Top 10 Chat-up Lines
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Ten best chat-up lines to use in French
Published: 12 Apr 2013 08:37 GMT+02:00
Updated: 12 Apr 2013 10:00 GMT+02:00
If your interpretation of French flirting involves reciting the lyrics: “Voulez-vous coucher avec moi ce soir” then you might as well stay at home. Luckily, The Local is here to guide you with a list of ten of the best chat-up lines to use in French.
Do you resort to diversion tactics to get someone’s attention? Is your ideal date at a fast-food joint? Or perhaps you would rather skip dinner and get straight to the point.
Whatever your style, The Local has compiled a list of the top ten French chat-up lines.
Ranging from the cheesy to the plain cheeky, you may recognize some of them, but others are individual to France.
Disclaimer: The Local takes no responsibility for any angry outburst or injury incurred as a result of their use.
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