June 2010
Diva;Jun2010, Issue 169, p93
The article offers insights on the greatest sex chat lines that can turn on a woman in a conversation. It mentions that simple hello and a smile go a long way these days and there is nothing wrong with making a girl laugh. It also notes that any cheesy will work as long as it is self mocking but some girls do not like chat-up lines.


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