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“The moment I meet an attractive woman I have to start pretending that I have no desire to make love to her.” Ladies, is this hot or objectionable?

AmandaYVR
Listen to this dialogue and vote whether it's hot or objectionable:Aren't Cary Grant and Eva Marie Saint great? I love them together.
And this dialogue written by Ernest Lehman just sizzles. This is my kind of writing.

“The moment I meet an attractive woman I have to start pretending that I have no desire to make love to her.”
“What makes you think you have to conceal it?”:
“She might find the idea objectionable.”
“Then again, she might not.”
“Think how lucky I am to be seated here.”
“Luck has nothing to do with it.”
“Fate?”
[shaking her head] “I tipped the steward $5 to seat you here if you should come in.”
“Is that a proposition?”
“I never [discuss love] on an empty stomach.”
(Note that the original screenwriter’s line was “I never make love on an empty stomach.” But the studio dubbed it to something less overtly sexual.)
“You’ve already eaten.”
“But you haven’t.”
“Don’t you think it was time we were introduced?”

Basically, how many men could get away with saying this, and a woman find it arousing?
I know, you're going to say 'It depends how good looking the guy is' - and sure, to some extent that's absolutely true. But Cary Grant is not only good looking. He knows how to carry himself. He is seducing her. And she is seducing him.
(It's also a murder mystery, and a cat and mouse tale, but that's beside the point. Let's say most people are not caught up in a Hitchcock spy thriller.)

Longer version of the same scene:https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0053125/reference
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