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Here is a thread for sharing pick up lines, hopefully that no one has ever heard.
I don't think I've ever legitimately used a pick-up line, but I didn't date an incredible amount before meeting my wife. I just struck up a conversation with her without a flirty line. But just for fun, here are some ideas:
"Hi, I wanted to dance with the most beautiful woman in the room tonight, but she left, so I thought I'd ask you."
If she laughs it off, continue on. If she acts a bit too offended, say, "Of course I was joking. You are the only woman I noticed."
Here's a bad one for a girl dressed to provocatively,
Here are some variants on the 'your boyfriend theme.'
You say, "I bet your boyfriend [fill in the blank based on the situation]."
She says, "I don't have a boyfriend."
You say, "That's the best news I've heard all day. Are you looking for one?"
She says, "Bla bla bla" [or whatever women say to that.]
You say, "I'll tell you what I'm looking for. I'm looking for someone to eat dinner with me tonight."
You can substitute boyfriend for husband in this routine, though that may be too heart-breaking for her if your relationship doesn't go anywhere.
Replace eat dinner with drink coffee, etc. if you want to save some money.
No, the idea that you care about whether she has a boyfriend and want to eat dinner with her before performing degrading sex acts upon her would mark you out as a nice guy loser and put you out of the running with most Western skanks. Obviously Western females no longer have hearts to break.
Lame, chump-zone based OP ..
How about "hello", "good morning", "good evening", "how are you"
*to be used elsewhere of course
1)Too much of one thing defeats the purpose.
2)Everybody is full of it. What's your hypocrisy?
I might have read this on the Internet.
Man sees pretty girl in a nightclub, McDonald's etc. She leaves, and he follows her out.
He says, "Excuse me, I wanted to introduce myself to you inside the nightclub/McDonald's, etc., but I didn't want to have to tell our grandchildren that we met at a nightclub/McDonald's, etc. Give me your phone number."
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