It’s a fact that pick up lines work.
Having said that there are several misconceptions when it comes to using a line on a woman which I want to address here. A lot of guys feel that chat up lines of any sort simply don’t work and you’re better off just “being yourself” if you want to attract a girl.
Now that’s great and I’m a massive supporter of “being yourself” but what if you are a boring, geeky, smelly little man… are you going to get hordes of women throwing themselves at you? Of course not, but hey you’re still being yourself right?
Why most pick up lines don’t work
The majority of pickup lines today suck! They suck so bad that they should only be said in your own head and not out loud, so real women can hear them.
The reason they are so bad, is because they have been created as a joke, something that was ripped form a film and adapted or said out of humour on a drunken night out… they aren’t used as a one size fits all magic silver bullet.
How to make them work for you
We’ve developed some of the best pick up lines that do work, I know they work, because I’ve tried them myself. So all you need to do to make them work for you is this:
- Pick a line that sounds like a good fit with your personality
- Work on your confidence, so that you can deliver the line with absolute certainty
- After you’ve said the line, follow up with some natural game (like Stealth Attraction)
Develop your own pick up lines
Although off the shelf pick up lines are great, you need to start developing your own. You can do this in two different ways.
The first is using an in-direct line, like this:
“Excuse me do you know where I can find the nearest cinema?”
This is indirect because it shows you have no intentions of picking her up, you’re genuinely in need of a cinema.
The second is using a direct line, like this:
“Excuse me, I just wanted to say I really love your style… it’s so quirky”
This is direct because it shows her that you have noticed her style and you’re interested enough to actually tell her.
Play around with lines on women and see which ones get the best responses, then fine tune them to make them work almost every time.