Pickup lines that might get a ‘yes’ vote
Greece’s economy is close to collapse as its leaders negotiate with European creditors. Butevenin the face of crisis, the party rages on in Mykonos, and protesters are highlighting the comedy in the Greek tragedy with slogans such as “Europe without Greece is like a party without drugs.”
And that’s a good thing, because love waits for no bailout. Here are some pickup lines you might hear on the streets of Athens right now.
Are you a Greek savings account? Because I want to take you home tomy mattress.
I hate to see you leave the euro zone, but I love to watch you go.
Call me Angela Merkel, because I’m waiting for you to make the next move.
You can’t spell “austerity measures” without “me” and “u.”
Unlike the proposed bailout package, I can’t stand rejection.
Hey girl, is your name drachma? Because I just keep coming back to you.
The national debt burden isn’t the only thing crushing around here.
Did it hurt? When you fell from the euro zone?
Are you a Greek ATM? Because I’d wait forever for you.
These withdrawal limits aren’t the only thing I want to take off.
My German friends bet me I wouldn’t be able to talk to the most beautiful girl at the bar. Want to use their money to prop up your economy?
Unlike Yanis Varoufakis, I’ll never leave you.
I like my friendships like the Greeks like their welfare system: with generous benefits.
Is that a euro in your pocket? Please tellme that’s a euro in your pocket.
In Greece, romance — and a populist rejection of the European Union’s ruling order — is in the air.