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    Quote Originally Posted by Blairvoyant View Post
    Were you both comfortable enough with the concepts to use them as innuendo?

    Example: "Here, I'll just integrate these equation for you...find the area under your curves. *wink*"
    I would actually be turned on with innuendo like that... *sigh*

    Where does one FIND a guy who flirts like THAT???
    Embrace the possibilities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misty_Mountain_Rose View Post
    I would actually be turned on with innuendo like that... *sigh*

    Where does one FIND a guy who flirts like THAT???
    I don't know tbh. I feel your longing Some of my guy friends talk about using lines like that but they never actually do because they don't think it'd work I guess?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blairvoyant View Post
    I don't know tbh. I feel your longing Some of my guy friends talk about using lines like that but they never actually do because they don't think it'd work I guess?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Misty_Mountain_Rose View Post
    Maybe their banana's are like this instead of this ... oh, yeah! Sexual innuendos!

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    Well, I don't know. They mostly seem to treat sex as some kind of resentful joke... one of them only dates shallow histrionic girls and keeps them completely separate from his friends, the rest are virgins (as far as I know.) It's like they like to theorize about sex and sexual interactions, and they experiment to the extent that it confirms or denies their theories, but when it comes to actually doing it they don't want to commit.

    Yes, most of them are NPs, or INTJs with other interests >.>
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blairvoyant View Post
    It's like they like to theorize about sex and sexual interactions, and they experiment to the extent that it confirms or denies their theories, but when it comes to actually doing it they don't want to commit.
    It is bigger than previous manhood hurdles to overcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misty_Mountain_Rose View Post
    I would actually be turned on with innuendo like that... *sigh*

    Where does one FIND a guy who flirts like THAT???
    I think the problem with finding a guy who flirts like that is the people who would tend to use those pickup lines are INTs...and we all know the problems INTs have with flirting.

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    On the phone...

    She: [blah blah blah]
    Me: [blah blah blah]
    She: In fact, I saw a [...] today and that reminded me of you.
    Me: Mmmh, actually I always assumed that you think a lot about me.
    She [laughter, teasing undertone]: Oh yes, so true! You know, usually, when I wake up in the morning, the first thing I think about is [my full name].
    Me: Interesting, but are those positive or negative thoughts?
    She: Negative, of course, very bad thoughts.
    Me [decided not to use the word "naughty"]: Well, would you mind telling me while we drink a beer?

    Bingo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fragrance View Post
    On the phone...

    She: [blah blah blah]
    Me: [blah blah blah]
    She: In fact, I saw a [...] today and that reminded me of you.
    Me: Mmmh, actually I always assumed that you think a lot about me.
    She [laughter, teasing undertone]: Oh yes, so true! You know, usually, when I wake up in the morning, the first thing I think about is [my full name].
    Me: Interesting, but are those positive or negative thoughts?
    She: Negative, of course, very bad thoughts.
    Me [decided not to use the word "naughty"]: Well, would you mind telling me while we drink a beer?

    Bingo!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morgan Le Fay View Post
    It's a game for halfwits, cowards and fakes, as far as I can discern. Vacuous people.
    Nope, I'm sorry, but that assessment is rash. I'd even say that you're trying to justify your lack of experience or your weakness; if you feel secure in your position, there would be no need to bash "those" people. Flirting = vacuous people – that conclusion does not hold.

    Quote Originally Posted by Morgan Le Fay View Post
    Not being skilled in flirtation is a sign of character, nothing to be ashamed of. Flirts are boring at best, deceitful at worst, and irritating, mostly.
    "Not being skilled in flirtation" is definitely nothing to be ashamed of, but it is not a sign of character. Not caring about flirting might be a sign of character... but that's nit-picking now.

    Flirting is an expression of eloquence and wit! You just to have to get into it then you'll understand that it's not that stupid. You can even flirt with LSE or Harvard graduates... you'll shit your pants with those smart and sexy ENTPs!

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