Posted Sun Apr 12, 2009 04:18 AM
I know lines are lame, but this one I think is pretty good, thought it up today...
So basically you are out some where and you see a girl that is attractive. You stare at here with a look "she looks familiar look." When you start to see that she's uncomfortable, you say "I'm sorry for staring, but you look very familiar, have we met before?" and then you follow up with "no, nevermind, i'd never forget such a beautiful face."
Posted Sun Apr 12, 2009 07:56 AM
Posted Sun Apr 12, 2009 08:39 AM
Here's the best and most successful "pickup" line ever:
"Hello! My name is (insert your name here)."
Nearly everybody that you meet will feel obligated to tell you their name immediately preceding that.
It works brilliantly, it's easy - and it's polite.
Posted Sun Apr 12, 2009 08:58 AM
The point is that you should treat women as intelligent beings, it's not cool to try to convince a girl like if they were some random case of amnesia...
Posted Sun Apr 12, 2009 11:17 AM
"Hi, I'm ...." is the best, by far.
Posted Sun Apr 12, 2009 01:13 PM
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Posted Tue Apr 14, 2009 09:26 PM
"Does this rag smell like chloroform to you?"
Ok that one was a joke
Posted Sun Apr 19, 2009 05:57 PM
i dont like chat uo lines being used and when some one does use them on me i generally either walk away or joke with them cause its not going to happen for them...i have heard a few really bad ones....
how heavy is a polar bear
i dont know
heavy enough to break the ice
are you tired cause you've been running through my mind all night
whats your mams number so i can ring her to say thank you
im ringing the police to report your dad for stealing a star from the sky and putting it in your eyes
......and they just get worse......as for "always remember a beautiful face" heard dat one b4 aswell so its not new....sorry!!!
Posted Mon Apr 20, 2009 04:12 AM
As for your line, I agree with the people who said it wouldn't work, and also with the people who said to go try it and tell us how it went. The experience of seeing genuine reactions to it will be educational.
I also agree that a compliment isn't the best way to start a conversation, HOWEVER, if you really feel you must compliment her, try being sincere and direct about it. None of this trickery and joking around, just something like, "Hey, I noticed you from over there and I think you're really beautiful. I couldn't pass up the chance to come say hello." It's still not as good as "Hi, my name is _________", but at least it comes across as confident and sincere (and that's the key, it should BE sincere) and not like you're trying to hide your attraction behind a joke because you're ashamed of it.