A guy wearing Harvard t-shirt is enjoying a cup of coffee in a coffee shop in a mall with his 2-month old baby girl. The mom's shopping somewhere upstairs; but she could also be shopping somewhere in Orchard Road, no one can presume. Which kind of signaling do you think happened?
A. From the guy's perspective:
- I'm straight, don't bother to approach (if we're talking about Blok M Plaza, this is very relevant. Not that there's anything wrong with not being straight, as Jerry Seinfeld once said...).
- I'm happily married, don't bother to approach.
- Look at me, I'm a perfect husband and dad. Aren't I interesting?
- Look at me, my wife told me to stay here while she's shopping, and I do what she said...
- Look at my dad. He went to Harvard, so I'll go there under the legacy admission.
- Look at my dad. He went to Harvard. He must be rich and so must I (am I?).
- Look at my dad. He went to Harvard. Don't bother approac hme if you're not that smart.
- By the way, my dad went to Harvard under scholarships, so he's not that rich. That's why we only go to this mall.
- My husband's not available. Our baby is the territorialmarking.
- I have a submissive husband. He'd like to sit our baby while I'm shopping.
- Any other ideas...?