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"Well I'm a single man, that's coming with a different approach "
Could someone explain what's the "different approach" stands in this sentence.
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Assuming that the sentence really is:
"Well, I'm a single man that's coming with a different approach."
which could also be
"Well, I'm a single man who's coming with a different approach."
or better still
"Well, I'm a single man with a different approach."
he probably means that he has a different attitude, he's not like all the other single men, he has a different agenda; perhaps he has a different way of attracting women.
approach (noun): a way of dealing with something
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