Wednesday, 30 September 2009

How to be a success with women

According to a recent poll, chat-up lines are supposed to impress most women, but the remarks need to be funny and succinct.
Women love confident men with a good sense of humour, and a witty chat-up line can be a good way to demonstrate this quality, and get a woman’s attention.

The five most successful chat up lines are:

‘Do you believe in love at first sight, or should I walk by again?’
‘I’ve had a really bad day and it always makes me feel better to see a pretty girl smile. So, would you smile for me?’
‘Apart from being beautiful, what do you do for a living?’
‘Shall we talk, or continue flirting from a distance?’
‘I seem to have lost my number, can I have yours instead?’

Chat-up lines to avoid (apparently) are:

Smash an ice cube than announce ‘Now I’ve broken the ice, let’s talk’
‘I guess you can kiss heaven goodbye, it has got to be a sin to look that good’
‘Were you arrested earlier? It’s got to be illegal to look that good’
‘I’ve lost that loving feeling. Will you help me find it?’
‘Do you have a map, because I keep getting lost in your eyes?’

What do you think?
Would you approach some unsuspecting female with one of the above?
Would you be impressed if some random bloke uttered one of the above examples?
Has anyone actually used any of these, or said them to you?


Fou said...

I had someone say

I hope you know CPR because you take my breath away

followed by, Are you a parking ticket? Because you've got fine written all over you.

Needless to say the conversation ended there.

The Plashing Vole said...

I can't see how the 'good' ones are any better than the 'bad' ones. I don't approach anyone, and certainly wouldn't dream of using one of these if I did…

Sue's Blog said...

Thankfully, being a bit of a minger, I don’t get men wooing me with inane chat up lines. But I had a dreadful experience on the university shuttle bus. In the space of one day last term I received three offers. One of them was seriously indecent, and the lad concerned became very persistent. When I got home I realized – blush, shock, horror, that I had been reading a certain book by Philippe Brenot in preparation for Dr. Jones’s famous annual lecture.
I am very careful about what I read on the bus now!!!