Six Worst Miami Pick-Up Lines, According to the Ladies
At least the photobomber in the back didn't ask Delmarys out to Scarlett's.
Photo by Laurie Charles
Listen up, fellas ... Pick-up lines rarely work. Most of the time, they are lame, cliché, and straight-up ridiculous.
That also means it takes a lot of courage (or several brewskies) to go up to an attractive lady at a bar and ask her if "it hurt when ya fell from heaven." And no, just because she may laugh, it doesn't mean you won her over. She is laughing at you.
To spare you the ridicule, here's a little piece of advice: If you find a woman by the bar, sippin' on a Sam Adams, a simple, "Hey, how are you?" will work a lot better than asking her if she's tired ... 'Cause she's been running through your mind all night.
Here are six of the worst Miami pick-up lines guys, all of which should never ever be used again.
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"Wanna Go to Scarlett's?"
Delmarys just finished doing a shot with her friends by the bar at Blackbird Ordinary.
"This actually happened to me last night. I was out with some friends and a guy came up to me and asked, 'Who are you here with?' I told him I was here with friends and asked him the same question.
"We were outside and he told me, 'That's my Maserati right there, but I hired a driver because I'm drinking tonight. Wanna go to Scarlett's?'" Delmarys laughed as she retold the story.
"What did you do?" I asked.
"Laughed and told him to have fun at Scarlett's."Next Page
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