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What is your move for picking up the opposite sex.
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I typically use my key pickup line. "Hi, my name is Derek."

I find it funny how some guys think there's a special line or a special thing you have to do. Now sure, not being a total ass does help but as long as you're a decent person, you shouldn't have much issue. Just be yourself and let it happen.
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-Wink wink twitch twitch twitch TWITCH- "That wasn't suppose to happen"
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"I like vidya gaems and sports and stuff."
Gets 'em every time.
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That is me when I'm in make up. Without it I'm not do pwrety I think.. But I do receive quite a bit of compliments in real life you will not know, I really am very clumsy when it comes to guys that I like. I just become more defensive and unsociable towards him even when he approaches me and initiate a conversation with me.. I sucked
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PhyongHwa wrote:


MentalNeko wrote:

Flirting without realizing Im flirting, talk smoothly/poetically. End it with a hug. Leaves'em speechless.


Hugs are too blatant (and creepy). It's like you're trying to feel her up, and she knows it.....at least she should.


I didn't mean me actively seeking a hug out for them. Usually happens that they want a hug from me. If I end up feeling molested by people just like touching the ends of my hair (apparently it's really soft >.>) then I wouldn't want to know how a girl feels when I even accidently brush up against their bum >.<
I try not to make a girl feel like I'm feeling her up, unless I'm in a committed relationship and we're alone. Sorry if I came across creepy xD
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I just act like a spoony bard.

All da ladies love that.
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Posted 12/7/12

SlimShadyDogg wrote:


AmayaTsuki wrote:

Stumbling over my words, being clumsy, and failing miserably? Does that count as a technique?

I'm really not good at flirting, but I guess my shyness could be seen as endearing to some. The funny thing is most of my friends are guys, so it's not the opposite sex I have a problem talking with. It's just as soon as I get a crush on someone all my normal charm goes out the window and I become a nervous wreck lol


Personally, I think shy girls are cute. Though I am kind of shy myself but I do think that shy girls are easier to talk to and get along with.


I tend to get along better with other shy people too. I guess because we have similar mind sets
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I got the swag....
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I slowly unbuckle my belt, let my jeans slide down...and wack that bish with my belt.
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I got the swag....


Swag is an acronym for Stuff We All Get. It started in award shows, to describe all the free stuff the attendees would get from the sponsors, just for showing up. It's not really meant to refer to anything that's special, even in that context. This term as other people think it means, needs to die.
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Spazticus wrote:


shuyi000 wrote:

I got the swag....


Swag is an acronym for Stuff We All Get. It started in award shows, to describe all the free stuff the attendees would get from the sponsors, just for showing up. It's not really meant to refer to anything that's special, even in that context. This term as other people think it means, needs to die.


Because people enjoy constantly screwing around with the English language, it's pretty easy to assume someone who says "swag" is referring to the popularized term which is really just another way of saying something's "cool".
People constantly creating acronyms for the "word" in an attempt to discourage it's use come off as quite silly to me. Really, even if the "word" has an acronym, how is that an acceptable reason to stop the use of the "word"? I mean, I could create an acronym for "acronym" and it wouldn't make the word any less valuable. Not that you aren't correct, swag can refer to free promotional stuff, it also has other meanings, such as "to sway" and "to stagger". It's context that matters with words, really. When someone says "I got swag" it's easy to assume they mean to compliment themselves.
Anyway, I always thought the word "swag" was pretty silly. Such a fun way of calling something "cool", it's just a fun word in general, haha~
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I don't know. Food? I make really good bento hahahaha. I'm good with pastries and pasta too. And because I grew up with older male cousins, they influenced me to watch anime and play video games/pc/online games- and end up getting sister-zoned by all the guys I know. T_T

But if I were to try to get someone I like to like me back, I think the only thing I can do is give him my most charming smile.
I'm not exactly pretty but I've been told a lot that I'm cute, even if I wear braces, and that I'm easy to talk to- so I think I'll just be myself.
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Posted 12/7/12 , edited 12/7/12

MountainMew wrote:



I know people screw around with the language constantly, and it adapts and changes accordingly. The acronym I mentioned predates the current usage by quite a few years, and my point that it really doesn't represent anything special (to the celebrities, anyway) was a factor in my response.

My issue with it is not as much the use of the term, but the mentality of some of the people who use it. The kids who say things like, "Who needs good grades, when you've got swag?" are the same kids who will probably still be asking in a few years, "Would you like fries with that?" It's this idea that their attitude is going to get them places, and time and again, most (sure a few do, but most won't) of the scene kids don't ever get anywhere. The entitlement aspect of it also bothers me, since it feeds into everything being about them. The world has enough of that self centered attitude in it already; we don't need yet another generation buying into the delusion too.

To look at it another way, a quote from my pen and paper RPG days: "Just because you have a character, does not mean you have character."

Alternatively, simply saying that you have style, yes, can be a statement that you have a style. It doesn't automatically mean that style is subjectively good. Humility isn't a bad trait to have, and it's a noticeably rarer one these days.
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^ I agree.
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