It’s not that I have super low self-esteem or don’t think I’m worthy of any kind of attention, but I just have never been the kind of person to go up to a guy and use a pick up line. And maybe that’s because pick-up lines are synonymous with corniness.
“So…are we gonna hook-up or what?” Ah, another poor soul lost to the epidemic I refer to as “The Death of Subtlety.” It was a fabulous time (read: three days) we spent together. He was good-looking, kinda funny, not too much of a d-bag...in other words, a total catch. And then, as we lay in each other’s arms on the musty couch, he uttered that fateful question. Sigh.
There's an app for that. For what? Well, just about everything these days. From finding the perfect shirt to getting directions to that restaurant you've only ever been to once to planning your wedding. There's an app for it.
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It's been giveaway-palooza at CollegeCandy these past few weeks, which means we've had to get pretty creative when it comes down to giving all these goodies away. So this time around, when Take me Home Tonight offered us an iPod Nano to give away, we thought it was only appropriate to have you submit your favorite pick-up lines.
(Girl, talking to friends.) Girl: I always imagined that you could just use the Force on your shoes, and fly. But then I guess you'd have to use the Force on all your other clothes, too, or you'd just be getting dragged around the sky by your feet.
Everyone in this world needs a little help when it comes to understanding and interacting with the opposite sex (especially if you want your encounter to have a "happy ending"). Thankfully, there's a whole slew of self-help books out there for that very subject. Unfortunately, it's a double-edged sword.
Living in New York City is great. And I mean that. I’ve been here for the last six or seven years, and before that I...