intriguing..)
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    Oh believe me I smile at him like mad...he smiles a lot in response, and then starts talking to me in French :eek: ...but I haven't got the guts to make even the teeniest of moves. He's so bloody conservative.
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    If you know you are on a similar intellectual level, have an intelligent conversation, and even challenge his ideas - I'm sure he would admire that (although not all the time lol). I would also listen and appreciate what he says, particularly if it's intellectual - he may not have many other people he considers to be on 'his level', so try to get on it (you don't have to have to cite some criticism of 18th century poetry, just engage with what he says). E.g. you say he speaks french - if you can't speak french back to him, then perhaps ask why it interests him, when somebody asked me this (because I speak french as well) I admired it because it gave me the opportunity to voice my opinion on one of my passions. If he's 'traditional', perhaps he likes very 'feminine' women, so you can act feminine and coy around him.
 
 
 
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