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|FLATTERY FLIRTATION Flattery is a two-way street: tell a man how smurt he is, |
and he'll soon be praising your intelligence. A woman wants someone ...
FLIRTATION Flirting is the gentle art of making a man feel pleased with himself.
— Helen ...
|A man can become so accustomed to the thought of his own faults that he will |
begin to cherish them as charming little personal characteristics. - Rowland ...
Rowland, Helen Flirting is the gentle art of making a man feel pleased with
|“The person who is slowest in making a promise is most faithful inits performance|
.” “Man is bornfree, yetheis everywhere in chains.” “Slaves lose everything ...
married man.” “Flirting is the gentle art of making a man feel pleased with himself.
|Yea or Nay: What People Do to Show Interest or Lack of Interest Flirting is the |
gentle art of making a man feel pleased with himself. Helen Rowland,author (
ThinkExist.com) Expressing feelings of interest and attraction for one another,of
|Johnson, Samuel All women are flirts, but some are restrained by shyness, and |
others by sense. - La Rochefoucauld, Francois De ... Oliphant, Margaret Flirting is
the gentle art of making a man feel pleased with himself. - Rowland, Helen 2 The
|Be gracious if you are approached but are not interested. • Move away from the |
group if someone approaches you that you would like to get to know better. "
Flirting is the gentle art of making a man feel pleased with himself." Helen
|FLIRTING Flirting: 1. the gentle art of making a man feel pleased with himself. 2. |
an optical collusion. Flood : a river too big for its bridges. Fool: a fellow who
introduces his best girl to his best friend. Football: 1. a game played on Saturdays
|A Weekly Record of Literature, Science, and Art. leading you a dance out of pure |
love of flirtation. ... Feeling that any presence must be intolerable to him, I got up
and went inside, and shortly after to bed, leaving the poor lad, ... as the crushing
machine worked day and night, and Selwyn himself generally drove the engine
on the night-shift. ... All the sunny cheerfulness of disposition, which made it a
very pleasure to be in the same house with him, had gone, and .... she replied,
|Young ladies,” drawing himself up stifily, “ I am happy to see you are enjoying a |
rather unintelligible joke. ... Why are you so silent, love '2 Speak, if but one word,
to Kim-how darlingl" and he strangled him in a beare u The Eruth flashed ... know
of his disgrace 1 He left that afternoon for parts unknown, for the time being, at
least, cured of his propensity for flirting. ... Too Swan's—'Tis sweet as the gentle
murmurings of an Eolian bar to hear a bri e of a fortnight's standing talk of t a
|And, in consequence, a great many other people besides himself believed in him|
. But to return. Know ... Nor am I to be daunted by the fact that you have been so
good a lover as to make your wife happy. You may not be ... Leave out all flirting,
all precarious engagements, all unhappy Carriages, anc presuppose a sweet,
lovable woman, contentedly married to a real man—a man who truly loves, even
if he has not completely mastered the gentle art 0' love-making. No skeleton in