The permutations then play out over the course of the evening.
(This last one always gets more laughs from women than from men – I wonder why? So although the dialogue is snappy, funny, explicit and occasionally moving, what you miss is a sense of compassion, the quality of pity.
While many might roll their eyes and claim to find them corny, according to a survey two-thirds of the fairer sex secretly appreciate questions such as, ‘Did it hurt when you fell out of heaven? I have had a really bad day and it always makes me feel better to see a pretty girl smile.