CPR Pick up Lines

64+ CPR Pick up Lines

Pick-up lines have the reputation of being cheesy and sometimes ineffective, but when they’re clever and delivered in good humor, they can be a great icebreaker. CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) pick-up lines, specifically, take a page from the lifesaving technique everyone recognizes—rescuing a heart in need. So, if you’re looking to jumpstart a conversation with a touch of medical humor, here’s a comprehensive list categorized by tone and intent, including a special feature on the most popular CPR pick-up lines.

Our choice for “CPR Pick up Lines”.

If I were choking on ice cream, would you give me the Heimlich maneuver or just watch me struggle?

Is this the ER? Because my heart stopped when I saw you.

I must need CPR because you just took my breath away.

I’m certified in mouth-to-mouth. You know, just in case you need to be saved.

I hope you know CPR, because you are taking my breath away.

Are you a CPR class? Because I’d love to give you a couple of hours of mouth-to-mouth.

Do I need to call Code Blue? Because my heart skips a beat every time I see you.

If I were a cardiologist, I’d label you ‘arrhythmogenic,’ because you just caused palpitations in my ventricles.

I hope you’re good with a stethoscope because you just sent my pulse into a love arrhythmia.

Do you know CPR? Because you take my breath away.

I didn’t know angels practiced CPR. Want to give me a demonstration?

I hear you’re good at CPR, and I think you just made my heart stop.

Are you tired? Because you’ve been running through my resuscitated heart all day.

I think you have a faulty heart monitor, because you’re off the charts.

They say one kiss/CPR can save a life. Want to test the theory?

If lovesickness is real, I’m going to need CPR from you stat.

If you were a CPR maneuver, you’d be high-quality, because you’re making my heart pump efficiently.

Are you CPR certified? Because you’re pumping new life into my world.

I’m not a paramedic, but I can give your heart a reason to skip a beat.

My heart only beats for you—do you mind keeping the rhythm with a CPR?

I must be in cardiac arrest because you’ve made my heart stop with your beauty.

I need an CPR because your beauty gave me cardiac arrest.

I’m no doctor, but I think we have some serious chemistry that might require CPR.

My heart beats for you like a rescuer’s rhythm during CPR: steady, strong, and determined to keep going.

Just like a perfect CPR, your love gives strength to my heartbeat and breath to my dreams.

If I were lost in cardiac wilderness, your smile would be the guiding compression.

If love is like oxygen, then your presence is the breath that fills my lungs and keeps my heart beating.

Are you CPR certified? Because I’ve fallen for you and need some rescue breaths.

Are you CPR certified? Because I’ve fallen for you and need some rescue breaths.

Is your name CPR? Because you seem like a breath of fresh air.

I hope you know CPR because your body is breathtaking.

I’m not a photographer, but I can picture us together—in a CPR class, saving lives, hand on hand, breath after breath.

Are you an AED? Because you’re sending electrifying shocks to my heart and it’s very stimulating!

I hope you know CPR, because you just made my heart stop with that smile.

You must be a CPR class, because you’ve got me breathless and pumped up at the same time.

Do you know how to do CPR? Because if our hearts ever stop beating, I’d want you to save mine.

If you were drowning in a sea of love, I’d give you the ‘kiss of life.

You must be an expert in CPR because you just made my heart start dancing.

Are you a CPR dummy? Because I feel like practicing some techniques.

I might need CPR, but I’m more interested in the ‘C’—Cuddling, with you preferably.

Excuse me, are you CPR certified? Because you just made my heart feel alive again.

Can you give me directions… to your heart? I’ve been practicing CPR and I’m ready to dive in!

You must be CPR, because you just resuscitated my faith in love at first sight.

They say CPR requires firm hand placement, but the only thing I want to hold right now is your hand.

Do you have an extra heart? Because mine was just stolen and resuscitated by you.

If you were a lifeless mannequin, I’d still give you mouth-to-mouth.

I was going to learn CPR, but then I saw you and realized my heart was already in good hands.

Is your nickname ‘CPR’? Because you just resuscitated my hopes in love.

If beauty was a minute, you’d be an hour of CPR, because you just revived my day.

You must be the standard for CPR, because every aspect of you is absolutely breathtaking.

I thought only a defibrillator could charge up a heart, but your charm seems to do the job even better.

Are you advanced cardiac life support? Because you add complexity and depth to the basic beat of my life.

I think you must be a CPR instructor, because you just breathed new life into my day.

You’re like the ideal CPR, effective and unforgettable.

Is your name CPR? Because you’re taking my breath away, and I might need some chest compressions.

Are you CPR? Because you just brought my heart back to life.

You must be tired from performing CPR all day long, because you just stopped my heart.

Do you know CPR? Because you are taking my breath away.

I need CPR, because I can’t breathe after seeing you.

I think my heart stopped; can I get a little mouth-to-mouth from you?

Are you a defibrillator? Because you’re sending an electric shock straight to my heart.

Do you have a Band-Aid? Because I just scraped my knee falling for you… but I’ll take CPR over a Band-Aid any day.

If my heart were a courtroom, you’d be guilty as charged for stealing it. Mind performing some community service with CPR?

Are you a defibrillator? Because you just shocked my heart back to life.

Are you a CPR dummy? Because my heart’s about to stop, and I need some practice.

Let’s make a pact: if our hearts ever stop beating, we’ll give each other the ‘kiss of life.

In the playful world of pick-up lines, CPR-themed zingers bring a refreshing blend of humor, cheesiness, and charm. Whether you’re trying to impress a doctor, nurse, paramedic, or just someone you’re dying to resuscitate a conversation with, these lines are a heart-stopping way to make an impression. Use them wisely, though—after all, matters of the heart are always serious business!