Open lines for online dating

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" "You’re coming over tonight to watch Game of Thrones and make out." "YOU. NOW." "Before I hit on you, do you have a problem with large genitalia? Read the first word again." "Be unique and different, say yes." "I'm no Fred Flintstone, but I can make your Bedrock! Because I’d love to meat you." "No wonder the sky is grey today, all the blue is in your eyes." "Did you have lucky charms for breakfast? " "If a thousand painters worked for a thousand years, they could not create a work of art as beautiful as you." "Are you African? " "If you look that good in clothes, you must look even better out of them." "If I were to ask you out on a date, would your answer be the same as the answer to this question?

Because you're a frican babe." "Did you sit in a pile of sugar? " "If beauty were time, you'd be eternity" "Is your name Earl Grey?

I forgot the password to my account, and when I hit 'password hint,' it keeps telling me 'Jessica’s phone number.'" "Do you have a personality as attractive as your eyes? Because I’d stuff you." "If you were a vegetable you'd be a cute-cumber." "You're so gorgeous that you made me forget my good pickup line." "Are you the SAT?

Cause I’d do you for 3 hours and 45 minutes, with a ten minute break in the middle for snacks." "What’s a smart, attractive, young man like myself doing without your number?

"If you write your profile and create your photo gallery correctly, no one should wonder if they want to message you.

When it comes to Tinder, swiping right and getting a match isn’t enough!

Much like with style, on dating apps, the key to standing out in a sea of sausage is to switch it up and show some originality.

”; and those who actually see results from dating apps.

” may seem like a harmless play-it-safe icebreaker, but Tinder’s own study into opening lines suggests you’re better off saying anything but.

I bet you use Crest." "I never saw you coming and I'll never be the same." "Do you ever just lie down at night, look up at the stars and think about all the messed up things in the world?

Like why is there a 'D' in 'fridge' but no 'D' in 'refrigerator'?

Even those lucky few who have been in long-term relationships since before the dawn of Tinder probably know that online dating isn't exactly a walk in the park.

Ignoring unsolicited dick pics and otherwise inappropriate behavior, online dating is nerve-wracking because, well, So we talked to Joshua Pompey, a matchmaker and founder of Next Evolution Matchmaking to learn how to craft the perfect profile.

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