About 3,180 results
|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 else to ...
When a flirt fishes for a man, she fishes merely for the sport. A flirt is usually less ...
|Unknown, Source Caution is a most valuable asset in fishing, especially if you |
are the fish. - Unknown, Source A flatterer is one ... Unknown, Source When a flirt
fishes for a man, she fishes merely for the sport. - Unknown, Source Some people
|FLIRT FLIRT of the human species, who dresses himself like a doll and who |
carries his character on his back. ... She is the one who, when she fishes for a
man, fishes merely for FLUFF FLYING CARPET the sport; who always notices a
|The hardest task of a girl's life, nowadays, is to prove to a man that his intentions |
are serious. - Rowland, Helen Why does a man ... Saint-Exupery, Antoine De
When a flirt fishes for a man, she fishes merely for the sport. - Unknown, Source
|She closes the front door and then the wrought-iron gate in front of it, squinting as |
though threading a needle as she fishes for the lock with the key hanging on a
lanyard around her neck. ... If only the bread were as good as it smelled. ... a
young woman in a simple white sundress with a pattern of purple and green
leaves flirts with a man who sports a neatly trimmed mustache and is selling
papayas. She ...
|Out of the water, the man would kneel on the bank with the rod between his legs, |
steady the trout (native trout), unhook the fly from its white upper lip (she feels no
pain, he assured me), then return the fish cradled in both hands to the river (let ...
It wasn't until he slipped with his tongue and said, I made love to you because it
was the only way I knew h o\v to reel you in. ... To fish is to flirt. To flirt is to fish. ls
this the sporting nature of love? Lips to water. We kiss. \\'/'e bite the hidden barb.
|nomy of Fish, bent reproachfully, thoug more in sorrow than in anger, upon her. |
... She hastened forward, and without venturing another glance, entered the
carriage. ... But what of that little flirt, Julia P" exclaims some maid of many years.
... She might have a slight shade of coquetry in her composition, but it was very
slight; and then she was an only child, ... But Fish~the meek, the modest, the
unobtrusive :-yes, she must in sport have angled for Fish 1 Some tempting bait
or other ...
|lint a man came along With a line and hook so strong And caught the little fish|
very neatly. ... And he can stay in the water for hours if only his sharp nose is
sticking up an inch lbot'e the surface somewhere near the ... except when the
animal makes a grab for a crawfish. generally with his right fore paw, when the
tail gives a nervous flirt. ... When Gertrude went to Long Branch she was pale and
thin. her voice was weak, her eyes were dim, and her little feet seemed tired and
|nomy of Fish, bent reproachfully, though '* more in sorrow than in anger," upon |
her. It was too much. She hastened forward, and without venturing another
glance, entered the carriage. Frank, who appeared most insultingly happy,
bowed to ...