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Top 50 Literary Pick Up lines

Check out our collection of cool and highly effective Literary conversation openers that are sure to make an impact! Impress the ladies with humorous and corny Literary pick-up lines, conversations starters, and great comebacks when you're put on the spot.

  1. I wish I was a pronoun so I could be the direct object of your affection!

  2. You know the website Bookslut? It was named after me.

  3. Share my quatrain

  4. I'm working on a story. Maybe you can help me with the climax.

  5. Are you French relative pronouns bc I've been staring at you all day.

  6. Hey girl, I don't need a best seller list to tell me you're number one.

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What is a Literary pickup line?

Working short literary pickup lines to impress a girl

If you were an articlie more than 200 words long, I would still read you.

Girl, you make my d become a D.

Let me s**... you with my encyclopedic knowledge about Percy Jackson and the Olympians.

You are the object of my preposition.

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This is a funny Literary pickup line!

You're so sexy, I'd even let you fold my pages dog-eared style.

Naked Lunch, anyone?

You had me at: I read Lawrence Durrell.

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And his kissing is as full of sanctity as the touch of holy bread.

If you're not proud or prejudiced, could I take you for a coffee sometime?

Good thing I brought my libary card, Cause I'm checking you out!

Looking at you is like opening my favorite book.

Have you heard about the curious case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde? Well, long story short, they would both like to go on a date with you.

Call me William S. Burroughs, because I want to Naked Lunch with you.

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Working Literary tinder opener

I know how to read and everything.

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Let me show you the difference between "lay" and "laid".

Hey girl... I know you're not a book, but I'm still checking you out.

With conjunctions, you and I can be together.

I like to flip through your pages.

I'm just a verb in search of my subject. Without you, I'm a dangling participle.

O, wilt thou leave me so unsatisfied?

Do you know how I can contact Sherlock Holmes? Because I need to solve the mystery of how to win your heart.

Hi. My name is Gregor Samsa. Woke up this morning and I was an insect! Weird, right!? You want a coffee?

Is that a semicolon, or are you just happy to see me?

Your hair blows in the wind like the ruffling pages of an old book lying on a bed facing an open window.

If you were a book I'd shelve you in the Ls for love.

Hi there, you look like a book, meet me, I'm a bookworm.

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Without thine companionship,dear lady, I fearest I'd spend the evening with pen in hand, if thou knows what I mean.

I'm the No 1 Ladies Detective Agency to the mystery that is you.

When I saw you I fell in love and you smiled because you knew.

If you were a sentence, I'd be the punctuation mark because I'd always follow you no matter what.

Without you, I feel like a fragment. Incomplete.

Do you want to come home with me tonight? That's a rhetorical question.

The genitive is my favorite case because it means you’re mine.

Sup babe? Wanna take a look at my hardcover?

I'm a verb because you can do me.

You have witchcraft in your lips

You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love you.

I'll be the Alice to your wonderland. And if that's too tame i'll be Mad Hatter.

If you were a book, I'd stay up all night reading.

I know I’m not supposed to judge a book by its cover, but one glance at you and I’m already interested.

Are you a preposition? Because I'd like to be your complement!

I Sawyer face across the room and I think if you went out with me it would be a Huckleberry win!

Choose only well-crafted pick up lines for both ladies and guys. Even though certain Literary phrases are hilarious, be aware they may not work well in real life. It is often awkward using smooth Literary lines to someone you haven’t even met yet.