, let's start with the conclusion: what Huang Weiwen wrote is "the necessity of dating a fuck boy", and the so-called "old-school dating" in the word is completely different from the real old-school. We can admire the lyricist for being out-of-the-ordinary, for being ambitious, but never say he writes old-school romance. The first thing to do is to figure out what "old school" is.
Don't hit me on MSN, don't leave messages on Facebook, and don't use What's App temporarily. Ask me if I'm free. You're going to call me and ask me if I have an appointment on the weekend in three days, if I can meet." At first glance, isn't this old-fashioned restraint just the "hanging high and selling" of "Hong Kong girls"? But in the old-fashioned heart, asking you to make three appointments targeted email list is not to make things difficult for you, but I am also cautious and fearful of love. I am not good at getting along, and I am a little afraid of going out with strangers. Yes, you are unfamiliar, you are unfamiliar even if you haven't entered my heart for a day, even though, in fact, I already have a good impression of you.
I already like you a little bit, but I have to slowly pick up the courage. And be sure to take it slow, watch you slowly, and give me what I want or not to entrust you with for a night (or even a lifetime). So what is being asked of you is what is being asked of me: "You have to be like an old-fashioned gentleman, put on your shirt, shave your beard, put on a grey cardigan and sailing shoes, and come and pick me up at my house. Throw away the studded leather jacket and don't wear it for the rest of your life. Don't use musk or citrus or any scented cologne, I want to smell the soap and shampoo you just took a shower with. Because in a few hours, I'm going to smell like that Go to bed and sleep."