Dating relationship opening line
"It's funny and got people's attention because it's almost the quintessential millennial hipster line," says Erin Sumner, Ph D, an assistant professor at Trinity University who studies online dating.
The hardest part of talking to someone you have finally matched with on dating apps like Hinge and Tinder is the dreaded opening line.
If she is, and responds to you with a friendly "Hi" or "Hello," you now have the ball in your court.If there's a big crowd and she's with a lot of people and it's very noisy it's a bad place to meet and introduce yourself. She probably can't hear you well and you can't hear her.But that's a problem because most guys try to meet women at a club, filled with noise, dancing and drunks."If your goal is to form a relationship, you aren't going to be able to do so by re-using lines and not actually engaging with the other person on a personal level," she says."It's really amazing how the women respond to this stuff.