Whispering In her Ear

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
If an attractive girl (that recently met) and I are sitting on the edge of my bed, I know that it would be advisable for me to start whispering in her ear. Would you be so kind as to give me a number of examples of things to whisper in her ear to make her laugh and get really happy?

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Wow, who told you this rule??? That is too funny :) Every single human being is different, with a different sense of humor and different outlook on life!! There is no cookie cutter one-size-fits-all phrasebook! Wouldn't that be REALLY sad, if every single girl out there was exactly the same?

This girl you are talking to is SPECIAL and UNIQUE. The things SHE wants to hear are not necessarily the things another girl wants to hear! And YOUR job as the flirter is to KNOW what sorts of things she enjoys. Hopefully you've actually gotten to know this girl before you're sitting on the bed with her. So you know what her hobbies, interests and sense of humor are!!

Maybe she likes jokes about horses. Maybe she likes jokes about religion! Maybe she hates jokes about kids. Maybe she likes romantic sayings and hates jokes! There is no way anybody else knows what she likes - the person who knows these things is YOU. So the fact that you are asking a complete stranger "what she likes" is not a good sign. Why don't YOU know what she likes because you are flirting with her? Aren't you talking to her in the first place and learning about her, so that you can flirt with her in a way she enjoys?

-- from Jenn
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