Pick-up lines from other eras — the 60s

With time-traveling DeLoreans driving around willy-nilly, you never know when you’ll get taken back in time.  And regardless of what era you might end up in, you gotta have pick-up lines on the ready.

It’s true.

Here are some for the 60s:

“It’s a bomb drill.  Can I hide under your skirt?”

“Spread your legs.  I’ll give you a 1/8th British invasion.”

“Come into the kitchen and I’ll show you how I put the counter in counterculture.”

“Sweet loving should satisfy the Equal Pay Act of 1963, right?”

“Wikipedia assured me that The Pill was first released in 1960!”

“Turn on, tune in, drop your pants.”

“Those boots were made for walking… that ass over to my orgy room.”

“Welcome to the night before Breakfast at Tiffany’s.”

“Even The Beatles think that we should ‘Come Together.’  Right now.”

“Mount THIS protest.”

“I’m a conscientious subjector.”

“I can see some space that deserves exploration.”

“I’m going to send a one-manned probe to your moon…”

“Wanna come back to my place to discuss complex inter-related cultural and political trends and fuck?”

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