So, like I said, I know this is a little bit of an odd question. I want your number because I want to call you, but I don’t want to call you because I want to call you. If you don’t want to call me, then I don’t want to call you. That’s how I feel. But I feel the same way about getting your number.
Yeah, you can only get his number or mine if you tell him it’s your number, and it’ll be the first thing he sees if he calls you. It’s probably best if you don’t give it to him in the first place.
Well, if you give your number to a guy, you may or may not get his number. I know it sounds like a stupid reason, but I can’t think of a better reason than that. A guy can get a lot of attention from his friends if he knows he has a girl’s number. I have a girl’s number too, so the least I can do is give her mine. It was a good way to keep mine away from Colt, as well.
There is a good reason why guys only want to give their number to other guys, too. It makes it seem like we’re cool, normal guys. It also gets us laid, which is the point of giving your number.
I have a number, too. I just got it from my best friend. He told me about it, so I know. I don’t have a number, but I do have a girlfriend, so it’s not like I don’t have any friends. It’s just the way I live my life that makes me not want to give someone mine.
Colt doesn’t really have a choice about the number he gives out, but you can try turning it into a more serious offer of friendship. If you want to, you can call Colt and tell him you’re going to hang out and maybe he’d be interested in coming out to your house with you.
I had assumed Colt was a bit of a jerk, but I can see how it is that he has a friend who is willing to act like an asshole so that he can get him a better number. If Colt was willing to go out of his way to get this number, it makes sense he would get more offers of friendship from his family members than from strangers.
The only person Colt really wants to hang out with is Molloy, and it isn’t because he wants to kill Molloy. Colt is a straight shooter, and he’s always wanted to live next door to his dad, but when that job fell through, he was so angry with Molloy that he decided to go and live with someone else. Colt has a very good reason for wanting to hang out with Molloy, but it isn’t completely altruistic.
It’s a very small island, so with only a few people around, Colt needs to make a big move. The only way he can do that is by getting everyone to move on to new locations. But Colt is not in a hurry. He is very, very good at being in a hurry.
The only way to be sure is to get the first two people and then make sure that people who want to get out of the house are also there for his party. If they aren’t there, he doesn’t need to get out of the house.