Pick Up Lines To Get Girls – 2 Great Role Plays

This isn’t actually a ‘line,’ it’s a role play scenario. Role playing works much better than pickup lines to get girls, and after you try this one yourself, you’ll understand why. This one is called Stripper Names.

It goes like this:

‘You know, I was talking to my dad today and he told me something really messed up. He said that when my mom was pregnant, they thought that I was going to be a girl and if I was a girl they were going to name me Iris. Isn’t that messed up? I mean, Iris is such a stripper name.’

Let her comment on that and then say:

‘What would your stripper name be? It’s like the name of the street where you grew up and your first pet. I have a really good one but in order to get the full impact of it, I need to step away. When I come back, ask me what my name is.’

Then, you do a little turn around and she asks you, ‘Okay, what’s your name?’ Mine is Bedford Watson, but figure yours out yourself and tell her. This is a really fun role play and you can use it as call back humor for the rest of the encounter.

Here’s another good one. It’s called Romantic Date. This is what you say:

‘You know what I’m going to do with you? I’m going to take you on a romantic date. I’ll take you to the Red Lobster on Interstate 40, I know the metered. We’ll get the best table right up front and you can get anything on the menu, even the five different types of shrimp. And don’t forget all the free bread. We’ll steal some and then go to the park and walk through it holding hands. Then, we’ll let red balloons go, it’ll be so romantic. Next, we’ll go to the beach and we’ll write our names in the sand. It’ll be so romantic and I’ll leave you there.’

That’s a great one because the whole Red Lobster bit is hilarious mixed in with the other stuff. Again, this is great call back humor that you can use later on. These role plays work much better than pickup lines to get girls because they’re funny and original. You can use them to push the envelope without her feeling like it’s going to a personal level or threatening.