Lame Flirting Phrases

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As you know, most men are not too creative when it comes to picking up women. Here you can find some classic lame flirting phrases:

1. I’m no Fred Flintstone, but I can make your Bedrock.

2. I lost my number , can i have yours?

3. Did it hurt much when you fell from Heaven?

4. You look like my next girlfriend

5. Haven’t I seen you some place before?

6. Do you have a Band-Aid? Because I just scraped my knee falling for you.

7. I wanna live in your socks so I can be with you every step of the way.

8. Do you know what my shirt is made of? Boyfriend material.

9. Excuse me, but I think I dropped something. MY JAW!

10. My love for you is like diarrhea, I just can’t hold it in.

11. I’m not actually this tall. I’m sitting on my wallet.

12. Your hand looks heavy. Let me hold it for you.

13. Is it hot in here or is it just you?

14. Do your legs hurt from running in my dreams all night?

15. Be good and you’ll be lonely.

16. BITCH also stands for: Beautiful, Intelligent, Talented and Charming Human being!

17. Excuse me, do I need to buy a ticket to look at you?

18. I’m not drunk, I’m just intoxicated by you.

19. What is your first name? Hmm, that kind of goes well with my last name

20. You’re like a candy bar: half sweet and half nuts.

21. You’re so beautiful you made me forget my pick up line.

22. Do you believe in love at first sight, or should I walk by again?

23. People call me John, but you can call me Tonight!

24. Apart from being sexy, what do you do for a living?

25. Baby did you fart, ’cause you blow me away!

26. You’re like a dictionary, you add meaning to my life.

27. I’m invisible. (Really?) Can you see me? (Yes) How about tomorrow night?

28. If looks could kill you would be a weapon of mass destruction.

30. Is your name Summer? ‘Cause you are HOT!

31. Call me Pooh, because all I want is you, honey.

32. You’re single. I’m single. Coincidence? I think not.

33. Allow me to rescue you from your crowd of admirers.

34. Hey baby, lets turn off our firewalls and connect our Ethernet cable.

35. I’m going to go home and have sex with you anyway, so you might as well actually be there.

36. Was that an earthquake, or did you just rock my world?

37. Hey girl, I’m not a photographer, but I can picture me and you together.

38. Aunty Acid’s pick-up line for old people: “Hey good lookin’ – you’d better call the paramedics because I’ve fallen for you – and I can’t get back up!”

The best audio tagger for Linux

I was having a huge dilemma – I can’t give up on Linux and could not find a good audio tagger for Linux. I spent many hours searching for the best alternative to MediaMonkey for Linux and finally I found not just an alternative, but actually a better and faster audio tagger than MediaMonkey.

So…let me present you the best music player and audio tagger for Linux – Juk

What can you do with it? You can edit the main things that people care about when it comes to tagging – change artist, title of the song and filename. What I like about Juk is that I can do all that just by highlighting the song in the playlist.

When I want to edit a song with Juk all I do is change the artist’s name and the title of the song. Then I can simply press CTR-T to save the changes and CTR-R to automatically change the filename to “artist – title.mp3” as I set it up. Of course, you can choose another format if you want, Juk allows customisation. You can set up a large number of shortcuts and you can opt for different views of the player. Another useful feature is that you have both the options to remove the song from the playlist and to delete it completely from the hard drive with either 2 clicks or a simple shortcut that you can set up for it.

The sound is good, I haven’t noticed any bugs at all. The developer made a very good job with and I really appreciate that they offered this extremely useful piece of software for free.

Enable javascript in firefox

I use linux(fedora)now and sometimes one update messes up things, so I need to fix them. I often can’t see videos right or some web pages show up with missing elements. Not anymore since I got a fix.

I wanted to access google drive and I was told I need to enable javascript in firefox 27.0 to do it. I google searched the matter and it seemed to be very easy…except that it wasn’t. Because I use firefox 27.0 – the last version of firefox at this time – the menu is different and all the tutorials on the web instructed me to tick a box that wasn’t there.

How to enable javascript in firefox 27.0:

1. Open a new tab.
2. Type in the address bar “about:config”
3. Click on “I’ll be careful, I promise”
4. Type in the search box “javascript.enabled”
5. Right click on “javascript.enabled” and chose “Toggle”
5. Close the tab. Issue resolved. Mission accomplished 🙂

There is no right path, just options

I used to wonder…what should I do in life? What is the right path to follow? Then I used to find something that worked perfectly for me, improved my life and made me happy and I thought that I found nirvana for everyone, but this was definitely not the case. Even if my way worked smoothly, people want to follow their own path, even if it’s less efficient or even toxic. People have their own standards and I will never be able to estimate correctly the percentage of hatred each person feels for his/her own self so I could personalize my method for each of them to accept it.

You might think that all people want to be happy. This is not true. Humans feel miserable quite often whether they admit it or not and these feelings cancer cells remain hidden in a corner while the individual seems healthy and alive even to himself. The only symptoms are these illogical rejections of options that could make their life better(less pain, less effort, less wasted time etc.) And at the end of the day…who am I to want to cure them? I am no hate healer nor do I want to be. I can provide options, MY options. Weather they chose to follow the things in there or not, that is totally up to them.

There is no connection between us and no common goal for the whole humanity, all we have is a great number of options and a unique number of combinations. Our life is similar to the DNA – our choices are grouped in a string of combinations that could never be the same for 2 individuals. The only difference is that we are not born with our life DNA, we create it as we live and chose specific paths. I also look at the bright side – it’s really hard to change your DNA to have the color of your eyes purple, but it’s definitely not impossible today to be born in a remote, quiet village in Romania and one day just leave everything behind and live with an African guy in Shanghai to see a mutation in your life’s DNA.



Today I made up my mind and started learning HTML5 from this guy’s tutorial on youtube. He has a nice voice and explains everything in a very clear manner and a high video quality.

I wanted the best editor around and I found it: . At the first sight it looks like a simple and fast editor, but if you add to it you get a SUPER EDITOR! I started to learn programming for some years and every time I gave up because it was overwhelming…I learned the basic notions of html, php, python, java, java script and c++. HTML5 is different – it’s actually accessible for people with little prior knowledge about programming as myself.

I am really excited about my first lessons in HTML5 and I am confident things will get better this time. It’s nice to see that there are so many free tutorials out there and that people are willing to sacrifice their time and resources to help others. It restores my faith in humanity 🙂