Ever tried picking up someone by wooing them with a sexy animal fact or two? …No? Yeah, I don’t blame you.
Jeff Wysaski of Pleated-Jeans tries his hand at using animal facts as pick-up lines and it’s pretty hysterical. The animal facts featured in this video are more disturbing then sensual. With that being said, I can’t see any of these pick up lines working, but humor is sexy, right? So at least Wysaski has that going for him.
My favourite animal fact pick up line? “The male tick doesn’t have a penis… But I do.” Smooth. Really smooth. Do you say that to all women? …I hope not.
We all know that when it comes to pulling on girls’ heartstrings, all it takes is an Ed Sheeran song to get us feeling all warm and fuzzy inside. Why? Because, sad or happy, somehow Ed knows exactly how we’re feeling at all times. How? He’s a “Ginger Genuis” that’s how.
In this latest video, self-proclaimed “romantically-challenged filmaker” Tommy Wooldridge tries his luck at getting a girlfriend by using some famous lyrics from “Lego House” and “Give Me Love.” The video has been getting a lot of hits lately and it might have something to do with Ed personally giving it his stamp of approval on Twitter.
Sadly, the lyrics don’t prove to be successful on Tommy’s search for love. But to be fair a lot of the girls claimed to have been already taken. That’s what they said when he tried picking up the ladies with Taylor Swift lyrics…
What do you think? Would Ed Sheeran lyrics work as a pick-up line for you?
Oh, man. Ladies, please tell me you don’t actually fall for this.
The boys over at Vitalyzd TV try out a new pick-up technique where all they have to do is ask passing girls to put their numbers on their phone. According to the, only about 25 per cent of the girls they approached rejected them or had a boyfriend.
We’d give these guys an F for effort and creativity (or is it an A?). At least this guy tried to pick up girls with Taylor Swift lyrics!
Australian prankster Adrian Van Oyen’s New Year’s resolution was to get a girlfriend but his dating life wasn’t going so well. After so many failed attempts, he decided to go down in flames by creating a list of 100 terrible pick-up lines and trying them out on unsuspecting women in public.
Considering the prankster is pretty cute and confident, I’m surprised he can’t find a date! Maybe he wasn’t giving himself enough time?
The last time we saw awkward romancer Tommy Wooldridge, he was trying to pick up random women by reciting Blink 182 lyrics. Although he wasn’t lucky with the ladies, he did win tickets to see his favourite band in concert.
This time, Wooldridge decided to have another go at the dating world by serenading ladies with Taylor Swift lyrics. They’re a little deeper than the Blink 182 lyrics ands sometimes come off a little stalkery. Let the awkwardness begin!!
When in doubt gents, go with these lyrics:
1. “If you could see that I’m the one who understands you/ Been here all along so why can’t you see?/ You belong with me” — “You Belong With Me”
2. “You’ll never have to be aloneI love you and that’s all I really know” — “Love Story”
3. “And I never saw you coming/ And I’ll never be the same again” — “State of Grace”
Watch it here:
You’d be lying to yourself if you said you never heard Carly Rae Jepsen’s single, “Call Me Maybe.” The song itself is a pick up line and what better way to use the chorus than hitting on some girls? Rob Bradford did just that in the digitsshow web series, that showcases many social experiments with unsuspecting victims.
Rob went up to a few girls, introduced himself and said the famous words, ”I just met you, um and this is crazy, but can I get your number, to call you maybe?”
Turns out, it was a success! Now I’m just saying, this guy looks like a total underwear model, so anything that came out of his mouth might be appealing. Most of the girls smiled and knew where he was going with it, even finishing the sentence before he could.
I’d like to see what would happen if you put an average guy in his shoes and re-film the whole thing, but hey, I guess Carly is playing cupid and not even knowing it.
Today on FreshPressLive we watch a guy test out the most offensive pick up lines EVER. Then we watch the Overly Attached Girlfriend (she rocks) and talk about a Fourth of July meal idea. Warning: it’s very fattening.
Try to imagine Michael Cera using Blink-182 lyrics to pick up girls. That’s exactly what this shy teenager does to win tickets to see his fave band. Unfortunately the lyrics are 90 percent unsuccessful as come-ons… the only reason why they’re 10 percent successful is because he won tickets to a concert and duh, he’ll probably ask a female companion to go with him. Plus, he did get a bunch of phone numbers the end, even if it was for administrative purposes.
Some of his lines included: “This world is an ugly place, but you’re so beautiful to me” and ”Hey, show me the way to the bed. Show me the way you move,” promptly followed by “I’m sorry.” The two songs were “Wishing Well” and “Dammit.”
Would they work on you?
Watch it here:
Okay, here’s your new game for the night. When you go out with your friends, count how many times these doozies come out. These two episode of The Flip Side shows what happens when men and women switch roles in everyday life.
The first episode, aptly called “Bar” features women picking up men by pinching their hineys and creating a barricade around their prey on the dance floor. “Screw you’re girlfriend, give me five minutes in the parking lot” or “those are amazing jeans, they would look so much better on my bedroom floor” are the pick-up lines of choice.
It gets even better with episode two, called “Dating.” Men tap into their emotional side, saying “I love you” a little too soon and spending a Friday night crying over sappy photos. “I want you to go to a Monster Truck Ralley and get run over by a truck somehow,” is a voicemail one guy leaves for his girlfriend when she doesn’t call him back.
I watched the episode with my guy friend and we agree they’re embarrassingly stereotypical but hilarious because they’re true. Have you heard these lines before?