Person Who Can’t Take A Hint Being Flirted With
“Are you the reason for global warming because you’re so hot” “Actually that’s not how global warming works”
Knows random facts about everything except that the other person is literally in love with them
“Hey good lookin’” “hello Charles! If you’ve forgotten my name you can ask again you know”
Actually really cute, like unknowingly attractive, obliviously gorgeous, unwittingly charming
“Well here I am. What are your two other wishes?” “See now you’re implying that genies are real again and we’ve already had a discussion after we watched Aladdin that it was fiction to entertain children”
Probably scrunches his nose in confusion every-time he’s asked out.
“That’s not what I meant Oliver! I just rubbed the lamp to confirm anyways” “I would feel better if you said it” “fine. Genies. Aren’t. Real”
Hid behind S/O at grocery store because the ‘seems-like-jock’ guy was being ‘uncharacteristically friendly’ and was afraid he would be kidnapped . ‘Oliver you’re twenty-six I don’t think he wants to kidnap you’
“Are you a time traveler? Cause I see you in my future” “well of course you do, we have a law binding contract that requires us to work together for the next three years. Did you not read the contract before signing it? You know that’s a terrible habit you’re going to get scammed one day! Honestly Charles.”
Rambles about everything
“I’m romantically into you, can we go out on a date?” “You are?! Oh um I yeah let’s go, I like you too.”
“Why didn’t you tell me soone- ouch what was that for?!”
I think it's funny that when I was a child everything was written in the masculine and it was inferred that it included feminine.
Then they started writing things like "s/he" (I assume in English anyway, I have actually seen "s/he" written somewhere recently. Everythingg was in French for me as a child so it was words written like "étudiant(e)" for example).
For a while people wrote "him or her".
Now commonly it is flat out written in it's longest possible form (repetitive) with the feminine preceding the masculine.
Is this the reparation feminists wanted? It doesn't mean anything except waste way more space, paper and ink. It's completely illusory.