Appetite for distraction
You’re on a date; it’s going well. Would littering be a deal-breaker? Answer: only a garbage person knowingly throws rubbish on the ground
Picture this. You’re on a first date. It’s going okay. It’s going quite well, even. He or she has asked you a few questions about yourself and you’ve mutually agreed to move to a second location for “one more for the road”. You’re wondering will your hands graze as you walk along the street to the next pub. You’re thinking you might let them lob the gob. You’re pondering if maybe you should have been...
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