## CUTE MATH PICK UP LINES

## CUTE MATH PICK UP LINES

###### CHOOSE ONE FROM LINES BELOW:

1. “My love for you goes on like the number pi.”

2. “You have nicer legs baby than an Isosceles right triangle.”

3. “Baby, you’re like a student and I’m like a math book… you solve all my problems!”

4. “I am equivalent to the Empty Set when you are not with me.”

5. “My friends told me that I should ask you out because you can’t differentiate.”

6. “Are you a 90 degree angle? ‘Cause you’re looking right.”

7. “Hi, are you open for deduction?”

8. “My love for you is like dividing by zero– it cannot be defined.”

9. “I want our love to be like pi, irrational and never ending.”

10. “If I move my lips half the distance to yours… and then half again… and again… etc…. would they ever meet? No? Well in this specific case I am going to disprove your assumption.”

11. “My love for you is like y=2^x… exponentially growing.”

12. “Once you go Asian, you never miss an equation.”

13. “Are you the square root of -1? Because you can’t be real.”

14. “What are the odds of me meeting you!”

15. “Hey! baby can I cal-cu-la-tor [call you later]?”

16. “Do you like math? [No.] Me neither… In fact, the only number I care about is yours.”

17. “My odd number is looking to add one to become even!”

18. “Are you a function of my asymptotic? I always tend towards you.”

19. “I need some answers for my math homework. Quick. What’s your number?”

20. “You and I would add up better than a Riemann sum.”

21. “I wish I were a predicate so I could be the direct object of your affection.”

22. “I’m not being obtuse but you’re acute girl.”

23. “You are the golden ratio!”

24. “Hey there, I’m into tables, rulers, measuring tape and have a very large pencil!”

25. “I memorized the first 300 digits of π baby. If you give me a chance, I bet I could memorize the first 7 digits of your phone number, too.”

26. “My attraction to you is an inversed square law.”

27. “Now there is a set of twin primes!”

28. “Baby, let me find your nth term.”

29. “Honey, you’re sweeter than 3.14.”

30. “Hi, your one positive number!”

31. “Baby, our Wronskian must be zero because we seem like a fundamental set of solutions.”

32. “My love for you is like pi… never ending.”

33. “Are you the square root of negative one? Cause girl, you unreal!”

34. “Your face has perfect reflective symmetry.”

35. “You interest me more than the fundamental theorem of calculus.”

36. “Can I have your significant digits?”

37. “My love is like an exponential curve – it’s unbounded.”

38. “If you were sin^2x and I was cos^2x, then together we’d make one.”

39. “Will you be my third dimension? Without you I’m not real.”

40. “Darling, I’ll love you until they find an end to pi.”

41. “Hi, I’m a math teacher and I like to get radical with you!”

42. “If I’m the Riemann zeta function, you must be s=1.”

43. “My love for you is like a fractal – it goes on forever.”

44. “If you were a triangle you´d be acute one.”

45. “I less than three you….. [I < 3 you].”

46. “You + Me love = The number of sides in a Mobius Strip.”

47. “Are you the square root of -100? Because you’re a solid ten, but too good to be real.”

48. “I’ll take you to the limit as X approaches infinity.”

49. “I love you more than my ti-84 silver edition calculator!”

50. “Girl, you must be the corresponding y in the codomain of an argument x in a one to one function, because you’re unique.”

51. “You + Me love = The number of sides in a Mobius Strip.”

52. “Hey girl. Are you a 5×5 matrix inversion? Because I wanna spend way too much time with you and probably make a mistake or two.”

53. “If I were a function you would be my asymptote – I always tend towards you.”

54. “What’s your sine? The sine^(-1) of you must be pi/2 cause you’re the one!”

55. “If four plus four equals eight, ….then me plus you equals fate.”

56. “My love for you is a monotonically increasing unbounded function.”

57. “Let’s take each other to the limit to see if we converge.”

58. “Baby, lim (u->me) ? e^x = f(u)^n.”

59. “My love for you is like the slope of a concave up function because it is always increasing.”

60. “Your name is Leslie? Look, I can spell your name on my calculator!”

61. “I’m binary and I think you are the 1 for me.”

62. “Your beauty cannot be spanned by a finite basis of vectors.”

63. “Math is so easy, math is not like you at all, you don’t play easy.”

64. “Like a quantum computation, our paths are entangled.”

65. “You are the solution to my homogeneous system of linear equations.”

66. “My love for you is like an increasing function: it grows, grows, and grows.”

67. “My ex-girlfriend is like the square root of -1,…. she’s imaginary.”

68. “If I was cosin squared and you were sin squared we would be one.”

69. “You don’t need to be a mathetician to figure out we’re the perfect pair.”

70. “You must be the square root of two because I feel irrational around you.”

71. “Hey baby, what’s your sine?”

