One friend likes to ask people what kind of bagel they would be, while another says their favorite line was asking someone what ‘90s song would define their autobiography.
The commonality between all these lines is that they’re not pickup lines, in the traditional sense.
So you’ve set up the perfect online dating profile with your best profile pic. While there’s plenty of fish in the sea, you want to catch one.
And it’s hard to get the girl (or guy) if you never communicate.
Once your message is out there, you can’t control how it’s received.
There is no perfect pickup to attract the human of your dreams, mostly because people are not compliment repositories for you to dump clever lines into in exchange for love, devotion, or sex.
You’ll never know why people reject you on a dating app (unless you’re clearly being gross), but all you can do is keep trying.” began making the rounds on real-life dating sites.I advised any would-be daters against using the line because really, where’s the originality?Dev’s copy-paste method works, in theory, because of its “originality.” It’s different from the type of message most women are used to getting.As a serial non-responder, I can recall the number of Good Messages I’ve gotten pretty easily. “I see that Pikachu on your shelf.” I’d used the selfie in question for months, and not a single person had ever pointed that out.