Famous Pick Up Lines

Some pick up lines travel very far and get translated into multiple languages.

Chances are, you've most probably heard them at some point in your life. These are the most famous and well known corny, cute and playful ones.

Warning: Use them sparingly. Most people have heard these before, so you might come across as a weirdo if you use them seriously.

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What are Famous Pick up Lines?

A famous pick up line is a one-liner that was SO GOOD that it basically stuck around for many years and everyone knows it.

Or it's one that become famous on TV at some point.

The honest truth is you're not going to be using a well known chat up line like the ones below very often, if at all in a real life situation.

But, they're still funny on rare occasions and in the right situations, might be perfect to use.

18 Famous Pick up Lines

Here they are, the ultimate list of well known famous pick up lines, that you've most likely heard at some point in your life. To be used cautiously as a bit of fun!

I seem to have lost my number, can I have yours? [Hand her your phone].

Was your father a thief? Cause someone stole the stars and put them in your eyes.

Where have you been all my life?

Did it hurt when you fell from heaven?

Do you come here often?

I didn't know that angels could fly so low, wow.

You see my friend over there? [Point to your friend] He wants to know if YOU think I'm cute.

Is that [point to her groin] a mirror in your pocket? Because I can see myself in your pants!

What's your star sign? [not the greatest, but starts a conversation at least]

Can I borrow your phone for a second? I need to call my mom and let her know I met the girl of my dreams.

I'd better get a library card because I'm checking you out.

What's a nice girl like you doing in a place like this?

You know what would look fantastic on you? Me.

Excuse me, I think I dropped something. My jaw!

Wait, is there an airport nearby or is that just my heart taking off?

Do you have any raisins? Well, then how about a date?

Look at you with all those curves annd me with no brakes!

Do you have a map? Because I just keep on getting lost in your eyes.

Here's a line in action:

You're waiting for a train, eager to get home after a long day at work. As you sit on the platform listening to your music, a beautiful girl comes and sits down next to you.

What do you do... let the moment pass and watch her leave or take life by the balls and think of cringe-worthy line that will instantly grab her attention?

Of course you choose the second option.

Without thinking you take your headphones out, turn to her and say...

"Excuse me? Sorry to bother you, but I can't seem to find... dammit... [look down confused for a second] I've lost your number, can you give it to me?"

When your words sink in, her initial look of shock wears off, you can follow up with:

"Here you go, just pop it in there" [Hand her your phone].

The level of confidence you need to pull this off is HUGE. If you decide to use a line like this, practice it in the mirror a few times before so you can get your routine down.

Warning: If you screw it up, you'll look like a weirdo and using it on a train platform like this example, runs the risk of you seeing the same girl again. Epic embarrassment.

Conclusion: What to do Next

As Seneca once said "We suffer more in imagination than in reality."

That means that even though these famous pick up lines are next to useless on their own in the real world, you MUST use them as practice.

Practice for what exactly?

Confidence with women.

Because the thoughts in your head about how scary it is to approach a woman is NOTHING like that in reality.

These lines are GREAT for learning how to be rejected and building confidence.

So you can use them without fearing the outcome, because you know that the more you use them, the better you'll get and the better the reactions.

Approach anxiety will become a thing of the past.

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