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Women’s pick-up lines

I love getting comments here on Pinoy Guy Guide. Readers of this blog provide very useful stuff for men and I have learned a lot from the other guys just by reading their comments. On this post, I’ve compiled a list of pick-up lines often used by women based on reader’s experiences and that of my own. More often than not, some guys aren’t aware that it’s even a pick-up line so I listed them below for your reference:

“Do you have a spare cigarette?”

I learned this pick-up line from a PGG reader who posted a comment here. His story goes something like this:

‘This is the weirdest…public smoking areas. It happened to me several times and i got scared coz some women would just simply ask if i have a spare cigarette. I had the chance to share the story with my sister..and she said: “Kuya, you are soo slow…that’s a pick-up line!”’

It’s funny because I didn’t know that it was a pick-up line indeed. If I was in his place, I would have simply handed over a spare cigarette. But no, I don’t smoke.

“Hey, you look familiar – have we met?”

This one is so common and it’s very obvious. Even guys use this pick-up line but it works all the time especially when you want to strike up a conversation during times you have no idea what to say. And yes, the ladies use them more often than you think.

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“Do you have an extra coin?”

In our office, we have a vendo machine where we could buy some snacks at a lower price. And based from my own experience there was a girl who was a new hire a few weeks ago. It happened to be that I was near the vendo machine when she was buying some Oreo. So it looked like she was running out of coins when all of a sudden she turned to me and asked “Do you have an extra coin?”. So I said yes and gave her some. Before I knew it, we were already chatting around.

“Hey, I like your shirt”

I would never forget my female officemate who told me about this pick-up line. She didn’t use it on me because we’re already friends in the first place, but during one of our lunch-outs she told us that her most-used pick-up line when she meets someone she likes goes something like “Hey, I like your shirt”. According to her, guys are clueless about this, but it is a pick-up line.


Don’t get me wrong – it’s not a pick-up line, but it’s a woman’s body language. Some women are just too shy to think of a clever pick-up line so they use their charm by smiling. So in case a pretty stranger smiles at you, it’s time for you to use your own pick-up line!

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Hi, my name is Chris and I am the founder of Pinoy Guy Guide. As a guy living in Bonifacio Global City in Manila, Philippines, I have a strong interest in writing about men's fashion, lifestyle, pop culture and gear for guys.


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  • Hey Chris!

    I think I’m in love with your blog! May tanung lang, yung pagiging suplada rin ba pero parang nagnanakaw sya ng tingin sakin and making funny (sometimes green) jokes with me, matatawag rin bang pick-up line yan?

  • Hi Paolo,

    To answer your question: Yes, it’s a pick-up line. It’s a sign that she’s into you especially if she looks at you every now and then. 🙂

    Anyway, thanks for the compliment and welcome here. I’m really glad that you like the blog. How did you find about Pinoy Guy Guide?

  • Hello Chris!

    Thanks for answering my question. I was just just surfing the net and was looking for some fashion related blogs, clicked some links and found out Pinoy Guy Guide. All of your topics really interested me and I think I replied at least 3 of your topics. Your articles are really helpful. Keep on posting and we’ll keep on reading! more power. 🙂

  • Thanks Paolo.

    BTW, I’m open to article or write-ups contributions so if you have a thing for writing, please feel free to email them 🙂

  • Question though for anybody, I noticed this when I look at a girl and they notice, they suddenly fix their hair, brush their hair to side or sometimes get their make-up kit to fix themselves. I just don’t wanna to taga “assumptionista” but is that a non-verbal language that you could approach her and talk?

  • McC – yep, that’s what you call body language. A girl touching or fixing her hair as you look at her is a sign that she’s interested in you.

  • Wonderful blog you have here but I was curious if you knew of any message boards that cover the same topics discussed here? I’d really like to be a part of group where I can get advice from other knowledgeable people that share the same interest. If you have any recommendations, please let me know. Appreciate it!

  • wow so very nice wonderful skin ……………………
    .and i have a women other people that share in group………………….

  • I was having my coffee at one of the Universal Studio cafes when a fine Filipino-looking lady, wearing cowboy boots and knee-length dress, approached me. She looked nervous when she asked me if I had a light. Obviously I had one ’cause a pack of cigarette was sitting before me on the table. I smiled and handed her the light. And that was it! Hahaha! After lighting her cigarette, she thanked me and I allowed her to just walk away from me. It happened several years ago. If it happened today, I would have lighted her cigarette myself and, at at the same time, asked her to help me resolve an issue: “I’ve just read a book (I WAS ACTUALLY READING A BOOK AT THE TIME AND NOTE SHE DIDN’T HESITATE TO APPROACH A BOOK READER.) and it’s trying to suggest women are stronger than men. I noticed the same in Bram Stoker’s Dracula and Allende’s House of the Spirits. Would you say the same thing? Men are weaker than women?” Then no matter what her position is, I would engage her in a playful debate. Man, I wasted that opportunity because that girl was absolutely gorgeous. I would have then used all sorts of routine (cold reading, the cube, the ring routine, etc.) if only I knew what to do next instead of freezing there trying to hyperthink about the situation. Back then, I knew nothing about value demonstration. This is a great blog Chris!!! Thanks!

  • Sniper – I know that feeling you had after you met that girl in Universal Studios. Sayang talaga! hehe.

    Anyway where you from? Welcome to PGG.

  • Indeed, if only I could travel back in time. Right now I have to move fast ’cause my girl is just around like a sniper looking very suspicious while I’m typing this. I live in QC. I work to change and re-shape minds just like what your blog does. May iba pang blog na ganito mula sa ‘Pinas? Kung wala, ang galing mo! Mabuhay ang PGG! I mean it. I have to eject myself now ’cause I feel my bushwhacking girl is fixing a bayonet and about to do a banzai to see what I’m typing. I’ll say more about your other topics next time. Thanks!

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