chat-up line


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chat-up line

[ˈtʃætʌpˌlaɪn] N a good chat-up lineuna buena frase para entrarle a algn
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chat-up line

nAnmacherspruch m, → Aufreiße f (inf)
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THE chat-up line, "I like your dress but it would look better on my bedroom floor" has been named the worst of all by women.
WE claim to hate them, but is there really anything wrong with a cheesy chat-up line? Last week the top ten were unveiled and in pole position is: "Get your coat, you've pulled."
Now we want to know YOUR best - or worst - chat-up line.
"Cars are like a metal overcoat, it's the last thing you put on before you go out, so I do use it as a chat-up line."
"Women like a guy with a good sense of humour and a good chat-up line can be a great way of displaying that men have one."
London, Aug 27 (ANI): A woman might roll her eyes at a chat-up line like, "Did it hurt when you fell out of heaven?' but she is secretly pleased about it, says a new UK survey.
London, Sep 28 (ANI): The next time you approach a girl, do not hesitate to try out a cheesy chat-up line because girls absolutely love it, for they give a glimpse of a man's sense of humour.
A survey of 1000 women by the makers of alcoholic drink Red Square Pink shows that 72 per cent admit to falling for a chat-up line.
IT'S corny and cliched but the simple question "Can I buy you a drink?" is the best chat-up line there is.
A spokesman said: "Women like a guy with a sense of humour and a cheesy chat-up line is a good way of displaying that.