Well, if any of your male co-workers start acting like d-bags, you'll know who printed that little bit o' crap.
I'm suspicious of programs that involve less than 7 steps.~
There are three-steps to baiting the woman you want and if you play your cards right, you may end getting everything you want.Indeed, it is good advice for becoming a master baiter.Why do these things always say to wait so many days before calling? Two days, five days, etc... after first meeting, he waits 2 days before even calling and I've already given up on him. Five days and he'll have to remind me who he is.
programs that involve less than 7 steps.FEWER.
I always have the same reaction to this kind of thing.Srsly?I mean, do people actually THINK about this stuff?You go out, you'd like to meet someone, maybe end up in the sack, sure, but you just try to be charming, keep the boogers out of site, try not to spray too much saliva when you invoke the Large Hadron Colider, and keep from dripping urine on the front of your trousers when you pee.Yeah, I've been known to TRY to be charming, and I usually fail, as opposed to when I'm distracted and just have a funny take on hopeless cynicism which often gets me laid, even today, but this kind of calculated approach seems like, well, WORK rather than recreation, and you can have that shit...
"Little princess"*vomits*Seriously though...all this shit is true. Immature game-playing is sure to land you the woman of your dreams!
Getting a mate is purely science. Action A leads to reaction B and thus we get everything we want.
Heh. "Little Princess".Remember Tony Carey?He played keyboards for Rainbow, and later went on to found the ProgRock band Planet P Project.In between those two events, in the days of Malaise and StagFlation, he recorded perhaps the darkest album in history, a loving indictment of everything we are all we will never live up to. It was called "Some Tough City", and from the utter capitulation of its title track to my personal anthem, "Eddie Goes Underground", it was the perfect chronicle of that moment in time between the seventies and the eighties, where we hung in stasis between the murder of our heroes and the slaughter of our hopes. Between Desert One and Welfare Queens. Quite frankly, we should have seen it all coming.One of the songs on that album is "It's a Lonely Life. It is a visceral reminder that we are all being manipulated, and to believe in anything is to be victimized.VS reminded me of this with the "Little Princess" phrase.He says:"Ah but you're not the first little princess, baby, to find out you were wrong".And so it goes...
Um, sorry. Should have checked the print preferences.
hey, mikey, I have an embarrassing confession.I am kind of liking some of the recent Planet P releases.
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