"Lieutenant Worf; era, Enterprise D." B-4 said.
"Simulation has been set up." The computer replied.
The doors opened, and as soon as B-4 entered he was dressed up in the late uniform used in the 2360's. He entered into what seemed to be the hallway. Puzzled, B-4 looked around. Why the hallway? It puzzled the android. He didn't understand why the hall at all. So he walked and walked until he came to Ten Forward. Worf was at the table alongside what seemed to be Geordi sharing a discussion.
"You need more confidence," Worf said. "A woman likes their confident counterparts."
"It is quite worrying really," Geordi said. "I could screw up on it, like royally."
He realized 'when' the simulation had decided to set up.
"How convenient." B-4 muttered to himself.
B-4 sat down alongside the three.
"I trust you are having a time of your life?" B-4 said.
"This is the most confident-less man I ever met," Worf said. "Grow a backbone for the women."
B-4 fought back a snicker.
"Who would want a perfectionist to date?" Geordi said, putting his forehead on the table.
"Plenty of women," B-4 said. "Einstein's wife wouldn't have married him if it wasn't for his characteristics and stuck around for so long."
"19 years and 17 years," Geordi said. "Not helping,Data."
"Mr Worf," B-4 said. "If I were to date a woman, should I send messages or holoprograms if it is a off-distance relationship?"
Geordi raised his head up apparently shocked by the words coming out of B-4's mouth.
"It depends on the kind of relationship you share," Worf said. "Back in the day male Klingons used to read poetry to their female counterparts who threw furniture back at them. Some even sent birds to send messages across on paper. These days the relationship, depending on how 'intimate' it is, they share holoprograms."
"Data, you got a girlfriend?" Geordi said.
"Potentially," B-4 said. "I am unsure whether or not I want to pursue this relationship off-distance."
"Data, this is the Enterprise you are on, anything is possible!" Geordi said.
"Then why do you not share the same attitude toward asking a woman out?" Worf asked.
"Thank you," B-4 said. "I have figured out my decision. Computer. End Program."
B-4 then walked out of the holodeck with the decision of carrying out the relationship through holoprograms.
And one of them will be Klingon Poetry.
Rosie had mentioned being interested in Klingon culture.