French the language of love. Or was that Spanish? Or Italian? French of course, the others are impostors! Who doesn’t love the sexy sound of a French man or woman speaking their language or even yours. The sound of them talk is like a “coup de foudre-love at first site”, and they make you melt like butter in the sun. If your interested in a French speaking person, then you’ll need some pick-up lines. So here is our choice of our 10 Best French Pick Up Lines.
10 Ton père est un photographe? Car tu es vachement bien développée
Is your father a photographer? Because are really well-developed
9 Tu es comme un bijou de la mer. Embrasse-moi maintenant ma cherie/mon cheri
You are like a jewel of the sea. Kiss me now my darling
8 Que-est-ce que tu fais en hiver d’avoir des beaux yeux de même?
What do you do in winter to have such beautiful eyes?-
This is a good saying from Quebec, just to vary the origin of our French pick up lines
7 Est-ce que tu crois au coup de foudre au premier regard ou est-ce que je dois repasser ?
Do you believe in love at first sight? Or should I walk by again?
6 Excuse-moi. On dirait que j’ai perdu mon numéro de téléphone… Est-ce que je pourrais emprunter le tien ?
Excuse me, I lost my phone number…could I borrow yours?
5 Est-ce que tu as un plan ? Je me suis perdu dans tes yeux.
Do you have a map? I’m lost in your eyes
4 Tu as du feu?
Do you have a light?
Not exactly a chat up line but a good way to get a conversation started, a meet an interesting person
3 Tu as un beau sourire
You have a nice smile–
A compliment goes a long way, and it’s up to the reciever to see how far they want to go with it
2 Ton père est un voleur ? Il a volé les étoiles du ciel pour les mettre dans tes yeux
Is your father a thief? He stole the stars from the sky to put them in your eyes ♥♥♥.
I challenge anyone to say that this is a bad line. Even if the arrow misses at least they’ll think it was nice.
1 Ma petite fleur de champs
My little field flower.
Another cute pick up line, one of our favourites
Once you have your petit/e ami/e or copain/copine- boyfriend or girlfriend, you’ll need some terms of endearment to call him/her your “chaton“-kitten. The French also have a strange but cute way or addressing their loved ones like:-
ma petite puce- my little flea
ma petite biche- my little doe
ma petite poule- my little hen
mon petit minou- my little kitten
and from there you can be inventive and call someone “ton petit chameau”- your little camel. This will give them a good laugh.