There were also balloons involved, which seems a little unnecessary given the thousands of dollars of…by Allison Sadlier He's been on your radar for a while and you're dying to just get into bed with him.I went in the next day to return what was clearly an unsuitable hammer for my extensive and very important home-made architectural masterpiece and was met with what I can only describe as the DON of all things DIY.He was I explained my “situation” and gingerly handed over the receipt which clearly had my name, number and a cheeky wink face for good measure. If I do say so myself, this move was Essentially, I would take to the streets like a predator in the wild, scout out the best-looking guy and walk behind him for a bit before exclaiming “Oh sorry, excuse me – I think you dropped this” handing him a piece of paper with my name, number and (ofc) a cheeky wink face.A few hours later I received a message saying “Hey, you forgot to get your money back on that hammer! I dressed up in my finest garms (killer heels and all) and found myself a prominent spot on the bar where I could eye up any potential in the room.And you forgot to arrange a date for us to hang out.” R. I noticed a couple of semi-decent guys sat at the other end of the bar, so got one of my friends to pour a drink and send it over to them, saying that it was from me.
You've been debating for days what's the best way to try and get this thing off the ground.
Unfortunately, I quickly established why my friends had concluded that they didn’t know anyone ‘suitable’ if by ‘suitable’ they meant ‘not a raging psychopath’.
Ok, maybe psychopath is a bit harsh, but this guy did spend a solid 30 minutes telling me about the various ways you have to adapt layers of paper to create cardboard.
Then, they start to tell you a bit about themselves – all of which could be summarized in a snappy four-line bio.
Before you know it, the whole three minutes is up and you’ve not even had a chance to delve into their Insta (if they had it, or even knew what it was).