You may be somewhat past playground age, but there are still some games you need to learn how to play. In flirtation, for example, the point isn't to duck the incoming missile. Instead, you learn to take turns tossing questions back and forth. Of course, the real skill you need to learn is simple listening. Once you learn that simple trick, everyone in the game ends up a winner.
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