That's not the way Charlotte and I went out together. I used none of this sentences on here.
But if I knew them, I would have !
- You're a librarian? I need to visit the library more often.
- I'm a bookworm. Can I get between your covers?
- Knowing you're the librarian just increased my circulation.
- Mind if I check you out?
- Would you like to check me out?
- Can I have your phone number so you can check me out later?
- Come to my room and check me out so I can get checked in to you.
- Meeting you made me realize I was long overdue.
- Have you heard the one about the librarian with more stacks than she could handle?
- You're stacked better than the public library.
- I couldn't help noticing what a great book bag you have.
- You have the tightest bun in the place.
- Mind if I work with your stacks?
- I'd like to use my "Dewey" on you.
- Want to come back to my room and play cataloger? I brought my own Dewey.
- Let's get Dewey!
- I reshelve my own books and I bet I can find a place to fit you in.
- Let's play shelf reading, you be the shelf and I'll jump in.
- Care to slip between the covers with me?
- Let's play closing time at the library. Stand by the door and I'll slam you!
- As a public librarian aren't you supposed to let me in?
- So is it true academic librarians only let scholars in?
- Are you a librarian who believes in open access to your stacks?
- So when's the last time you were "on the desk"?
- What's your call number?
- I'd love to be a page in your section.
- I like your shelves. Can I get a closer look?
- You can classify me in your fantasy collection.
- When I'm through, you'll need to get your bun tightened.
- Are you on interlibrary loan? Because, baby, you're outta this library!
I'll deliver positive results to the right question.
Low, Kathleen. Casanova was a librarian: a light-hearted look at the profession. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co, 2007.