[Callers] Callers Digest, Vol 38, Issue 15

Martha Wild mawild at sbcglobal.net
Thu Oct 18 22:52:27 PDT 2007


I like to say that whoever is doing the taking "lures" the other  
person back to their side, or entrances, or enchants, etc., and that  
the other person resists the awesome power, or I'll say "be coy"  
which inevitably leads to people doing fish imitations.


On Oct 18, 2007, at 9:00 AM, callers-request at sharedweight.net wrote:

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> From: "Jerome Grisanti" <jerome.grisanti at gmail.com>
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>  Bob Isaacs wrote:
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> I use terms such as "play hard to get" for those crossing the set,  
> and "turn
>> on the charm" for those on the receiving side.  Anyone else have  
>> some good
>> lines for this one?
>>
>> One of my favorite descriptive lines for potentially flirtatious  
>> moves is
> "the boy chases the girl until she catches him." Of course, you can  
> use
> gents and ladies or men and women. And it can be she chasing and him
> catching, but you get the idea.
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> Jerome Grisanti
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> Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2007 14:53:46 -0400
> From: Joy Greenwolfe <joy2the at mindspring.com>
> Subject: Re: [Callers] Give & Take teaching lines WAS: A New Dance
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>>  Bob Isaacs wrote:
>>
>> I use terms such as "play hard to get" for those crossing the set,
>> and "turn
>>> on the charm" for those on the receiving side.  Anyone else have
>>> some good
>>> lines for this one?
>>>
>
>> On Oct 17, 2007, at 2:45 PM, Jerome Grisanti wrote:
>>> One of my favorite descriptive lines for potentially flirtatious
>>> moves is
>> "the boy chases the girl until she catches him." Of course, you can
>> use
>> gents and ladies or men and women. And it can be she chasing and him
>> catching, but you get the idea.
>
> I can't remember from where/who I got this, but I often use the line
> that it's especially fun if/traditional that "the ladies resist just
> enough to make it interesting."
>
> Joy Greenwolfe
> Durham, NC
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