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Posted on Sun, Mar 05, 2006 17:55

1) Are you from U.P.S, because I caught you checking out my package!

2) You must be an angel, because earth couldn't create such perfection!

3) Nice shoes, wanna, you know?

4) If I had one wish, I would give it to you.

5) I live only to please you!



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Posted on Mon, Mar 20, 2006 13:27

I don't do pick-up lines as it's not muh styles...whatever THAT may be...nor does it suit me(whatevers that may mean...)LOL

But the best one I ever overheard was in a really classy bar in my beloved Southland...It's TRUE too...

This distinguished guy in a tailored suit walks up to this Stunning, and at least by appearance, sophisticated and classy lady and says...

"I tell ya' Dahlin...If you were a booger, I'd pick you!"

I damn near hit da FLOORS!!!

If I ever dooo decide to use a pick-up line, I think I'll start with this one, cause it'll dang sure stop me from ever using another one again...

C' Ya!
James



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Posted on Sun, Mar 19, 2006 16:28

"Say baby...godyergorjess!! Howsabouta nate-lite bubblybash in my minicondimum?



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Posted on Fri, Mar 10, 2006 08:30

Rob , started to learn romanian :) , am i a great teacher or what :)?



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Posted on Fri, Mar 10, 2006 08:05

MIRA_23 write:
I think that a very short sexy skirt is more than enough :)


Works best if you add stilletos. Oh, and don't forget to bend over. You could feign dropping something, and picking it up! :-)



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Posted on Fri, Mar 10, 2006 06:15

robtest write:
bobsthename write:
I don't know if it's corny, but I was basically a one or two approach guy in my younger days. So over the course of a night I would find my victim...line it up and go. 50% of the time I would score. I would just go up to my victim and ask them to dance...if they said not right now, I would stick around and chat. If they said no, I would move on.



I gave up on finding "potential dates" in bars and discos long long ago, so yes the "would you like to dance?" line was my favorite as that is all I wanted. If they said "no", on to the next one. If they said "yes", and we found enjoyment from it, then perhaps more. "not now" might get the question again on the next roundabout...


billzeke write:
I use a 2 step process. First I hire a little kid to trip them. Then I ask: "Are you falling for me already?"


If she then turns out to have a BF, do you employ Lynard Skynard's 3 step program ??? LOL


I'll try almost anything once Rob, as long as it doesn't involve 12 steps. lol.

  


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Posted on Fri, Mar 10, 2006 06:11

MIRA_23 write:
I think that a very short sexy skirt is more than enough :)


Am si eu aceeasi parere !!!

:o)



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Posted on Fri, Mar 10, 2006 06:01

robtest write:
bobsthename write:
I don't know if it's corny, but I was basically a one or two approach guy in my younger days. So over the course of a night I would find my victim...line it up and go. 50% of the time I would score. I would just go up to my victim and ask them to dance...if they said not right now, I would stick around and chat. If they said no, I would move on.



I gave up on finding "potential dates" in bars and discos long long ago, so yes the "would you like to dance?" line was my favorite as that is all I wanted. If they said "no", on to the next one. If they said "yes", and we found enjoyment from it, then perhaps more. "not now" might get the question again on the next roundabout...


billzeke write:
I use a 2 step process. First I hire a little kid to trip them. Then I ask: "Are you falling for me already?"


If she then turns out to have a BF, do you employ Lynard Skynard's 3 step program ??? LOL

ROB! I never really thought of you dancing before. It caught me off guard.



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Posted on Fri, Mar 10, 2006 03:42

sharp1 write:
billzeke write:
I use a 2 step process. First I hire a little kid to trip them. Then I ask: "Are you falling for me already?"


Somehow I could picture doing that, and it working for you! lol


It does work well from time to time Sharp, but I still find the very best approach to be persistence. It's a tried and true method that should be reserved for very special people.



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Posted on Thu, Mar 09, 2006 11:20

I think that a very short sexy skirt is more than enough :)



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Posted on Thu, Mar 09, 2006 11:19

bobsthename write:
I don't know if it's corny, but I was basically a one or two approach guy in my younger days. So over the course of a night I would find my victim...line it up and go. 50% of the time I would score. I would just go up to my victim and ask them to dance...if they said not right now, I would stick around and chat. If they said no, I would move on.



