Sex chat conversation with a girl

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Never assume that a girl wants to sit and talk to you for hours.

Even if she seems like she doesn’t mind, she could just be polite, or shy and not know how to leave.

If musicals have taught us anything, it’s that there’s no conversation that can’t be turned into a moving solo, uplifting anthem or hilarious ditty.

Flirting Dos Flirting Don'ts Community Q&A So you want to flirt with a guy or gal on MSN, AIM, Facebook Chat, or any other instant messaging service and you don't want to look like a creep?

I bet your last name is Jacobs - because you’re a real cracker!

) Sorry you lost, you'll have to take off all your clothes. Do you want to go and do what I'm going to tell my friends we did anyway? You look like the type of guy/girl who's heard every line in the book...

Understandably, you’re partly eager to break the ice, and partly eager to get it over and done with.

) I just wanted to say something that would break the ice. I'm like chocolate pudding - I look like crap but I’m as sweet as can be.

Ooof, sounds like it’s going to be a long one then.” Etc, etc, etc. CABBIE (to you): Oh, I was actually speaking to my friend on the phone. Add to that the fact that most of what one can spy on the street in the wee hours of the morning is generally confined to ‘drunks’, ’prostitutes’ and ‘annoyingly fit marathon runners’, and your game might be short lived.

Step four: call up the radio station, put your phone on speaker and TAKE YOUR CABBY CHAT NATIONAL. Of course, given you’re being driven in the dead of night and you’re either sloshed, exhausted or both - spying anything with your ‘little eyes’ will prove more challenging than usual. How could you correctly identify a cabbie's different moods without really knowing him? You might laugh, you might cry - all we know is, you’ll walk away from that trip more engaged and entertained by one or two real stories than all the other fun ones above combined, and they’ll appreciate the chance to avoid the usual chit chat even more than you.

Provide details of your home address via a series of increasingly complex riddles and clues and see how he goes at getting you there. The driver doesn’t know you, so if you can pull off a convincing performance and rock a heavy accent without them ever raising an eyebrow and asking where exactly you’re from, you know you’re nailing it. Of course, if you really want to mess with them, change accents and/or personalities halfway through the trip, and if they ask you about it - act like you’ve no idea what they’re talking about. Then put the phone down, dial back the radio and actually talk to them.

The ultimate goal, however, is getting the cabbie to join in as well. Sherlock’s one of the best things to come out of Britain in the last few years, so why not give your cabbie a chance at playing the hero for once? There’s no better place to try out a whole new persona than in a cab. Only the bad guys chasing you can do that (*wink wink*). You want a seriously good conversation with your cabbie?

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