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Many exchanges, though, are scarcely the stuff of romantic Arab literature, and most unvarnished advances from men using such pseudonyms as "Porsche 911" and "King of the Night" are as doomed to failure as they would be face-to-face."I know men who Bluetooth every other woman who comes along," said Bahraini Tariq Khonji."I think girls keep their devices on because the attention is flattering, though some messages are just creepy."Unsavoury Bluetooth exchanges, such as pornographic images, have led to repeated efforts by religious conservatives in the Gulf to ban the technology. One couple in Dubai described how they had met by phone in a restaurant."It started after he sent me a message of him looking at me," said 22-year-old Wardeh, smiling at her 25-year-old love, Basem.Among UAE nationals - as the minority of the UAE's residents that are not expatriates are called - it is generally considered impolite for a man to speak to a woman he is neither married nor related to in public.Traditionally, a young man's first amorous approach to a woman is supposed to be a marriage proposal made by his parents to her parents.It happens in malls, cinemas and cafes - in Dubai's notorious traffic jams, and now by mobile phone.

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Originally launched as a business networking technology, Bluetooth has become a favourite among young Egyptians because they can exchange messages without knowing each other's phone numbers, as long as they are no more than 30 feet apart.

"In our country it's very rude to go up and talk to them," he says.

"I sent some notes, they liked them - they took my number and they called me.