Horrible Swimming Valentine's Day Pickup Lines

These 18 Lines May Help You Score a Date

The pool is a great avenue for romance, and swimming is a unique sport where opposite sexes practice together while wearing next to nothing. This togetherness creates the opportunity for dating, love, and eventually marriage. If you are without a valentine this Valentine's Day, try one of these uber-cheesy swimming-inspired pickup lines on a swimmer, and you might get lucky.

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Are You the End of Practice? Because You're Always on My Mind

Micheal Phelps Holding a Sign
Waiting for the end of practice?. Getty Images/Chris Hyde

Use this pickup line if you find yourself next to a potential love interest near the end of your practice session or workout. As you both leave the pool, this line could serve to spark further discussion.

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Are You Tapering, Because You Are Everything I've Been Waiting For

Michael Phelps Looking Up
Who is Phelps waiting for?. Getty Images/Chris Hyde

Tapering in swimming — or in any competitive sport actually — refers to reducing your swim workouts and exercises in the days before a big competition. So, use this line if you know your love interest is set to reduce her workout regimen, giving her extra time — potentially — to go on​ a date with you.​

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Is Your Name Flip Turn? Because I'm Head over Heels for You

Swimmers Feet Turning
Heads over heels?. Getty Images/Al Bello

 Yes, this one's cheesy. But, it just may work: Use it if you know your swimming love interest competes in an event the requires the flip turn, such as freestyle.

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Girl/Boy You Make Me Need Anti-Fog Goggle Spray

Anti-fog Swim Googles
Who needs Anti-fog?. Getty Images/Al Bello

Use this one if the object of your desire uses goggles, which most competitive swimmers do. So, this is a good line to use with any competitive swimmer, male or female. 

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Are You the Black Line? Because I'm Lost Without You

Empty Olympic Pool
Do you need our black line?. Getty Image

The "black lines," of course, separate lanes and help guide swimmers to stick to the straight-and-narrow as they race. This is a good line to use if you can say it with a smile; otherwise, it may sound awkward. 

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You Can Quit Swimming After Your Dreams, I'm Right Here

Diana Nyad in the pool
Diana has swam a lot this year. Getty Images.

This may be the cheesiest line yet. But, if you can say it with a sense of humor, use it right after your love interest has finished a particularly energetic swim. 

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I'm Not Sure If It's the 200 Butterfly or You That Just Took My Breath Away

Butterfly Stroke
Matt King/Getty Images

 This is a good line to use if one — or both — of you are butterfly swimmers. The butterfly may be the most grueling swim stroke, so if both of you compete in this event, you'll likely form an immediate bond.

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My Love for You Is like a Mile, It Goes on and On

China, Guangzhou, Woman Swimming In Pool, View From Above
Dave Fleetham / Design Pics/Getty Images

Well, don't use this line if your intended is a sprinter. Clearly, this line will work best if you and the swimmer you want to meet are both distance swimmers. 

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Are You Tired? Because You've Been Swimming Through My Mind All Day

Kieren Perkins
Kieren Perkins was swimming through a lot of swimming minds for years. Getty Images.

This is actually a cute line. Use this with just about any swimmer after a tough workout. It's sure to get a laugh. 

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Are You My Race Suit? Because You Are Tight

Michael Phelps
What a tight suit. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

Be careful with this pickup line. Use it only if you know the swimmer you're talking to appreciates the compliment about his/her body figure. 

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Are You a Dive Set? Because You Leave My Knees Weak

Ready for the start
Are your knees getting weak?. Adam Pretty/Getty Images

 Any swimmer who starts a race from a dive position — which is just about any competitive swimmer — may appreciate this line. You'll also likely cause the swimmer you're approaching to subconsciously think about how her knees feel weak when in the crouching position ready to dive into the pool.

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Are You a Breath Control Set? Because You Take My Breath Away

Lochte breathing poolside
Getty Images

This one may not be the best line, but any swimmer will relate to it. In swimming, proper breathing is a major part of this competitive sport.

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You Are like My Snorkel, Because You're Wrapped Around My Mind

Woman snorkeling
M Swiet Productions/Getty Images

 This line really doesn't relate to competitive swimming: Competitive swimmers don't use snorkels. But, it is a cute line if you can't think of anything else.

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You Are Like My Paddles, Because I Feel Like You're Attached to Me

Contoured Swim Training Hand Paddles

This is a cute line. Swimmers sometimes wear paddles when training to increase resistance.  So, your love interest will likely relate to this line.

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My Coach Told Me to Warm-Up, I Had to Talk to You for Five Minutes

Couple poolside chatting
Sofie Delauw/Getty Images

This may be one of the best lines on the list. After all, what can the swimmer you approach say? No, the coach didn't say that? Even if he does, that can be a great way to start a conversation.

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Is Your Swim Suit Felt? [No] Do You Want It to Be?

Henry Taylor in the 1908 Olympic Games
Wonder if they wore felt suits in 1908?. Topical Press Agency/Stringer/Getty Images

This line is pretty forward. Use it only if you already have a rapport with your intended love interest. Or at least, use it only if you know she won't be offended. 

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How'd You like to Go on a Long Romantic Warm down and Split the Lane?

multiple people swimming in lanes
How cute, splitting the lane. Getty Images.

This line is a good one to use near the end of practice. It includes several terms that are familiar to any competitive swimmer.

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Are You the Black Line, Because You're All I'm Looking At?

two people swimming along the line
Back to the black line. Getty Images.

As with the previous pickup line that mentioned lane lines, this one will also conjure up obvious images for swimmers. Anyone who has ever competed in swimming has spent hours looking at these black lines.