I don’t know if he won the girl over or not, but he made me laugh with his arresting anecdote. It just takes a little trial and error to acquire some stand-by icebreakers.Match suggests asking a “Would you rather” question to get a date’s attention.
But it pays to show you’re not simply copy and pasting a message to everyone online. Online Dating Advice came up with some hilarious and unique messages to catch someone’s attention — including one claiming the person is too attractive for the dating site.
“I deeply regret that it is my unfortunate duty to bring it to your attention that you are above and beyond our maximum standards for looks,” the example message reads.
A solid joke can help you get your conversation off on the right foot — or at least up your odds of getting a response. We’ve collected 14 examples of funny online dating messages that tickle the funny bone and make a good impression.
pretty good, but you could send that message to pretty much anyone. Getting personal and showing you’ve actually read someone’s profile is a much more compelling way to elicit a response.
“Your account will be CLOSED unless you reply to this message with your name, phone number, your favorite flower, how many Cheetos you can fit in your mouth at once (just curious), and if you prefer Chinese or Italian cuisine.” The messenger playfully asked for a phone number, implied plans for a date, and showed creativity with a unique format for a side-splitting message.
“This is very serious business,” the online dater warned in the message.
“I would advise you not to take my message lightly or you might anger my boss Poseidon, lord of the seas.” A GIF is an easy and amusing way to start a conversation on a dating app.
It doesn’t take a razor sharp wit, but it still shows off your creativity.
When asked what the book was about, he answered, “Well it’s a phone book. The girl actually did respond with her phone number.
Sure, she gave him her dad’s number as well, but at least it’s something.
Enjoy these thirty-three funny Tinder profiles that definitely got their creators some action: Thanks to r/Tinder, imgur, and us for the images above.