”; “Life or death decision: crunchy or smooth peanut butter?
Take it or leave it.' It's pathetically indulgent, and no-one likes a smart-arse. The creative guy“Premium Cat Facts available on request. I have ten suits so I make a great plus one for your summer weddings. Tell me where you need residency, and I’ll marry you there to get you in.” The funny guy"Med student and dog lover. The winky face is NEVER allowed on social media unless it is deeply ironic and your friends already know you have other assets to make up for this character fault.
I enjoy exploring, eating out, meeting new people and, and the Oxford comma. And it goes without saying, it is never acceptable to use with strangers, or even three dates down the line. The alternative: Don’t even start with a “hey, hi, hello” or any form of greeting. Plus, it’s hardly going to leave her gagging for more. Why are you pretending you’re meeting organically in a bar?
Personal assistant Ele's most effective openers have one thing in common — peanut butter.
Some of her most successful icebreakers include “Life or death decision: peanut butter or Nutella?
Any bio that states your job, height, university, address and siblings is an immediate turn-off.