"A Guy Stopped Me For My Digits, I Wish I Gave Him My Number"- Lady Narrates
By ItsOfficial | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 21 views
These days men have developed interesting methods of flirting with women or asking them on a date. It is important to be bold and natural when making an advance to a lady but, indeed, some ladies are not accommodating enough and always reject advances from men without giving them a chance.
A lady on Twitter has narrated her encounter with a guy who gave a very good line of words to convince her into giving him her number. He came to her and told her that his phone was faulty. When the lady asked what she could do to help, he said it was faulty because it didn't have her phone number in it. However, the lady just smiled and left without giving him her phone number.
This got a lot of reactions from social media users and below are some of them:
It would have been a better moment if the lady had given him her phone number but it is her choice and she doesn't have to be blamed for it. The fact that the lady regretted not giving him her phone number shows how smart the guy was in asking for her phone number.
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