The kind that might, at best, win a wry chuckle from the receiver. We agreed these were unoriginal, yet pretty inoffensive as pick-up lines go.
When I first started messaging women online and on dating apps, a lot of times I got responses, but none of them would ever commit to actually meeting up.
I can’t tell you how many times these chats would end up with her saying something like, “I just want to be friends.” – or worse – no response at all.
Opening the conversation out to the Perhaps there’s just no place for pick-up lines in our culture? “They’re so clichéd,” she says, “I think they give a forced, unnatural approach (to dating).” M, 31, agrees.
He believes it’s far better to “act normal and have a nice conversation” when you meet someone you like.
I mean, no one wants to be THAT guy – you know – the guy who sends the singular creepy – “hey” – message, then sits on his ass like a chump waiting for a response that never comes.