Need a woman’s advice.

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Need a woman’s advice.

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    dazai
    dazai
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    April 2, 2020 at 11:45 am #232504
    Need a woman’s advice.

    Hey ladies, 5 years ago I met my cheeto haired boyfriend and we haven’t seen eachother after I left the mafia. No matter how many times I texted him, he would always leave me on seen. Today is the day I finally snapped. I want to find a way to reach out to him and give him a big fat kiss on his greasy lips. I need advice on how I could find a way to reach out to him.

    P.s Really horny, feel free to hit me up 😉

    DatingExp
    DatingExp
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    April 5, 2020 at 11:19 pm #232590

    Don’t dither. Spot your prey and approach her. Standing around too long will make you over-think things. Go with your instincts.
    Have something interesting to say. She’s heard that she’s beautiful before. And yes, she comes here often. Say something she hasn’t heard before. Tell her a story, real or imaginary. Ask open-ended questions. Keep her involved in the conversation. Asking her opinion is fine, but avoid controversial topics.
    Compliment her. Don’t fawn over her. Just give one, simple, non-obvious compliment. Make it specific. Women spend lots of time trying to look good. Telling her that you like her hair, makeup or outfit shows her that you’re attentive and appreciative.
    Create a false time limit. Don’t stand around long after the conversation has died. Explain that you’re with a group of friends, and don’t have much time to talk. Give yourself an out, then leave while the conversation is still going strong.