Robots of the Future: Sex Robots???

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Re: Robots of the Future: Sex Robots???

Postby weakmagneto on August 19th, 2012, 2:34 pm 

sponge wrote:
CanadysPeak wrote:For those who seek a sexual partner, please allow an old man to offer some advice. The most effective sexual organ you have is your ear. Listen, really listen, to prospective mates.


I love people that are interested and interesting and I love to talk and listen.
True story…
I once advised a friend who seemed to have problems getting past the first date to take an interest in the girl and ask her about herself. She dumped him for being too nosey.


I like that, a talking and listening sponge!! lol Just an inside joke from the "How would you take over the world" thread. Sorry, I couldn't resist! :D
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Re: Robots of the Future: Sex Robots???

Postby sponge on August 19th, 2012, 3:10 pm 

Just part of the job, weakmagneto. My mission is to listen, learn and return.
(Cool Aliens thread, I think.) :)
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Re: Robots of the Future: Sex Robots???

Postby CanadysPeak on August 19th, 2012, 6:37 pm 

sponge wrote:
CanadysPeak wrote:For those who seek a sexual partner, please allow an old man to offer some advice. The most effective sexual organ you have is your ear. Listen, really listen, to prospective mates.


I love people that are interested and interesting and I love to talk and listen.
True story…
I once advised a friend who seemed to have problems getting past the first date to take an interest in the girl and ask her about herself. She dumped him for being too nosey.


See? He was talking, not listening.
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Re: Robots of the Future: Sex Robots???

Postby sponge on August 20th, 2012, 3:48 pm 

CanadysPeak wrote:See? He was talking, not listening.


You're right! Do you know, I hadn't realised that!
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