The reason why it works isn't just a testament to Whole Foods' broad appeal; it's actually kind of brilliant.
Unlike a generic greeting, this question requires a response or, at the very least, a "haha." It's also assertive and skips over the small talk, so you can get right to the part where you make plans together, says Samantha Burns, LMHC, a relationship counselor and dating consultant.
Pick up lines are great for breaking the ice and making a couple of laughs, but if you’re trying to spit game with them, you might as well just pack up and go home.
And even if she does respond at first, she’s likely to stop responding to your messages before you get her number.
Thanks to your boring conversation starter, taking things off the app is an uphill battle. Your icebreaker message should ask a question that entices her, excites her, or gets her imagination flowing.
The casual nature of this message reads like something you'd text a long-term partner, so it's "unexpected and silly," Burns says.
Even though it's a little sarcastic, it also implies that you are thinking about the person's needs and would like to see the person — as soon as you get back from Whole Foods, that is.
"[This line] also opens up the door for a variety of interactions," Burns says.
Someone could reply, "A tasty dinner you can whip up for two," or they could tell you to get something vegan, which gives you more info about their eating habits, she says.
Lucky for us, the heralded era of online dating has somehow managed to make the act of courtship as unromantic as possible.
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