Nov 15, 2014

The Art of MUN Flirting





The Art of MUN flirting

By Christine Hegelund and Nathalie Årstoft

It’s the first real day of the conference you walk into the classroom eyeing out the other delegates. These are the people you’ll spend your next few days with, arguing, debating and laughing with. You’ve told your parents and teachers how exited you are about expanding your vocabulary and challenging your views. But in reality, we know what you really came here for, because in the end no one is better at partying and drinking than the Danes. Today the first party is held (although unofficial) and it will provide the opportunity of getting to know your fellow participants. Even though we are extremely happy about the Netherlands, Mauritius and Ireland joining us for the first time we’re at the same time upset about the absent from Italy, Estonia and Scotland. We’ll miss the Italians and their skimpy dresses, the Estonians and their weird dancing moves and the Scotches trying to challenge the Danes drinking habits.

We know MUN is famed for bringing people together whether in friendships or in love (and by love we mean hooking up) so we thought we might share some fruitful pickup lines to get that boy or girl you’ve been staring at all day.

  1. After we table the topic, how about I table you

  2. I motion to lotion my caucus

  3. I’d like to motion you to the floor

  4. For a third-world country, you’re pretty well-developed

  5. If you were a gavel, I would bang you all night

  6. I want to visit you in Netherlands

  7. It's not the length of the caucus that counts... it's what you do with it.

  8. Can I put missiles in your country?

  9. U.N. I belong together

  10. I’m putting a sanction on your clothes, I’ll have to remove them

  11. I’m your point of personal privilege

  12. I really like your outfit but it would look better on the GA Floor

  13. The Security Council passed a resolution urging you and I to be together

  14. How long did it take you to get here? Because you look like you’re a member of the delegation from Heaven

  15. I lost my home-stay family, can I sleep with you tonight?

And a little poem to finish you’re courting:  

Roses are red

So is the state

Let us be comrades

Because you are great

 

And if the Russian delegation need a little bit of extra help, you may use the line:

Leon Trotsky thinks you’re hotsky


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