Since the medium's inception, movie characters have given us a wealth of romantic remarks custom-built to help one score with a would-be significant other—or, at least, chip away at the ice enough to allow for further chit-chat and drinks. Not that you should try to replicate all of these lines, mind you. Other more realistic teenage-oriented films included Tex (1982) with Matt Dillon, Baby, It's You (1983) with Rosanna Arquette, and director Martha Coolidge's Valley Girl (1983) with Nicolas Cage and Deborah Foreman. You don't know how long I've waited for this moment." After unzipping his fly, she told him: "There's another thing I've been dying to do." Unfortunately, it was all an imaginary fantasy in his head.
Oh, I know, it's because I don't have a thing, right? The exercise session was followed by an extended nude shower scene. Do you think I should send away for one of those bust developers?
Elon was smiling awkwardly, two chocolate-chip ice cream cones dripping down his hands. He was a scientific type, at home with numbers, commerce, and logic.
I was not the only woman he pursued, but even after he transferred to Wharton he kept sending roses.
I said yes, but then blew him off with a note on my dorm-room door.
Several hours later, my head bent over my Spanish text in an overheated room in the student center, I heard a polite cough behind me.