), the best boat (he vacationed on a 282-foot yacht, the ), the best plane, and the most magnificent dresses on the most beautiful wife. He didn't seem to understand the ways of the truly rich and powerful, the art of understatement. Someone who is not too fastidious to do what it takes to win and accomplish this.
He was braggadocious, boastful; his preening ostentation seemed to know no bounds. Trump's flaunting material goods is reminiscent of the excesses described by Thorsten Veblen during the Gilded Age -- 1880 to 1900 -- when titans showed off their social status with flamboyant displays of conspicuous consumption: grandiose mansions, private railroad cars and the like. Trump, who is fundamentally a nativist, opposed the Iraq War and called it folly. He doesn't say these words of course, but this is what he means.
Only if she’s Dutch or Portuguese, should he say: “You have beautiful ears.” Researchers measured the success rate of each line by seeing if they prompted any response at all and their success at instigating a longer conversation.
“You have beautiful eyes” was by far the most used compliment, picked by almost a quarter of all men, but only the third most successful.
Inevitably all of us will be crushed by disappointment from time to time when a chosen paramour rejects us with a single, cutting remark.
However, we are almost certain here at Flavorpill that having a background in literature will work in your favor, whether you find yourself pining at a bar, a café, or at an awkward house party filled with graduate students clutching red plastic cups — their eyes glazing over as another person enters the throng and attempts to discuss his thesis on Levinas’s idea of irreducible relations. Lawrence When you’re encouraging the flame: “Be still when you have nothing to say; when genuine passion moves you, say what you’ve got to say, and say it hot.” 3.