When you’re dating online humour is massively important. It breaks the ice on what might otherwise be an uncomfortable situation and awkward conversation. However, when you’re speaking to a Russian lady it’s important to remember that there are cultural differences. The way that you flirt and even their sense of humour might be entirely different to what you’re used to. It’s easy to try to use Western humour and hope that your Russian lady gets it, but putting a little time into research will make her feel a lot more special. To start you off, here are 10 flirty jokes to win a Russian lady’s heart.
“I don’t speak Russian but… Дамн you’re fine” – in case you’re confused by this “Д” is pronounced as “d” and the “H” is an N. Obviously this only really works over texts, but it’s a pretty solid joke to start with!
- “Don’t mean to be Russian, but would it be Sochieesy if I ask for your attention?” – Again, all in the pronunciation on this one so unless you’re feeling very confident save it for when you’re texting.
“Are you from Russia? Cause you’re Russian, my heart rate!” – It’s a little cheesy but if it makes her laugh you’re onto a winner.
“I’m not trying to Russian to anything, but I’d like to take you out” – great way to ask for a date with no pressure!
“You have so many attractive curves, but your lips are my favourite” – it’s an easy way to make her smile!
“Beautiful girl, you would look more beautiful in my arms”.
“Do you remember me? We have already met in my dream” – Over-played but it works!
“Oh, you look familiar. You look just like my next girlfriend”.
“Would you mind coming with me? You are the kind of girl my mom told me to bring to her” – This is a fairly unique one and would probably work well.
- “Who is your painter? I think you are truly a work of art”.
As you get to know your Russian lady better you’ll get to know her sense of humor and what flirty jokes you can get away with. In the early stages it is better to stay on the safe side and be as respectful as possible; that way you don’t have a risk of upsetting her before you get to know her properly.