You have to be witty, playful and charming in just a sentence or two, and once sent, there's no way to take a text back. When you're trying to think of something flirty to text your crush, you should try to think of something no one else but you could say.
This will pique the interest of your crush and will make her more likely to respond to you right away.
Do you know the essential difference between sex and conversation?
I want to tell them I have found a Sight of outstanding natural beauty. My friend thinks you're hot, and if it's any consolation so do I. Given that God is infinite, and that the universe is also infinite, would you like a shag?
To celebrate a new university year, and all that means in terms of the flirting and the kissing, the birds and the bees, we've stretched the concept of Thrifty Fun (well flirting is free...) and compiled 69 chat up lines that are especially suited for student use.
These aren't just for boys, girls can use them too.
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...
) 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. Hi, I'm looking to get a Sanskrit tattoo with the phrase "May thought word and deed always be one". एकीभवति is the citation form, the basic dictionary form, which is used here only as a link to the page that will eventually be written.I think its to do with Mansa Vacha Karmana but I don't know what the full phrase should be. एकीभवन्तु is the 3rd-person future plural imperative, so it is the one to use.But also "disposable hand washing liquid" makes sense as it's probably the kind of small bottle you can carry around as I believe is usual for "hand sanitizer". Maybe people use the short version and everybody knows what it means??— hippietrail (talk) , 9 January 2014 (UTC) I'm not sure how to say it concisely in English, but it means 'Project of the Memorial "Peacemaker of Moscow" '.