Recently, Paul Wassana interpreted what was meant as "you are a jerk" into "I want your body" and said I was coming onto him, so I feel the need to help clueless people understand the difference between "I want you" and "You're an idiot." (for those who don't know, the first statement is positive. The second one is negative) 1. You should apologize. NOT A COME ON Hey, what say we get together and read Song of Solomon 8:7 together? COME ON ALERT! 2. You should get along good with ____ (name another person who is being a moron) NOT A PICK-UP LINE! Yo baby. You bring your King James, I'll bring my NIV, and together we'll make a brand new version! DEBATABLE! They're either heading towards liberalism or they're gonna try to get you alone with nothing but a concordance and a cup of communion wine. 3. Quit sending me pm's, you creepy son of a Methodist! THIS DOES NOT MEAN THE PERSON IS ATTRACTED TO YOU! I really like you and think we should get together. THIS CAN PROPERLY AND CLEARLY BE ATTRACTION! (unless they add "in order to lead the choir together at the end. Then it is NOT a pick-up line, just for clarification) I hope this helps someone.