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Singletons reveal the rude and VERY worst chat-up lines they have experienced

No wonder they are single! People share the most toe-curling chat-up lines they’ve ever heard (and will embarrass you)

  • Missguided encouraged followers to share the worst chat uplines they had heard
  • Singletons flocked to social media to share the cringe-worthy and X-rated
  • Hundreds of examples were shared – but you have been warned not to use them

Valentine’s Day is here, but that doesn’t seem enough to have inspired the future Romans to brush up their talk.

Take to Twitter this month, British retailer Missguided encouraged followers to share the worst chat-up lines they had experienced.

And singletons quickly flocked to the social media network to oblige, with some really terrible results.

The thread quickly generated 1000 likes, retweets, and responses, with a frustrated singleton who shared her chat up line: “Let’s make it as a fabric softener and lie down comfortably. I don’t even understand … “.

Valentine's Day is fast approaching, but that does not seem enough to have inspired the so-called casanovas to brush up their talk. Retailer Missguided this month encouraged Twitter to share the worst chat uplines they had experienced

Valentine's Day is fast approaching, but that does not seem enough to have inspired the so-called casanovas to brush up their talk. Retailer Missguided this month encouraged Twitter to share the worst chat uplines they had experienced

Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, but that does not seem enough to have inspired the so-called casanovas to brush up their talk. Retailer Missguided this month encouraged Twitter to share the worst chat uplines they had experienced

She shares her worst sentence and another added: “Is your name Ariel? Because I think we are mermaid for each other.

Another tweeted the very cheap line she got, which was: “Do you have a patch?” Because I hurt myself because I fell for you.

Others were definitely more X-rated, including a very rude view of the ‘roses are red’ poem.

And another woman described how a match started the conversation with: “D5,” before explaining, “Sorry for that Leonie, I was trying to get a snack from the snack machine.”

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