the optimum distance someone walking in the opposite direction should be before one smiles at them. if too far, there is an awkward few metres trying to avoid eye contact, if too close they may think you are shunning them. get this right, and stage one of rapport building is complete.
person 1: mate, i had a m-ssively awkward moment the other day…
person 2: what happened?
person 1: well, i saw this girl i know at the other side of the park coming toward me; naturally i smiled and waved.
person 2: so, what was the problem?
person 1: well, she smiled back, but we were still separated by a good fifty metres. i didn’t want to keep eye contact because that would have looked weird, and i could hardly smile again; i just had to look at the floor for a little while… was so awkward…
person 2: ah i see, cl-ssic example of not leaving an appropriate greeting distance.
high cl-ss hoochie mommas girls who are high cl-ss and party hard =] mayra and brandi are hchms!!! fo sho
- head navigator
a head navigator is somebody that c-cks their head when turning a vehicle. try walking around a corner with your head c-cked. it f-ck-ng doesn’t help, so why the f-ck do it while you’re driving? check out the head navigator making the right turn. notice the head c-cked to the right at 30 degrees. the […]
the name used for a ‘tag along’ in britain. stop following me henson! a girl with a great personality. she may come across as shy sometimes but when you get to know her, she is loving, caring, and determined. she loves to sing, act, and dance. henson is fun-loving and isn’t afraid to be herself. […]
1. term to describe that rare type of woman who delights in being a truly independent individual; often breaks conventions; intelligient; bold; personification of cool and cl-ssy 2. may come off as hard-edged or cold but p-ssionate with men who deserve it 3. common characteristics: slender frame, powerful voice, untamed hair, fierce eyes actress katharine […]
(pr-nounced who-goors)originating from the term “jug”, describing the female “racks”, or br–sts. usually used to describe the large, voluptuous variety l.d. whispered, “yo matt, check out them jugors”.