Title: Is that a Bunsen Burner in your pocket...
Description: Or are you just happy to see me?
Vixen - December 20, 2007 05:16 PM (GMT)
So there I was, flicking through the New Scientist, when I came across the (now ended) Feedback scientific chat up lines competition. Some of the winning entries:
"You are definitely the woman of my REM phase"
"Would there be any resistance if I asked to take you ohm?"
"Would kissing you increase global warming and damage the Arctic irreversibly, or is it just enough to break the ice?"
"Baby, you must be a start codon, because you're turning me on."
"I love the way you smell so different from my dad."
And my favourite:
So, anyone got any more? How would you chat up a Physicist? A Biologist? A Geologist? An Archaeologist? Do share. Here's my archaeology based bit of lovin' to start things off:
"I'd like to check out your stratigraphy!"
"Tell me, do you see us in the same context?"
"I've got the carbon, you've got the argon: let's date."
And so on.
Kingreaper - December 20, 2007 05:21 PM (GMT)
Well there's the ever popular: "I wish I were your derivative so I could lie tangent to your curves"
For physics ones I'm a bit sparse but perhaps:
"You're magnetic so our attraction is strong: How about a little Grand Unification"
Vixen - December 20, 2007 06:17 PM (GMT)
One for geology - "Wanna see my rocks?"
I'm glad I created this love based thread. The flame wars thing is too enticing. I hope nobody takes me *too* seriously.... Lol, we should have a 'suckup' thread somewhere where you can be really, painfully nice to people.
I like "You're so hot, you're denaturing my enzymes."
Harby - December 21, 2007 01:51 AM (GMT)
"Meiosis?", heh. Pure and simple.
I know just one myself, "Are you a fossil? Because I’d like to date you."
lfucker - January 25, 2008 02:10 AM (GMT)
"I wish I were your second derivative so I can test your concavity".
Kingreaper - January 25, 2008 03:45 PM (GMT)
A really quite bad one: "I want to find my wavefunction in your potential well"
lfucker - January 25, 2008 09:42 PM (GMT)