Valentines Countdown: Chat Up Lines To Avoid

Without doubt the hardest part of meeting that soul mate of yours is the initial impression you make. Getting someone else to notice you without thinking you’re either weird or cringey is almost an art form. Some portrayers of smooth have got this down to a tee, but others find it decidedly harder and trip over their words as they splutter an utter horror show in an attempt to woo. Unfortunately for the latter, the ultimate fails get shared, go viral, and become a bit of a joke. Thankfully we have 10 that you should definitely be avoiding as you try to get that Valentine. 

Are you Jamaican? Because you’re Jamaican me crazy…

The worst of the bad pickup lines make for the very best laughs

Is your father a thief? Because he must have stolen your eyes from heaven

You look like a parking ticket – because you’ve got fine written all over you

The worst of the bad pickup lines make for the very best laughs

Did it hurt – falling from heaven?

If I could rewrite the alphabet I would put ‘u’ and ‘I’ together

Are you tired? Because you’ve been running round my mind all night

The worst of the bad pickup lines make for the very best laughs

Have a feel of this shirt – do you know what that feels like? Boyfriend material

“Do you have a Band-Aid? ‘Cause I scraped my knee falling for you.”

“Hey, girl. Is your name Wi-Fi? Because we have a connection.”

The worst of the bad pickup lines make for the very best laughs

“Remember me? Oh, that’s right, I’ve met you only in my dreams.”

Eww, eww, ewww!! They’re horrible. They make me squirm typing them, i’m sure you’ve have a good chuckle at them, and probably recognise your mate who has probably used a few of them on your last night out. If your chat up game is in need of a bit of a touch up, you won’t go far wrong than dropping a bit of Shakespearean prose into your convo. Thankfully we have a great English Literature course for you to pick up all your romantic lines of love! Check it out here!

 

 

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