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19 legendary Tinder opening lines that are so wrong they’re right

14 January 2019

We’ve chosen 19 of the best Tinder pick-up lines that (a) put a smile on our face, (b) made us LOL (in a good way) and (c) didn’t make us vomit.

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Opening Tinder lines in all of their creative-yet-cringe glory.

Breaking the ice on the dating app Tinder can go one of two ways: so so right, or so so wrong. To the extent that, there are countless Instagram accounts dedicated to sharing the latter amounting to unprecedented levels of cringe, because – as it turns out – they’ve become the rule, not the exception (yuck!).

But there are very rare occasions in which a creative attempt at being charming and/or funny can actually be pulled off. While they mightn’t all be up your alley or get your heart racing, sometimes it’s good for the soul to just give decorum a bit of a side step and indulge in a cheeky lol at other people’s (mis)fortune.

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Scroll below for some of the best Tinder pick-up lines from when the dating platform first launched: 


 

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