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It's a cheesy and uncomfortable throw away that makes you feel awkward, and to which there is no way to respond. She's forced to meet your eye and is put on the spot in the worst way possible. It's a snap one-sided judgement that isn't necessarily reciprocated. Sure, it's slightly less flattering (and far more uncomfortable) than flirting. She's obliged to smile politely, pretend to be flattered, and ask you how your evening's going. Can't give you that but how about something to drink? Actually it's a collective no from the entire female population. It's fun and cheeky and gives you that tight-chested-adrenaline-fuelled-tummy-churning feeling that's just the best. When you dig deep enough, it's the founding bedrock of every marriage, every relationship, and certainly of every one night stand. If you think you're being clever by flirting with your bartender, you're not. Born and raised in Shanghai, Vicky Feng is a journalist and writer living in Hong Kong.She studied journalism at Baptist University and Chinese language and literature in Shanghai.Most of these Oz-adopted words are British, the peoples who most influenced the formation of the unique culture that is today's Australia.
Then we spotted Paloma Faith rocking it on The Voice teamed with a patent pink skirt and stacked heels in a way only she can, and we knew we had to have it!Her move is like that of more than 400,000 Chinese students who have chosen to study in Japan since the early 1980s.