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A to Z of Girl Pick-up Lines

Girl,

  1.  You are like a breath of fresh air, like an outstanding piece of Art in an art gallery
  2.  There are many things you and me can be, but it puts a smile of satisfaction on my face and a smile of envy on my buddies faces that you both beautiful and bootyfull
  3.  Either your creator must have taken the greatest care creating you or your cheated your way around heaven, 'coz you clearly the prettiest girl on earth
  4.  Don't ask why my breathing quickens every time I see you; setting my eyes on you makes me feel like I am drowning in your beauty, I have to catch my breath
  5.  Exciting, Exotic, Elegant, Electrifying; so many definitions in english, but when it comes to the human race, girl, you are the one and only definition of all the above
  6.  When I say you are fly, it may be due to the sensation of flying off the ground that I get when I am around you.
  7. Some girls are beautiful, a few are decent, even fewer got class; I didn't know I could find all this qualities in one girl.
  8. Your friends are distant stars, but like the sun, you are close and brighten up my day; that's why I call you hot.
  9. Unlike the rest, I won't try impressing you; it would be a futile effort compared with the impression you impact on your surroundings
  10. You are the perfect example of the lack of justice in this world; what with all that beauty in you? it isn't just to the rest.
  11. I was dressed to kill, but your figure outdid me
  12.  I am a very gifted learner, and I wouldn't mind a lesson about the interesting figure that your body makes.
  13.  When I first saw you, there are many things I missed; my heartbeat, a step, and my ex-girlfriend. About my ex, I broke up with her when I saw you...
  14.  With your looks and the way you carry yourself, you are bound to be charged with negligence for neglecting men's hearts
  15. One of the greatest reasons I hate the devil is because he gets to have more opportunities with you than I do
  16. When they said it was picture-perfect, they must have been talking about your picture, right?
  17. Don't ask why everyone is quiet. Your beauty has got them thinking you are a Queen, and it leaves all of us speechless. That's why I wrote this down.
  18. Were you a lab experiment, cause you feel like a chemical reaction
  19. We have met before, but I was rendered speechless by your beauty on both occasions. It also doesn't help that I am afraid of spells, leave alone your spell-bounding beauty
  20. I just realised that all my journeys in life have been in vain. the only trip worth taking is in your beauty; may I?
  21. Your body is such a beautiful and delicate complex that if I were a biologist, I would find you hard to understand.
  22. You got so much value that even a prince will find it hard to match your bride price
  23. With a waist like that, you are the only item on my wish list...
  24. Lets say if I was a mathematician, you would be the X in my equation
  25. You so beautiful that I wish you were my date; that way I would have you every day of the year
  26. When I saw you in all your beauty, a lot crossed my mind, now its just filled with zeros

      


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