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cecylia:
lovelovelove
gorgoroth1:
stunning!! :)
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dashwood_one:
No. You might think of the perfect chat up line, but when you come to say it, it always seems tacky, or contrived. The basic "Hello, would you like to go for a drink?" has always worked in the past. I have always been amused by the blunt Northern English "Get your coat on love, you've pulled"(and I do know someone who said this as a joke, and had a long time relationship because of it). Another  very blunt and uncouth chat up line started as a joke, although an old Australian mate of mine said that it sounded very likely, is of the Australian guy on the beach, who sees a beautiful girl sunbathing. He saunters over to her, and says: "Hi, beautiful, fancy a fuck?" The girl replies: "I didn't, but I do now, you smooth talking bastard!" Being English, though, small talk doesn't come easily. So we generally don't bother, although I have found asking girls if they'd like to come round and flick through my vinyl works quite nicely too... 😘😘😘
mick_doogle:
Ever had an Australian Kiss? It's like a French kiss, down under...Β 

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dashwood_one:
Utterly delicious! Way back in the early 1980's, I had a girlfriend who was very much into wearing Victorian clothes, and a corset was essential. I used to lace her into it, although I was always worried that I might be doing irreparable harm to her internal organs - "And how did you kill your girlfriend?" "With a corset, m'lud..." But no. I preferred the end of the day... When I could unlace her. 😘😘😘
verdwaald:
Such a classic pinup beautie!