14 Pickup Lines That Only St. Louisans Can Love


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Want to find a valentine of your very own before Valentine's Day this weekend? Let Daily RFT be your digital wingman.

The hardest part of meeting a nice guy or gal is breaking the ice without coming across like a total creeper or psycho hose beast. That's why we've come up with a list of cheesy pickup lines that are so St. Louis that they're dripping with provel.

So good luck, singles of St. Louis. We hope these STL-themed pickup lines will open the gateway to your future lover's heart...and bedroom.

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Here are our favorite St. Louis pickup lines:

1. Call me Ozzie Smith, baby, because I'd flip for you.

2. Forget Forest Park. You're the real jewel of the city.

3. Becky can keep her carpets because you're the queen of my heart.

4. I've erected a monument to our love, and it ain't the Arch!

5. Jon Hamm may be St. Louis' favorite son, but you're the man I'm mad for.

6. Can I crack open your Busch?

7. Are you an unregulated Lyft driver? Because I want to take a pink mustache ride with you.

8. Put down that gooey butter cake, girl, we can make one on our own.

9. Lewis and Clark would never have left St. Louis if they'd discovered that ass.

10. The Rams are gold and blue/The Cardinals are red/For Valentine's Day/I'll score you in my bed.

11. I'd save the last t-rav for you.

12. Want to find out why they call it Hickey Park?

13. You must be Fair St. Louis because I am seeing fireworks!

And last but not least:

14. Where did you go to high school?

Follow Lindsay Toler on Twitter at @StLouisLindsay. E-mail the author at Lindsay.Toler@RiverfrontTimes.com.


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