He urged both men and women to avoid the pitfalls of sin, which violate religious codes of conduct.
During the radio session, he cited incidents where women had virtually spoken to men on the Web to give advice on certain issues, only to have the men become attached to them. Al-Mutlaq’s advice evoked several varied responses on Twitter.
Girls, if you’re looking to meet a guy it is very rare that a solo guy will grab your attention, it applies to men as well.
If you’re a man and think that a girl will talk to you alone you’re most likely wrong.
None of the men indicated that this had led to anything more than a telephone conversation.
One survey participant left his car in a lot with a “for sale” sign on the window and his phone number attached.
Al-Mutlaq alluded to a Prophetic saying that asserts that “a man and a woman cannot unite without having Satan in their midst” to drive home his point.
He winks at her and throws the piece of paper on the floor, hoping the girl collects it when no one is watching.
A quicker approach is the “drive-by method,” where the man shouts a compliment out his car window and then throw his digits onto the street before he peels away.
All you have to do is answer a couple of simple questions and you’re ready to go.
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