Can I buy you a drink? (bum variant)

Even though the “Can I buy you a drink” chat-up line is all tried and tested and pretty successful as far as chat-up lines go, there is an interesting variant that you might wanna check out.

The thing is that if you buy people a drink, they may just accept only because they are thirsty rather than interested. Using the following method — however — you can separate the winners from the time-wasters using just one simple phrase.
Try this if you’re confident:

— Can I buy you a drink?
  — Sure, I’ll have a G&T.
— Oh wait, I seem to have left my wallet in my Porsche.
  — That’s ok, lemme buy you a drink instead

What does that spell? S-C-O-R-E!

Comments: 2

  1. Apple Says:

    Reminds me of a guy I knew many years ago, unemployed, lived with his mother, he owned two things, a Mercedes car key and the gift the gab.

    Many nights we would see him out chatting up girls, he was always a pilot, had always left his wallet at the airport, he never bought a drink all night, would even walk with the girl to an empty space in a car park where he would announce his car had been stolen, so she would even end up paying the taxi fare back to her place, where he spent the night before jetting off to New York or some place, promising to ring her. He was a class act. πŸ˜€

  2. ChatUp Says:

    See? We’re not just making these up you know πŸ™‚ Hehe tx.

    And yeah in some neighbourhoods a Mercedes would work just as well as a Porsche πŸ˜‰

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