There are so many ways for people to meet and fall in love. But which way is the best? I once saw a film called Billboard Dad where the Olsen twins advertised their dad on a billboard. While the film had some mildly hilarious G-rated results, I would not recommend it in the real world. In fact, if you want the fun-loving Christian man or woman of your dreams… Why not use a cheesy pick-up line? It worked for my mother’s brother’s parent’s grandchild. So ya know obviously it is ninety percent foolproof, forty percent of the time.
15 – I was going to read Proverbs 31, but I think I will just study you instead.
14 – You put the “stud” in Bible study.
13 – How many times do I need to walk around you before you fall for me?
12 – Now I know why Solomon had so many wives… He never met you.
11 – I am not usually very prophetic, but I can see us together.
10 – I have familiarized myself with the five love languages. In fact, I invented four of them.
9 – Is it a sin that you stole my heart?
8 – I didn’t know angels flew this low.
7 – You know, I didn’t believe in predestination before tonight.
6 – You’re looking for a knight in shining armor? I just so happen to be wearing the armor of God.
5 – I was reading the book of Numbers and realized I don’t have yours.
4 – Could I have your name and number for my prayer list?
3 – The Bible says to think about whatever is pure and lovely… So I have been thinking about you all day.
2 – Hey, girl. You make me feel like Samson with his hair cut off: weak at the knees.
1 – I’m no Joseph. Maybe you can help me interpret the dreams I’ve been having about you.
Do you have any more good pick up lines? Show them off in the comments!
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