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this was quite odd and it's interesting to see how ladies do it compared to the average bloke.
So? I got hit on by a child last night. She had absolutely no game whatsoever. How do you like them apples?
and thought it said 'so i got properly hit by a woman last night'.
'So I properly hit on a woman last night'.
I'd hate to think anything differently of you.
i went to see tegan and sara last night and got hit on by hundreds of lesbians. so there!
ARE YOU LISTENING GARETH? APRECIATE
too happy for me, i'm afraid.
I'm really such a useless stick in the mud :(
i've never been hit on by a woman because 4 different people have thought I was gay. How do you be manly?
it's the only way. Although I still lack this ability. But I am working on some good chops at the moment that may lead to a bit of an underbeard.
and then boldly asking for your number in my experience.
Amazing once in a lifetime experience I think.
once and pretended i was interested* (ie gay) to get the free drinks...probably my lowest most shameful moment
*no sexual acts of any type involved here
and very pretty. I was very flattered, anyway...
It is quite flattering but they can be very persisent in my experience!
I was in Nottingham's stellar social hotspot Ocean for the first and only time. Even worse was that I was the victim of what can only be called a con artist.
A rather attractive lady beckoned to me from across the room when I was standing by the bar looking glum. Went over and began chatting, and thought that maybe I was going to get something worthwhile out of the evening.
Then she said, "Sorry, I've just got to go to the loo. Why don't you talk to my friend for a while?" From behind a pillar there came a large, sweaty lass (it was a big pillar). The conversation went like this:
"So, where are you from?"
"Northern Ireland. I'm on my hen night!" (flashes ring on finger)
"Oh... um, well, are you a Catholic, being from Ireland and all?"
"Well, it must be interesting, that monogamy and no sex before marriage thing."
"Oh, don't worry. I don't believe that."
But it was OK. I decided my best route of escape was to be very, very boring, so I started talking about the successive policies towards Northern Ireland of British governments over the past two decades and how isn't it great that there's so much peace now? She looked really confused for about ten minutes as I struggled to recall facts from the plot of In The Name Of The Father.
Thankfully it worked.