|Ah yess, some more old gold - come here as a one stop shop for wisdom, guidance and smoothness
>Ee grasshoppers and whippersnappers, ye all listen here.
>You've done the right thing coming here for advice........
>An old classic.
>As you are belaying her on that grade 30 that you are both redpointing (which you offered to put the draws on), you pull out a picnic hamper that you had cached at the cliffs the night before. If you can afford it buy bottled wine instead of cask. If the budget is tight I recommend the Queen Adelaide Cabernet Sauvignon - at most grog shops you can get it for under $10. A decent cheese, a brie or castello or the like and crackers. Olives, antipasto, etc - You can get all of that in a jar from the supermarket for about $6-$7. If you want to make her feel really special, try bringing along a small tape player with some nice mood music - if you can fit it in the hamper. put your arm around her as the sun sets.
>She should be really impressed by that. In the small talk that follows she should be coming around to your charms. Make sure you look at her when she is talking, nod as if you understand, look serious when she's serious, and likewise, laugh at her when she says something funny - use her laugh as the cue.
>Then, on the way home, stop by the old swamp, and, you brought all the gear so you can camp. However, only take one sleeping bag and mat. That's the key, it never fails.