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Climbing trip used as a date - thoughts? 28-May-2007 At 3:16:21 PM steph
On 28/05/2007 eisbear wrote:
>I believe in the direct approach. I grabbed a guy I liked by the back
>of the pants at a bouldering comp once and said "you're keeping me warm
Wow! Was that a dare or did you actually think it'd work???

>For a more subtle approach - how about a bouldering date? Get him to
>spot you and accidently fall off into his arms a lot :)
Great idea, i like it. Then take him on Spiegel's Overhang for the 2nd date!

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