Dating Opening Lines

The very first thing you do when you approach your date is to introduce yourself. And with your fingers cross you hope that your introduction has made a good enough impression. Research conducted by psychologists tells us that people make their mind up within seconds of meeting someone. It this that tell us whether or not instantly we are attracted to that person or not. Therefore, you first approach is very important.

I agree that not all of us are good or as confidence in initiating communication. By making the initial approach is nerve wracking and often butterfly are flying around in our stomach. In even worst cases your mouth dry up, you start to stutter, your mind goes blank and you have no idea what you are saying.

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So how do you not make a fool out of yourself in front of your date?

It is recommended that you practice and build up your confidence levels. By overcoming the fear it can make the different. Try to become more sociable with people you are familiar with at first. However, I do have to warn you, never mix your opening lines with lots of alcohol. Not only would you be fool, but also an idiot.

We have selected some common opening lines that you can try to use. We don’t promise success by just saying it. It also requires your confidence. So give them a try!

  • May I buy you a drink?
  • I have forgotten my phone number, may I have yours?
  • Did it hurt when you fell from heaven? Because you are just beautiful!
  • If I could rearrange the alphabet, I would certainly put you and I together.
  • Do you believe in love at first sight? Or should I just walk past again?

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