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    What does this sentence mean exactly?

    Hello!

    What does this sentence mean exactly?

    It has always been you.

    In which context can I use it?

    Thank you very much...

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    Re: What does this sentence mean exactly?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nicky_K View Post
    Hello!

    What does this sentence mean exactly?

    It has always been you.

    In which context can I use it?

    Thank you very much...
    Hi Nicky_K,

    Taken just as you've written it here, this sentence expresses endearment for someone. It's another way of saying
    "You're the one for me."
    "You're the one I love."

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    RonBee, the best pickup line I ever heard was said by my mother many years ago: "Amigo, you better pickup all of the junk in your room or I'm going to tell your dad when he gets home tonight!"

    Cheers,
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    Re: What does this sentence mean exactly?

    Can you please elaborate what is a "Pickup line"?

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    Re: What does this sentence mean exactly?

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    Can you please elaborate what is a "Pickup line"?
    SUDH, obviously you do not hang out in pubs and taverns! A 'pickup line' is what a guy would say to a girl when he is trying to make a connection with her. Most pickup lines are pretty corny but occassionaly you will come across a good line or two: "If I told you that you had a beautiful body would you hold it against me?"

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    Re: What does this sentence mean exactly?

    Quote Originally Posted by amigos4 View Post
    SUDH, obviously you do not hang out in pubs and taverns! A 'pickup line' is what a guy would say to a girl when he is trying to make a connection with her. Most pickup lines are pretty corny but occassionaly you will come across a good line or two: "If I told you that you had a beautiful body would you hold it against me?"
    Amigos, in India, we do not have a pub culture. Drunkards are usually found around government's licensed wine shops. And women rarely go into that locality, forget about entering the wine-shop. And I also avoid such localities while commuting. Though the State governments earn more than 60% of their revenue by levying Excise duty on wine.


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    Best pick-up line :-

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by SUDHKAMP View Post
    Amigos, in India, we do not have a pub culture. Drunkards are usually found around government's licensed wine shops. And women rarely go into that locality, forget about entering the wine-shop. And I also avoid such localities while commuting. Though the State governments earn more than 60% of their revenue by levying Excise duty on wine.
    SUDH, one does not need to partake of spirits to advance a classy pickup line! I can envision you sitting next to a gorgeous gal in the library or at a church social:
    SUDH turns to the girl sitting next to him and says... "I'm not really this tall....I'm sitting on my wallet." Or: "You know what? Your eyes are the same color as my Porsche."

    If those pickup lines don't work, you could always say: "Hi, my name is Nain! I'm a legend in my own mind!"

    Cheers,
    Amigo

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    Re: What does this sentence mean exactly?

    Quote Originally Posted by amigos4 View Post
    SUDH, one does not need to partake of spirits to advance a classy pickup line! I can envision you sitting next to a gorgeous gal in the library or at a church social:
    SUDH turns to the girl sitting next to him and says... "I'm not really this tall....I'm sitting on my wallet." Or: "You know what? Your eyes are the same color as my Porsche."

    If those pickup lines don't work, you could always say: "Hi, my name is Nain! I'm a legend in my own mind!"

    Cheers,
    Amigo
    May I use this line,
    "I'm amigos, are you doing fine"?

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