The neighbor has bought a new dress for a dinner party, and she wants to try it on for Mike Hunt to see if it is inappropriately sexy. Sure - Mike Hunt is always willing to help a lady in dis-dress.
"Wow!" Mike Hunt often resorts to palindromes when aroused. "Wow!" To be sure that she won't come across as too flirtatious with the boss, she has Mike Hunt check from several angles. In my mind I suggested that maybe she should try it without underpants. Not a bad idea - for starters.
Mike Hunt also helps her with her conversational skills, like the proper times to say,"Would you like something to nibble on?" - which could be taken the wrong way if the potential recipient of the d'oeuvres were staring down a braless cleavage where the tits were becoming a little bit hardened because of the flirtatious attitude displayed by the owner of the cleavage. Ahem. Hello? Can I have your attention please? It would probably be better to simply say something like, "Grab 'em while they're hot!"
In my college speech class we learned about a technique called preterition. This means that the speaker tells her listeners something by telling them that she's not going to tell them what she wants to tell them. A simple example is, "... and I won't even mention the fact that my pussy is soaking wet right now!" This story exemplifies that technique, but we'll call it flirterition - the woman flirts by practicing not flirting. "Grab 'em while they're hot!"