I gave up on finding "potential dates" in bars and discos long long ago, so yes the "would you like to dance?" line was my favorite as that is all I wanted. If they said "no", on to the next one. If they said "yes", and we found enjoyment from it, then perhaps more. "not now" might get the question again on the next roundabout...


billzeke write:
I use a 2 step process. First I hire a little kid to trip them. Then I ask: "Are you falling for me already?"


If she then turns out to have a BF, do you employ Lynard Skynard's 3 step program ??? LOL



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Posted on Thu, Mar 09, 2006 10:17

billzeke write:
I use a 2 step process. First I hire a little kid to trip them. Then I ask: "Are you falling for me already?"


Somehow I could picture doing that, and it working for you! lol



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Posted on Thu, Mar 09, 2006 08:40

I use a 2 step process. First I hire a little kid to trip them. Then I ask: "Are you falling for me already?"

  


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Posted on Thu, Mar 09, 2006 06:53

i was fishing in a boat and these other fisherman came up and asked if i had caught anything. I said no. He said well hunny no wonder why....Youre sitting on your bait!



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Posted on Wed, Mar 08, 2006 21:44

Red!
YEs! It did bring a smile to my face. I just thought it was a bit corny coming from someone who is 56 years old!..
Something about that "stalker" line kills me I love it!



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Posted on Wed, Mar 08, 2006 20:23

I don't know if it's corny, but I was basically a one or two approach guy in my younger days. So over the course of a night I would find my victim...line it up and go. 50% of the time I would score. I would just go up to my victim and ask them to dance...if they said not right now, I would stick around and chat. If they said no, I would move on.



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Posted on Wed, Mar 08, 2006 15:51

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robtest write:
Hi! My name is Rob. I'll be your stalker for the evening!

ROFLMAO

LMAO ROB.
That was funny! Do stalkers buy drinks?
Anyway, someone sent me this "LAME" line today.
"Wow, If you were any hotter the smoke detectors would go off". How lame is that?
But, I am still flattered in kind of a "lame" way!
LOL

I think that's a pretty cool line. Bet it brought a smile to your face, and that is (almost) always a good start, yes?

Got to say though, the stalker line would scare me enough to walk - fast.



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Posted on Tue, Mar 07, 2006 19:57

robtest write:
Hi! My name is Rob. I'll be your stalker for the evening!

ROFLMAO

LMAO ROB.
That was funny! Do stalkers buy drinks?
Anyway, someone sent me this "LAME" line today.
"Wow, If you were any hotter the smoke detectors would go off". How lame is that?
But, I am still flattered in kind of a "lame" way!
LOL

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Posted on Tue, Mar 07, 2006 17:13

Well I had these lines when I was young

You are a carpenters Dream
I was like Oh yes to my crush Jr High
he went on to say 'Flat as a board'
Then same guy ''You are a pirates Dream

Ok you see where I am going with this "sunken chest'
Of course I really heard this line I thought it was hilirous in a bar no doubt "what's a nice girl like you doing in a place like this?
Lol
I often get my girlfriend I both think you are pretty and would like to take you home from swingers..
Ok Rob stop laughing.....and Are you married..Like this matters to some people now days..
Lol
But The sunken chest broke my heart so ordered from the mail back then a catalog before internet services the breast inflator and pump and also the pads accept flashback 9th grade forgot to put the pads on both sides was a tripe aa one side and a d the other and was wearing a sweater that day Blush Blush!!!



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Posted on Tue, Mar 07, 2006 02:14

The most memorable line I ever heard from a man was during a stop at a drugstore, early morning before my son's bb game. I usually semi-dress, but we had a wedding that afternoon, so it was tennies, jeans, long t-shirt, hair in ponytail in a bb cap, no make-up. I noticed the man watching me as I went (he was waiting in the car). As I came out, he got out of his car and said, "Mame, I don't mean to scare you, but I just have to tell you that you are living proof that you don't have to bait your hook to catch a fish". It didn't reel me in, but it did bring a smile to my face.



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