Some Norwegian girls were telling me in Australia that a young British guy approached them with a Norwegian phrase that essentially meant "I'd like to have intercourse with you where the sun really doesn't shine". They weren't sure if he even knew what it meant, but assured me it was not the best way to chat up a girl on the beach.
I have two worst lines used on me. The first was a bloke who came up to me at a party and said
'what's Columbia famous for?'
I went 'uh?', with a completely blank look on my face, he then prompted me with 'a drink'
it dawned on me, so I answered 'coffee', he then replied 'your place or mine?'. It didn't work! Cheesy or what.
The other experience was a lot more funny. A bloke in a pub stopped me on the way to the toilet and said:
'Your dad must have been a thief'. He didn't get any further cos I had right hooked him and given him a mouthful saying my dad had never stolen anything EVER, blah blah. Once I'd calmed down he had a chance to say: 'I was only going to say he stole the stars from the sky and put them in your eyes'
Urrggggh, I thought that was the most CHEESY line ever and told him so. I said to him if he wanted to pull women rather than get punched by them, he needed to change his chat up lines!
My friends found both of these hilarious and were on the floor laughing!
Oh and the other one I had was:
'Where have you been all my life?'
To which I replied 'Hiding from idiots like you!'
I'm not the fastest when it comes to put downs, so I was so proud of that one!
at a pub -
"Did i spit on you?"
muttered by a close-standing lecherous drunk to my friend