English Lesson of the Day

Pull: used to describe the successful act of attracting a person to such an extent that you would be able to snog or perhaps bone or even shag them if you so desired.
Going on a Pull: To attempt to attract a member of the opposite sex. Cruising, out on the prowl.

“I’m going out on the pull tonight.”
“I’d sooner stay in with my embroidery than go out on the pull with just one single friend”

First discovered by me today in TheLondonPaper (freebie newspaper)