Great opening online dating lines
According to Buzzfeed, sending a GIF on Tinder increases your likelihood of getting a response by 30%. ” In a funny first message, the online dater shows interest in Michaela’s pictures, pays a compliment to her dog, asks a solid question, and makes a flirtatious suggestion.
That’s a strong incentive to start adding GIFs to your dating repertoire. Whether it’s Jimmy Fallon saying “Haaaay” or Joey Tribbiani saying “How you doin’? All these elements combined create a memorable and appealing introduction. If you ask me, a little wordplay is just good foreplay.
I don’t want to see the word 'hey.' I want to see that you’ve read what I wrote in my bio and are present enough to ask me about it. We ladies get plenty of weird pick up lines from random dudes.
Yes, it can be about my pictures and appearance, but nothing derogatory or implying that I’m getting naked for you.” —Sally, 32 It's 2017, but old-fashioned whimsy never goes out of style.“One guy told me an entire story about our potential first date using only emojis.
On the one hand, it showed he had a lot of time on his hand, but on the other it made me smile and showed he was creative and had a sense of humor.” —Gabby, 30 Women on Tinder don’t want a pen pal. Put it out there right away that not only are you interested, but you’re going to take the initiative and ask us out.
“I would advise you not to take my message lightly or you might anger my boss Poseidon, lord of the seas.” A GIF is an easy and amusing way to start a conversation on a dating app.
It doesn’t take a razor sharp wit, but it still shows off your creativity.