HOW TO GET A DATE
HOW TO GET THE MAN/WOMAN/OTHER (PLEASE STATE) OF YOUR CHOICE
First features on a BBS, lifted off to the Untouchables
Magazine. Tnx Matt. Now it's here. This article has been included
specially for a Nutty Norwegian with the initials G.E.A.
First locate your target. Your best chance of doing this is by
going to one of those wild parties which result in pairs of
bodies being strewn all over the stairs within a couple of hours
of starting. However, since I never get invited to that sort of
party, I'm blowed if I can see why I should help those of you who
do. So I won't. So there.
Having located your target, the next step is to find out where
said target lives. This is easily done by following her/him
until you reach a door which they go in and lock. This will
either be their room or the bathroom, and if you can't tell the
difference then you're beyond hope.
Next you need to establish contact. Knock on the target's door,
and when it is opened, say, "Excuse me, but I wanted to leave a
message for so-and-so upstairs, but he/she/it isn't in. Can I
borrow a pen and paper to leave a note please?" Having borrowed
this, make sure that you leave something behind when you go.
This means that you can go back and collect it sometime.
DANGER SIGNS: A wedding or engagement ring.
A photo of a stunning individual by the bed.
The presence of a stunning individual in the bed.
A very rapid ushering out of the room.
Phrases such as "Get lost, you pervert!"
GOOD SIGNS: Him/her/it falling into your arms on your next
A return visit armed with red rose.
As you can see, there are more danger signs than good signs, so
if at first you don't succeed, don't worry...there are plenty
more toads in the bog! A good strategy is ending up on the
doorstep looking very pathetic, which can get you invited in for
a coffee so you can work on your chat-up lines. One line you
should never use if you want to leave their room with the same
number of limbs as you went in with is "Do you come here often?"
It is the target's room after all.
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