A guy enters a busy, crowded pub and pushes his way up to the front of the bar. Diagonally across the divide he spies a voluptuous but surprisingly innocent looking woman. Inexplicably no one's initiating contact, though not for a lack of staring. Feeling empowered, the man decides to improvise and do something uncharacteristic of him. He reaches out and grabs a bar napkin and scribbles something witty and topical supplemented by an offer to buy her a drink. It takes a few words, but the man is able to sell a bartender on delivering his note to the woman. After receiving it and one overing it, the woman doesn't play coy and begins to push her own way through the crowded area and makes her way over to the man. Formal introductions are had, the two chat it up for some time, and ultimately they have that drink. Suddenly and seemingly against the direction of where the conversation had been headed, the girl apologizes but states she has to go meet her friends. She grabs a napkin of her own, takes a pen from her purse, and scribbles something, ostensibly a phone number. The guy takes it from her feeing victorious. He heads back into the fray to attempt to procure a victory spirit. As he waits to place his order, he glances down and opens the napkin revealing the following:â†µ
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