How to ask someone out as an Electrical Engineer

How to ask someone out as an Electrical Engineer

We all know that feeling when you walk into labs and you feel the sexual tension like the voltage ripple on a Boost converter. Yet too often the impedance is too high for the current to flow. We’ve checked online, and there’s no datasheet, so we’ve decided to compile our own sure-to-work, guaranteed-success, 100 % untested, pick-up lines to finally get you that hot guy or gal you’ve been probing for in the labs. Please do not hold it against us if it doesn’t work – sometimes the SNR just isn’t high enough. Also, it’s probably best to only use a few on each person, that way you’ve got some left over for the 2nd hottest guy/gal.

  1. – Your capacitor must be incredibly large cause you’re so smooth
  2. – I’d happily search depth-first for your goal state
  3. – Are you a Boost converter? Cause you just increased my potential
  4. – My D is no flip-flop, guy/gal (contributed by our anonymous friend)
  5. – Are you F# cause your level is HIGH
  6. – You’re a depletion mode MOSFET – no bias needed to turn me on
  7. – I’d coordinate with you in a multi-agent system
  8. – If I was an alpha-beta algorithm you’d be the one branch I wouldn’t prune
  9. – You’re my goal state, I feel myself searching all over for you
  10. – There’s no linear classifier for us: we’re inseparable
  11. – Are you fields? Cause I could see myself staying up all night memorising your curves
  12. – I don’t want to memoise you; I’d rather have the pleasure of figuring you out over and over
  13. – Your reverse bias is so high, that I’ll have an avalanche breakdown
  14. – You’re the capacitor to my inductor – we resonate together
  15. – Are you a generator? Cause I can feel your power flowing through me
  16. – You say you’re singular, but I know singular value decomposition 😉
  17. – Your expected value tonight will be me
  18. – Would you tell me your variance – I’d like to know how you spread
  19. – Call me biased but you’re turning me on
  20. – I’m an anonymous function, I’ll do anything for you
  21. – Are you a for loop – I’d like to iterate all over you
  22. – What’s your carrier frequency – I’d like to demodulate you
  23. – Are you underdamped – cause you’re making me overshoot

Good luck, from Francine and Sigrid 😉