72. “How can I know so many hundreds of digits of pi and not the 7 digits of your phone number?”

73. “I don’t like my current girlfriend. Mind if I do a you-substitution?”

74. “Boy, you must be point slope form because you confuse the hell out of me!”

75. “By looking at you I can tell you’re 36-25-36, which by the way are all perfect squares.”

76. “I’ve been secant you for a long time.”

77. “Hey girl, what’s your sin? it must be 90 because you’re the 1.” [wink wink]

78. “The thought of you and I is deriving me crazy.”

79. “The derivative of my love for you is 0, because my love for you is constant.”

80. “Hello , I heard that you are good at algebra … It will replace my eX without asking Y?”

81. “Meeting you is like making a switch to polar coordinates: complex and imaginary things are given a magnitude and a direction.”

82. “Being without you is like being a metric space in which exists a cauchy sequence that does not converge.”

83. “Are you a square? ‘Cause you got all the right angles.”

84. “You are a well-defined function.”

85. “I can figure out the square root of any number in less than 10 seconds. What? You don’t believe me? Well, then, let’s try it with your phone number.”

86. “You have a fine body. Are you a Mathlete?”

87. “I heard you like math , so what’s the sum of U + Me?”

88. “I keep forgetting, are you free tonight? Because I think we should be adjoint.”

89. “I wish I were the first N terms of your convergent Taylor polynomial expansion so I could get close to you.”

90. “The measure of your imperfections is zero.”

91. “Our love is like the topology on A and B {{},{A,B},{A}}: it’s not discrete, and everything else is trivial (down to homeomorphism).”

92. “To show my love, I will go up the prime number staircase till the Riemann hypothesis is disproven.”

93. “I feel that you and I can’t be described as the union of two disjoint open sets whose complement is empty.”

94. “If you were a topology, you’d be the discrete topology, because you’re the finest of them all.”

95. “Every prime number 1 mod 4 is a sum of two squares. Uhh…. wanna go out for dinner?”

96. “Opsss, I know you like adding numbers so can you please add you phone number here?”

97. “Baby I’d like to call your legs the Taylor Series, because they go all the way to infinity.”

## DIRTY MATH PICK UP LINES

## DIRTY MATH PICK UP LINES

###### CHOOSE ONE FROM LINES BELOW:

1. “You’ve got the curves, I’ve got the angles.”

2. “I hope you know set theory because I want to intersect and union you.”

3. “I’d like to calculate the slope of those curves.”

4. “Are you a math teacher? Because you got me harder than calculus.”

5. “I wish I was your derivative so I can lie tangent to your curve.”

6. “Hello babe! Let’s make our slopes zero.” [Slope of zero means horizontal => bed]

7. “Are you a differentiable function? Because I’d like to be tangent to your curves!”

8. “Let me integrate our curves so that I can increase our volume.”

9. “You’ve got more curves than a triple integral.”

10. “I wish I was your problem set, because then I’d be really hard, and you’d be doing me on the desk.”

11. “Do you need math help? Wanna expand my polynomial?”

12. “Huygens’ favorite curves were cycloids, but my favorite curves are yours.”

13. “Hey girl are you 1/x because you’re the rate of change of my natural log.”

14. “Hey baby, how about we add the bed, subtract the clothes. I’ll divide your legs and then we’ll pray that you don’t multiply. ;)”

15. “I wish I was your second derivative so I could investigate your concavities.”

16. “What do math and my dick have in common?… They’re both hard for you.”

17. “We’ve been differentiating for too long, lets sum it up and integrate.”

18. “Can I plug my solution into your equation?”

19. “I wish I was your secant line so I could touch you in at least two places!”

20. “Hi baby! I’m like pi baby, I’m really long and I go on forever.”

21. “Whoops love, I think my binomials just expanded.”

22. “Maybe later we can go over to my place and titrate until you reach your end-point…”

23. “Bertrand Russell was a renowned mathematician, philosopher and advocate for sexual liberation. How about we cut math and philosophy class and focus on the rest of Russell’s life.”

24. “If we were two objects of Set Theory, where would we intersect?”

25. “The volume of a generalized cylinder has been known for thousands of years, but you won’t know the volume of mine until tonight.”

26. “In Euclidean geometry two parallel lines never touch … let’s go back to my place and study some non-Euclidean geometry.”

27. “Is that an orthogonal vector in your pocket or are you just happy to see me?” [whispers]

28. “I need a little help with my Calculus, can you integrate my natural log?”

29. “The surface of my cylinder is not a compact metric space.”

30. “Hey, nice asymptote.”

31. “You be the numerator and I will be the denominator, so both of us can reduce to the simplest form.”

32. “Hello baby! Let’s make love like pi; irrational and never ending.”

33. “Hey, baby want to Squeeze my Theorem while I poly your nomial?”

34. “Hi baby! If you don’t want to go all the way, you can still partially derive me.”

