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"[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.It's probably best to just use Dev's message as a source of inspiration, rather than straight-up copying it (especially since a good chunk of app daters were likely binge-watching season two over the weekend).
Oh, and he's charming as hell., newly single Dev (played by Ansari) goes on a lot of dates with people he meets on a fictional dating app that involves swiping and matching.
Of course, some people might be scared off by the implied familiarity, and not understand that you're kidding, Dr. Some people can just pick up on the fact that you have a go-to line, Markowitz says.
It might be okay to recycle a line if you know that, eventually, you're going to have to respond on a more personal level, according to Dr. "If your goal is to form a relationship, you aren't going to be able to do so by re-using lines and not actually engaging with the other person on a personal level," she says.
In fact, according to a spokesperson from the dating app Hinge, women are 40% more likely to respond to openers about food.
So, in theory, asking a woman a question about Whole Foods isn't a bad place to start. "It's funny and got people's attention because it's almost the quintessential millennial hipster line," says Erin Sumner, Ph D, an assistant professor at Trinity University who studies online dating.