If you are one of those people who find chatting someone up really difficult and especially at Christmas- Match are here to offer a helping hand.

Relationships on Female First

Relationships on Female First

Like it or not Christmastime can be the perfect moment to whip out the cheesy one liners and perhaps the one and only time of year that they are taken positively according to 45% of Match members. 54% have even admitted that they may not be the biggest lovers of chat up lines but in the right environment, one of those listed below could lead to success, eclipsing the Christmas favourite- mistletoe.

So here we have it; a list of top 10 yuletide chat up lines for those looking for love this Christmas. All of them have taken inspiration from movies, songs and urban folklore to mix things up a bit:

'Can I take your picture? Because I want Santa to know exactly what I want for Christmas.'

'All I want for Christmas Is you.' (from Mariah Carey's song of the same name) 

'How much do all of Santa's reindeer weigh? Enough to break the ice.'

'I must be a snowflake, because I've fallen for you.'

'I didn't think I was a snowman, but you just made my heart melt'

'You can unwrap me anytime.'

'To me, you are perfect.' (from Love Actually)

'Are you Christmas? Because I want to Merry you.'

'What's the difference between you and the Grinch? The Grinch stole Christmas, but you've just stolen my heart.'

'You make it feel like Christmas.'

Those that narrowly missed the top ten were the likes of 1990s boy band East 17 ('Baby if you've got to go away, don't think I can take the pain') and crooner Dean Martin ('as long as you love me so, let it snow')

Kate Taylor, relationship expert for match.com, comments: "Christmas is the season of goodwill to all men, so women should be more amenable to cheesy chat-up techniques at this time of year. If you can banter about Santa with some festive flirting, keep your best Christmas chat-up lines up your sleeve to give you the confidence to approach new people. Saying ANYTHING - even if it's cornier than a Richard Curtis movie - has got to be better than standing under the mistletoe alone. Approach with confidence, keep it light-hearted and fun, and use your best smile; you'll be sure to sleigh them"

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