The dating site offers examples like, “Would you rather always find a parking space or always find your missing keys?
” or “Would you rather be invisible or be immortal? You could ask, “Would you rather have a puppy-sized elephant or an elephant-size puppy for a pet?
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.
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.
He replied, “So I guess the question at this point is, do you want the D?
“He let me off with a warning and said I better get your number.” Clearly, this guy is a smooth talker.
He seems fairly proud of his run-in with the cop, and it’s bold of him to tell such an incriminating story right off the bat. And hey, some girls are into bad boys who live on the edge, risking life and limb for their lady loves.
Dream3vil certainly makes an impression in his first message, and he even throws in a directive from a police officer to make it harder to refuse.
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.