A Blogger Walks Into a Bar…

July 21, 2011 at 10:55 am | Posted in Around Boston, Office Humor | 7 Comments
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Yesterday I (half-jokingly) used one of the tackiest pick-up lines ever on my colleagues.  After a particularly stressful morning at Dark Water Fowl (aka our office), I returned to my desk to find a yumlicious Dunkin’ iced tea with lemon waiting for me.  To thank them for brightening my day, I may have posted an inappropriate message on facespace… something to the effect of heaven missing two angels since they were slummin’ it with me on Earth…

Oh Ralph Wiggum, be still my heart! I choo-choo-choose you, too!

We discussed (cough cough used cough cough) some of the zaniest pick-up lines we’d ever heard (and yes, I did tell them that if they were on the menu at the golden arches they’d be listed as the McGorgeous).

And then it occurred to me: I may be biased, but Factinis & Factomelettes readers are some of the most beautiful, social, in-demand people on this orbiting rock we call home, and I bet you all have some priceless lines to share!

So spill it, dear reader(s)!!  What are the funniest, most awkward, worst and kookiest pick-up lines someone has ever tried on you?

(Or, in some cases, that you’ve tried on someone else).

~ Sarah

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  1. Guy: Your name must be Gillette..you’re the best a man can get!….Followed by puzzled then sympathetic looks from the girl. Witnessed at a bar I never went back to.

    • Wow – that’s a winner… hahahah!

  2. It’s a good thing that I have my library card. Why? Because I am totally checking you out!!

    • I think that pick-up line is significantly over-due…

      • Haha, definitely checked out and never returned!

  3. My bro (aka Mr. Wilderrol) witnessed this gem played out on his friend…

    Guy: “Hi, I’m ***** (identity protected for soon to be obvious reasons). And, you are?”

    Girl: “All set. Thanks.”


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