14 LDS Pick-Up Lines Guaranteed to Win You a Valentine

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1. “Are you the first book of Nephi? Because I can’t seem to stop coming back to you.”

1 nephiMore like the first CHAPTER of Nephi, AMIRITE?

2. “Did you bring the brother of Jared across the sea? Because that body is tight like unto a dish!”

Brother of Jared's stones with supernatural power3. “I think you need to reread the Word of Wisdom, because you’re SMOKIN’.”

steamy smoking hot#STEAMY

4. “Are you Laban’s sword? Because you’re exceedingly fine.”

Holding the sword5. “Are you a good cause? Because I’d like to become anxiously engaged to you.”

engagement ring^This line sounds like something a returned missionary would say to the first girl he meets after he gets home.

6. “The tree of life called — it wants its sweetness back.”

Tree of Life7. “I know you’re not Ammon, but I find you completely disarming.”

ammon book of mormon8. “Are you Jonah? Because I can’t figure out where you’ve been hiding all my life.”

jonah nineveh beach prophets
“Jonah on the Beach at Nineveh” by Daniel A. Lewis

Although hopefully you haven’t been hanging out in a whale’s belly, because… I mean, yuck.

9. “I lived in Heaven a long time ago, it is true. Now I’m on earth, so I can start a family with you.”

“I Lived in Heaven (Remix)” feat. Me, Your Future Spouse

10. “Jesus may want you for a sunbeam, but I just want you.”

11. “It’s too bad Noah already built the ark, because we’re the perfect pair.”

NoahAlso we could hold hands while riding on giraffes, which is probably the most romantic thing anyone could do, ever.

12. “Good, I can break my fast — I see the answer to my prayer right here.”

attractive man winkingI know a snack when I see one. *wink*

13. “You can call me Adam, because I just fell for you.”

Adam and Eve
via Deseret News

14. “I have a family here on Earth, they are so good to me — but it’s you I want to share my life with through all eternity.”

wedding day hand holding
Via Deseret News

What are some of your tried-and-true LDS pick-up lines? We’d love to hear them! Leave them in the comments below!

Amy Keim is the site manager and editor for LDSBlogs.com. She served a full-time mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Denver, Colorado, where she learned to love mountains and despise snow. She has a passion for peanut butter, dancing badly, and most of all, the gospel.