Six Worst Miami Pick-Up Lines, According to the Ladies
Photo by Laurie Charles Pitbull isn't preppy enough for Teresita Perez.
"I Could Be Preppy Like Pitbull"
"Once a guy asked me what kind of guys I like," said Teresita Perez, who was all smiles celebrating her birthday.
"I told him, 'I like preppy guys,' and this guy was wearing a backwards hat and baggy pants."
"He told me, 'I have Lacostie shirts," Perez said.
"Lacostie, like Lacoste?" I asked.
"Yes!" she laughed. "I told him, 'That's not exactly what I meant.' So then he said, 'I can be preppy like Pitbull.' I said, 'No, thank you.'"
"It didn't work on me. But hey, this was three years ago and I still remember."
Photo by Laurie Charles Stephanie Farah, left, and her friends don't have a mirror in their pants.
"Do You Have a Mirror in Your Pants?"
Stephanie Farah and her friends were dancing by the crowded bar.
"Hmm, I don't know... 'Did it hurt when you fell from heaven?' of course," said Farah's friend who was wearing a coral top that hugged all of her curves.
"The worst is," Farah cut in. "'Do you have a mirror in your pants? Because I see myself in them.'"
Photo by Laurie Charles Angela Oneto, left, and her friend won't fall for corny small talk.
Awkward Small Talk
Sitting by a table near the entrance of Blackbird was Angela Oneto and a friend.
"Someone asked us right now if this place was really good... He was dancing," Oneto said. "And then he was like, 'I'm not trying to hit on you or anything, I just wanna know if it sucks.'"