No, not at all, flagirl.
Simple bilingual* "de mauvais goût" joke - excuse me !
I just wanted to say that sentence may be rather explosive.
To be pa
rdoned, I have prepared a little Love toolbox for you, c
ontaining The Preliminary Works,The Killing Answer, The Ultimate Try, The Seducted Seducer, The Big Alternative, The Very Common Way and The Much Appreciated Extra.
1st Tool : The Preliminary Works
. eyeliner, at least
. perfume (not much, if you aren't accustomed to it
. lipstick (light, if not accustomed to it
. wearing (comportment? demeanor? what you wear? how you wear it? Strange word choice?)
and behaviour : at
the same time elegant and natural...
........You know all that
2d Tool : The Killing Answer
If you follow proposal #40
, maybe he'll try to change the natural progression/flow
"Oh, tu parles français, maintenant ?""Hey, do you speak French now ?" or something like that.
Just answer slowly "No - it's love", and move
closer to him
3d Tool : The Ultimate Try
If nothing happens at all, you can try to fall down unconscious, if the nervous tension is too strong for you - I'm not sure if this would suit
4th Tool : The Seducted Seducer
Find his interest poles (? points of interest?)
and question him about them
. Show him exactly
how interested you are in him
(better if you really are, of course), and
how smart, brilliant, fascinating he is. Drink his words, as we say in French ; when your mouth (and perhaps your body) is near enough to
his, maybe something will
happen - if not, don't worry, you'll get another occasion : he loves your conversation !
For example, propose that
he teach you
5th Tool : The Big Alternative
him to participate in
any kind of close-combat play, from judo to catch. The best is probably, if you're young enough, play tag (or tig), since it allows you to vary the battlefield. When you're
both well exhausted, if he doesn't take the initiative, you can.
6th Tool : The Very Common Way
Come on, dance with him ! A nice slow one
after three very lively rocks...
invented to bring bodies close together
(NB. je m'aperçois au passage que la langue anglaise, qui rassemble la quasi totalité des vocabulaires germanique et latin, n'a pas de mot pour dire "rapprocher", ni d'ailleurs "se rapprocher de" - significatif, non ?)
7th Tool : The Much Appreciated Extra
To learn French, of course
! (I feel like "effectivement" is a faux ami here, though I can't think of the right word in English)
* we could make another one here
with this word, couldn't we ?
NB1. I'd be happy if anybody would correct my probably numerous mistakes...
NB2. pour AgnèsE. : peut-être une partie de ceci vous paraîtra-t-elle intéressante pour le fil "Langages de l'amour". Ce n'est pas du français, certes ; c'est du latin
- ou plutôt de l'international !
Mais cela peut aider l'un(e) ou l'autre, je crois. A côté des expressions (classées, n'est-ce pas, en catégories musico-rigolotes) on pourrait donc peut-être avoir une "Toolbox" de ce genre...