While many might roll their eyes and claim to find them corny, according to a survey two-thirds of the fairer sex secretly appreciate questions such as, ‘Did it hurt when you fell out of heaven? I have had a really bad day and it always makes me feel better to see a pretty girl smile. ’ and ‘If I told you that you had a nice body, would you hold it against me? And 59 per cent think using a chat-up line shows a man has got a great sense of humour, while another 58 per cent believe it proves he’s confident. I never anticipated sitting around a virtual kitchen table through Skype.It’s a delight to laugh with my some of my best girlfriends who happen to be marriage and intimacy bloggers.Women like a guy with a good sense of humour, and a good chat-up line can be a great way of displaying that men have one.
Not just anyone is comfortable enough to say the word “orgasm” out loud.Flirting Dos Flirting Don'ts Community Q&A So you want to flirt with a guy or gal on MSN, AIM, Facebook Chat, or any other instant messaging service and you don't want to look like a creep?Congratulations — by seeking help, you've already demonstrated more self-awareness than the vast majority of online flirts.The women aren’t just talk, either, with four in ten having agreed to a date with a suitor who’s used a cheesy line on them, and one in ten even going on to have a long-term relationship with their admirer. If I told you that you had a nice body, would you hold it against me? Do you mind if I stare at you up close instead of from across the room? Hi, I just wanted to give you the satisfaction of turning me down. I seem to have lost my number, can I have yours instead? Another 64 per cent say they would happily go out with a man who was attractive if he used a naff one-liner on them - with ‘Apart from being beautiful, what do you do for a living?