Let's face it, in school we were probably more interested in who the cutest guy or girl was, and with whom we could have the best time.
There were important questions to ask regarding each suitor: were there any awkward pauses? Did he maintain eye contact (or did he glance at his i Phone, or your cleavage)? Since my friend didn’t plan on marrying, their surnames were a moot point, but I said first names would be helpful.
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The image of a guy bringing chocolates to his sweetheart on Valentines Day is indelibly etched in every man’s brain.
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Although I haven’t been in the dating pool for years, I was flattered when my friend solicited my advice.