35. “I would really like to bisect your angle.”

36. “Hey Girl, can you satisfy my graph?”

37. “Can I explore your mean value?”

38. “I heard you’re sin baby because you’re always on top when we make tangent.”

39. “Nice calculator. Wanna iterate?”

40. “Your body has the nicest arc length I’ve ever seen.”

41. “How about I perform a sort on your variables, and you can analyse my performance?”

42. “Are you a 45 degree angle, because you’re perfect.”

43. “I’ll take you to your limit if you show me your end behavior.”

44. “I wish you were the Pythagorean theorem so I can insert my hypotenuse into your legs.”

45. “If I’m sine and you’re cosine, wanna make like a tangent?”

46. “I don’t know if you’re in my range, but I’d sure like to take you back to my domain.”

47. “Why don’t we use some Fourier analysis on our relationship and reduce to a series of simple periodic functions.”

48. “I’m good at math… let’s add a bed, subtract our clothes, divide your legs, and multiply!”

49. “My life goal is to make you harder than my calculus homework.”

50. “Since distance equals velocity times time, let’s let velocity and time approach infinity, because I want to go all the way with you.”

51. “If you were a graphics calculator, I’d look at your curves all day long!”

52. “Baby you must be a modulus sign, ‘cos whenever you wrap your arms round me i always feel positive!”

53. “Wanna make a composite function?”

54. “Hey baby, can I see what’s under your radical?”

55. “Are you a math teacher? Because you got me harder than trigonometry.”

56. “You may be out of range, yet I would love to show you my domain.”

57. “If I was a polynomial, how would you expand me?”

58. “I not good at algebra but you and I together make 69!!!”

59. “You make me NP-hard, but I have an algorithm for you to approach me.”

60. “I believe you’ll find my Hardy-Littlewood quite maximal.”

61. “I think our Collatz Conjecture holds: wherever we start, we should end up being one.”

62. “Are you a compact set? Cause I’d love to get you under my finite covers.”

63. “I’ve got an orthogonal non-linear operator that’d I’d love to integrate over your entire surface.”

64. “My covers are open for you.”

65. “My vector has a really large magnitude. Would you care to normalize it?”

66. “Baby, you make me harder than the travelling salesman problem.”

67. “Can I measure your foot with my foot long retraceable stick!”

68. “Your so fine you make the Weierstrass function and Brownian motion differentiable.”

69. “Your body is so curved, I quickly reach Nash equilibrium.”

70. “You and I must be inverse logical functions. Because I could compliment you all day!”

71. “Do you like differential geometry? Because I know someone with a well defined normal vector who admits all sorts of smooth embeddings and exotic structures.”

72. “Hey baby, I must be in your eigenspace, because you make me grow.”

73. “My legs are separable if you’re doing the splitting.”

74. “Girl, we go together so well. My injective function is onto you.”

75. “I´d like to put my ring of unity around you.”

76. “Can I be the hypotenuse in between your legs.”

77. “How kinky are you? I’ve got some countable chains to make those legs separable.”

78. “You are either a sphere or a donut, decide!”

79. “Hey girl, you must be asking me to evaluate the area under a curve for an unbounded region of x, because my integral’s not the only thing that wants to get improper.”

80. “You must be a conjugate prior, cause that posterior is tractible!”

81. “No, I’d rather be your squeeze theorem – that way I could take it to the limit and hit it from both ends. Actually, if I could be a clopen set in your standard topology, then I could be inside of you, outside of you, and on you all at the same time. But what would be optimal is if I could be the Nash embedding of a Lorentzian manifold in your subset Euclidean space such that your kernel with respect to Rn is a linear transform of mine – that way I could smoothly place myself on your flat areas and extend myself into you.”

82. “Want to come back to my place and do the Box-Cox transformation?”

83. “Call me parabola, Cause there’s a conic section in my pants.”

84. “This is my measuring stick!”

85. “I’m relativistic: the faster I go, the longer I last.”

86. “Baby my symplectic width might be a problem for u but don’t worry.”

87. “Wanna come back to my room and see my copy of Euclid’s “Elements”?”

88. “Baby we’re asymptotic – you get on top of me and in the limit we become one.”

89. “I want to have my unit vector on your nullspace.”

90. “I know you’re not holomorphic everywhere so why don’t you let me find your singularities.”

91. “Hey babe, are you an inverse function? Because you make my natural log rise exponentially.”

92. “Why don’t you come back to my place for some computational geometry. We’ll do some ray casting and see if my point can go inside your polygon.”

93. “Do you need a relation between geometric vectors? Because you’re making me tensor.”

94. “Hey baby you and your algebraist friend over there should go home with me and learn about group action.”

95. “You can call me Surjection because I want to fill your range.”

96. “I wish I was your Fourier Transform so I could investigate the frequency of those curves.”