Grand Junction’s Cheesiest Pickup Lines
No one is safe from a cheesy pickup line, no matter where you might be.
Imagine you're looking at produce in City Market on Orchard Mesa, for example. Someone just walks up to you and says: "Do you come here often?" That my friends' is the lamest of the lame, but how corny are people with these things? As luck would have it, pretty corny. Here, then, according to several local sources and thoughtcatalog.com are ten that will definitely make you shake your head. Just try not to use any.
" I seem to have lost my phone number, can I have yours"?
Now, as cheesy goes, this one isn't too bad. It's creative and not insanely creepy. And if nothing else, will make you smile.
"Aside from being sexy, what do you do for a living"?
A close friend of mine was asked this in the check out line at Wal-Mart recently. Kinda gives new meaning to the name "check out" line. No, she wasn't impressed.
"Would you touch my hand so I can tell my friends I was touched by an angel"?
Groan. Really? Reference an old T.V. program to try and score points? One can only hope the poor sap can do better than this.
"If you were a streetcar, your name would definitely be desire."
Again with obscure references. Although it was hilarious to see the look on the woman's face when this one was spoken. She didn't know if the guy was comparing her to a streetcar, or had some kind of mental issue.
"Do you like the Mesa? Me too, I love flat surfaces".
She actually laughed at this. Then she asked him if he ever had any success with that. He said he'd let her know.
"Kiss me if I'm wrong, but dinosaurs still exist, right?"
"Hi. Do you believe in love at first sight, or do you want me to walk by again?"
By no means an original but at least it makes you shake your head. I'm not sure if this one ever worked, though.
"Excuse me, but weren't you on the cover of (insert magazine name here)?"
No way this one ever works, right? I mean, honestly, if someone graced the cover of a magazine, would they be standing in line in front of you wearing sweat pans, flip flops and have her hair up in whatever it was up in? No.
"What's your sign?"
No. Stop this. This didn't work in the 80's for crying out loud. I know, I tried. Although a female friend of mine says she actually has success with this. I'm not sure how to take that lol.
"Is it hot in here, or is it just you?"
Grocery stores seem to be the epicenter of bad pick up lines. A friend of mine working in the deli, who is very attractive by the way was asked this very question by a customer. They are now engaged. So some of these actually do work I guess.
Ok, there's the ten worst according to a few sources. Let's see yours!