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Sandra Bullock's 'flower mantra' to make men jealous!
Washington | June 24, 2006 1:17:18 PM IST
 
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One way to grab a man's attention is to make him jealous, and actress Sandra Bullock apparently has expertise in making a smart use of such a tactic.The beautiful star of "The Speed" once ordered five dozen long-stemmed roses and had them sent to herself in order to capture the attention of a potential suitor. Sandra was convinced the lavish bouquets from a mystery man would turn her would be boyfriend green with envy.

"I have no problem talking about a very shallow, needy time in my life. There was a guy I was really crazy about, but he would only give me the time of day when it was convenient," Contactmusic quoted him, as saying.

"I ordered five dozen roses and put them in my house with cards. I sent them to myself because I knew he was coming by to drop off some keys. He left and I got a call from him right away! That's what depressed me - it worked! she added.

"We ended up dating for a very long time. I was sad about my actions and that I had to stoop to that level and it worked! "And It was expensive! I had no money!" Bullock concluded, as saying.(ANI)

 

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