Why does he have all these dictionaries? Doesn't he know that you can look up any work on the internet, while going completely paperless? Maybe he only has them because knew that one day he'd need them for just such an occasion.
Does Azam think that your heart is a trophy to be one? And does he think two fairly small trophies is particularly impressive? This pickup line may raise a couple red flags, but we still think his heart's in the right place.
Azam can even pull out a good Titanic reference when needed. Which might be that if you date him, he'll end up drowning after a boat strikes an iceberg. But on the bright side, at least his heart will go on.
A good listener can be hard to find. However, Azam wants you to know he's the right man for the job. Sure, it might seem like he's really looking off into the distance while he thinks up his next Snapchat pickup line, but he swears he's totally listening.
Hmm...there might be reason to be suspicious of Azam's motives based on this Snap. Sure, he wants to have one date with you. But he's also got all those additional dates that he can have with someone else.
It's very sweet that he wants to take you out. However, he might get more dates if he didn't have all that garbage lying around. For some reason, people don't like to date guys who always find themselves near piles of trash.
Azam had previously made a series of Snaps chronicling some sort of breakup. Getting over a breakup is difficult for anyone. But for Azam, the best way to deal with the pain is by using props and puns.
Sometimes two people are wired perfectly for each other, and they connect immediately. Other times, two people have similar wires, but then they get all tangled and when you try to untangle them, you wind up with a big mess. And there's often a coaxial cable mixed in there for some reason. (Wait, are we still talking about dating?)
Somewhere out there is the perfect person who loves props and puns just as much as Azam does. But if he ever meets this person, will the pickup and breakup Snaps come to an end? In that case, it's hard to know if we should root for or against Azam finding his perfect "type."