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The 10 Worst Pick-up Lines from the Movies

floatsWhy don't people who wish to know other people just walk over and say hello? What leads normally intelligent individuals to believe that uttering something like, "If I said you had a beautiful body, would you hold it against me?" would cause some other individual to follow them anywhere?  Movies have not helped, providing a wide selection of bad lines that will effectively inspire others to run away.  Here are the 10 quotes least likely to help you meet that person across the room.

“I don't know how to put this but I'm kind of a big deal.”
Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004) – Ron Burgundy (Will Farrell)

“God was showing off when he made you.”
Keeping the Faith (2000) – Rabbi Jacob Schram (Ben Stiller)

“You are everything I never knew I always wanted.”
Fools Rush In (1997) – Alex Whitman (Matthew Perry)

“You’re why cavemen chiseled on walls.”
As Good As It Gets (1997) – Simon Bishop (Greg Kinnear)

“People should have to qualify to go out with you. You're too precious to be on the open market.”
Keeping the Faith (2000) – Anna Riley (Jenna Elfman)

“Dancing is just a conversation between two people.  Talk to me.”
Hope Floats (1998) – Justin Matisse (Harry Connick Jr.)

“When was the last time you were decently kissed? I mean, really, honestly good and kissed?”
That Thing You Do (1996) – Guy Patterson (Tom Everett Scott)

“Pardon my lips. They find joy in the most unusual places.”
A Good Year (2006) – Max Skinner (Russell Crowe)

"I could find the whole meaning of life in those sad eyes."
Waitress (2007) - Dr. Pommater (Nathan Fillion)

“I'm storming your castle on my steed, m'lady.”
Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004) – Ron Burgundy (Will Farrell)

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