Esquire Magazine states, “Pick-up lines are corny, rehearsed witticisms that say as much about the nitwit charmed by them as they do about the amateur employing such desperate tactics.” Not a great endorsement from the home of “Man at His Best”. As a woman on the receiving end of many of these lines, I have to agree with the experts.
Yet there is this one line that I've always appreciated. It’s refined, friendly, and promising.
“Do you want to dance?” a guy asks with a smile and an extended hand. Now that’s good. So good, in fact, I've hardly ever turned it down. What I love about it is how much it tells me about the other person. He’s fun, confident, and wants to do things that I want to do. Immediately, he’s off to a good start and I want to now more about him. But first,we’ll just share a dance. So I take his hand and let him lead me to the dance floor.
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