"I love cans."
@Pyruvate Ahahahahahaha love it
I said it, fuck it!
Or just say "I like music a lot and I'm willing to pay for high quality reproduction." Sound passionate about what you listen to and talk to her about interesting music and what she likes to listen to.
My wife was amazed this was even a thing, but as long as she knows her cans are the best and most valued, is all good.
Tell her you are into music. Let her listen with you to music and keep it simple. When you start sharing music because she likes it you might end up with more than a casual friendship.
This status was kind of a semi-joke, but yes, music is what started it here. It's always an awesome way to start a connection with someone. When I think more about it now, audio equipement can actually impress girls, since they mostly have never heard that kind of a sound.
We've all been wondering this very thing. It's an age-old question. I think they used to say "Want to come up and see my etchings?"
I told a girl I used to do martial arts and she tried a leg sweep from capoeira. Planning on another date...
Oh-hoh-hoh-hoah, Everybody was kung fu fighting
Zerodeefx took the words out of my mouth, that's exactly what I do, and they might laugh a bit at the the cost, but they do usually appreciate the sound quality and try to listen other times after that haha
Women have their own hobbies. It's a great thing, because then they don't begrudge us ours (as long as we're respectful of theirs).
Yeah, definitely reciprocate respect. My fiancé spends her expendable income on food, beauty products and clothing/shoes. The average guy thinks "why spend $x on a shirt/shoe/foundation?" but the average woman would say the same about your audio devices. What serves a simple function to you ("is it good enough? great") is a very nuanced niche to her (like headphones for us - has to do more than just work).
I'm not sure any setence that includes "I'm willing to pay for high quality reproduction" is going to go over well.
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