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Woman shares three cheeky one-liners that will make men 'obsessed' with you

Woman shares three cheeky one-liners that will make men 'obsessed' with you

She took to TikTok to reveal her top dating tips

If you're looking to find love in 2024 then you may want to listen up as one woman has shared three cheeky one-liners that will supposedly make men 'obsessed' with you.

Influencer Courtney Shields, who goes by the handle @courtney.shields online, took to TikTok to share with her followers exactly what she does to bag a boo.

She titled the rundown: "Savage things to say to a guy when you want to flirt and get under his skin at the same time."

Courtney continued: "If you want to be unforgettable, I got you, this is gonna leave him thinking about you, because you're flirting, but you're doing it in kind of, like a slightly mean but funny way and not a lot of people really know how to nail this."

The TikToker revealed she's 'known' for this particular method in her friendship so she's clearly got it down to a T.

"It's funny if there's like a little bit of irony mixed in," she added before getting into it.

The TikToker revealed the one-liners she uses for three different scenarios.
The 'athletic' type

Now, Courtney explained that she uses different one-liners on different guys depending on their vibe, personality and hobbies.

Up first is how to make the 'athletic' type into you, with Courtney explaining: "So for example, number one, use this on some guy who's like, very athletic looking or looks like he gives a s**t basically about like being athletic."

Courtney's advice, instead of giving him a 'compliment that he's probably getting on a regular basis', is to tell him: "You look like a big pickleball guy."

If you're anything like me and haven't the slightest about what pickleball is, it's basically a mix between tennis and ping pong that is played on a field with paddle boards.

"He's not gonna know how to take this," she went on. "He's gonna wonder if you're calling him athletic. If it's a compliment, if you're calling him basic."

Courtney said the statement will leave him 'confused', adding: "It's a bit of a mixed bag - because he'll never know what you're really saying.

She explained that she uses different one-liners on different guys depending on their vibe, personality and hobbies.

The 'player' type

Next up is how to navigate talking to the 'player' type.

"Two is meant to be used on someone that you think is a player, but that you don't want to view you that way like he views every other girl," Courtney began.

She advised that after you two have been 'talking for a little while' and 'flirting for a couple hours', look at him and say: "This is gonna be hard for you.

"He's gonna be like, 'What's gonna be hard for me?' And then you're gonna look back at him - eye contact, obviously - and you're gonna say, 'Not getting what you want'."

Courtney added that 'you have to not give him what he wants' after saying that, however.

She carried on: "Like you have to be hard to get - not play hard to get but be hard to get.

The 'tall' type

And last but not least is how to chat to the taller fellas out there.

Courtney explained: "This one can only be used on someone that's tall or like kind of tall. So six feet and above, this one's for you."

She continued: "If you're six feet and above, you pretty much always meet people's height requirements. You're pretty much already meeting the mark there.

"So you're probably walking around feeling pretty damn good about your height. But we are here to humble you and obviously, if someone's short, this would just come off as rude. We're not trying to be rude. We're trying to be playful."

The TikToker added: "So you're just gonna look at him and say, 'I remember you being a little taller'. And he's gonna be like, 'What? Like I'm six two what do you mean you remember me being taller? Like I am tall', and you're just gonna be like, 'Yeah, I guess' and just leave it there."

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@courtney_shields

Topics: Sex and Relationships, Life, TikTok