Lame Flirting Phrases

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As you know, most men are not too creative when it comes to picking up women. Here you can find some classic lame flirting phrases:

1. I’m no Fred Flintstone, but I can make your Bedrock.

2. I lost my number , can I have yours?

3. Did it hurt much when you fell from Heaven?

4. You look like my next girlfriend

5. Haven’t I seen you some place before?

6. Do you have a Band-Aid? Because I just scraped my knee falling for you.

7. I wanna live in your socks so I can be with you every step of the way.

8. Do you know what my shirt is made of? Boyfriend material.

9. Excuse me, but I think I dropped something. MY JAW!

10. My love for you is like diarrhea, I just can’t hold it in.

11. I’m not actually this tall. I’m sitting on my wallet.

12. Your hand looks heavy. Let me hold it for you.

13. Is it hot in here or is it just you?

14. Do your legs hurt from running in my dreams all night?

15. Be good and you’ll be lonely.

16. BITCH also stands for: Beautiful, Intelligent, Talented and Charming Human being!

17. Excuse me, do I need to buy a ticket to look at you?

18. I’m not drunk, I’m just intoxicated by you.

19. What is your first name? Hmm, that kind of goes well with my last name

20. You’re like a candy bar: half sweet and half nuts.

21. You’re so beautiful you made me forget my pick up line.

22. Do you believe in love at first sight, or should I walk by again?

23. People call me John, but you can call me Tonight!

24. Apart from being sexy, what do you do for a living?

25. Baby did you fart, ’cause you blow me away!

26. You’re like a dictionary, you add meaning to my life.

27. I’m invisible. (Really?) Can you see me? (Yes) How about tomorrow night?

28. If looks could kill you would be a weapon of mass destruction.

30. Is your name Summer? ‘Cause you are HOT!

31. Call me Pooh, because all I want is you, honey.

32. You’re single. I’m single. Coincidence? I think not.

33. Allow me to rescue you from your crowd of admirers.

34. Hey baby, lets turn off our firewalls and connect our Ethernet cable.

35. I’m going to go home and have sex with you anyway, so you might as well actually be there.

36. Was that an earthquake, or did you just rock my world?

37. Hey girl, I’m not a photographer, but I can picture me and you together.

38. Aunty Acid’s pick-up line for old people: “Hey good lookin’ – you’d better call the paramedics because I’ve fallen for you – and I can’t get back up!”

How to restore a removed app logged in with Facebook

Activated removed app logged in with Facebook

It’s easy to make an app active again to be able to log in with your Facebook account after you removed its permissions on Facebook. Here is my case study…

I installed Outfit Swipe, a free fashion app available in Google Play and I signed up using my Facebook account. I revoked its permissions by mistake while updating my security settings on Facebook and then I couldn’t log into the app using my Facebook account anymore. I checked my Facebook profile settings and I saw my app listed under the Removed tab. I tried everything possible on Facebook, but there is no way to un-remove apps using the tools in the Facebook’s interface.

To make the app show up under the Active tab again, I went to Outfit Swipe’s page on Google Play and I reinstalled the app. Then I pressed the button “continue with Facebook” and allowed the app to log me in with my Facebook account.

After I reloaded the Facebook settings page in the screen capture above, I noticed that the app vanished from the Removed apps list and was automatically transferred to the Active apps list.


You might be asking…what could I say about the F-word that you don’t already know? Well…I’m not avoiding to say the F-word because I am shy, but because that is exactly how the CNC programmers call it and not one of them are embarassed to use it!

In G-Code, the programming language used by people to control CNC machines, we have words and addresses. So, if I write F850 in a G-Code editor, the letter F is the word, the number is the address. The CNC machine will move at 850 millimeters per minute(if it’s set up to use the International System of Units and it’s used for milling). The F-word actually comes from feed rate.

Funny fact: the F-word is a common word for Romanian people. In Romanian, fuck (pronounced exactly like in English, but written “fac“) means “I do” or “I make”, depending on the context. So, any Romanian trying to be cool by swearing in English is automatically lame.

Control + F5 – Reload web pages and see changes

I use CTRL + F5 in Windows to reload a web page and see the changes that I just made in WordPress. Especially for WordPress themes and plugins translations, it’s very helpful to see if you translated the words in the right place, since the same words can be found in several places.