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Is this the kind of thing that impresses a girl or just leads them to believe you're homosexual?
The latter would involve shoes
People like being complimented, so as long as your comment is nice I'll go for the latter
Obviously you know what I mean...
Obviously I'm being a pedantic twat about it!
And slightly annoying...
There's also the secret third option of "heterosexual, but creepy stalker".
Stay away from such blatant back door cons.
If yes, say NOTHING....just stroll past her and slap her about the derriere whilst complaining about your massive hangover and remarking on 'The Footie'.
If no, admire her hair, tell her you love what she's done with it. She may well think you're a member of The Gays, but, you don't want to impale her on your spam javelin anyway so what does it matter?!
(which is how I know no-one else had noticed it). She is hot. She's probably one of the two women I fancy most at work (not that I have a list. And definitely not a ranking system. That'd be weird.)
Makes it easy to tot up the scores in the different categories...
you followed it up with a leer and a double entendre, she'll know you're keen.
or words very much to that effect.
People wanting what they can't have and so forth?
Obviously, to be in with a chance with her I'd at some point have to tell her I wasn't actually gay, and then she'd stop wanting me so the plan wouldn't actually work but I can pretend it will...
that she's the one that turned you
If only life really were a straight-to-DVD comedy farce...
I can't rememeber. I'd be surprised if I had said coloured actually - it's not a word I'd usually used (though I did in the thread title). I might have said "have you put colour in your hair?". Would that still be gay?
*realises with a sinking heart he knows the answer...*
I told a girl here (at work) that I liked her new hair colour! She replied 'Aww thanks! You're the first person....well guy, to say that!'. I cringed.