A few examples of such lies are presented at the very bottom of this page.For each dating or chronological method there is a link in the box at right to take you to that section of this page.

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Cybil Shepherd legs.” (Did you catch those timely 80’s pop culture references? ” Well, dude, I’m going to tell you straight up, this lady is not picking up what you’re putting down. —— Time to get real with some real women, giving advice to men on how to avoid having bad dates. “When you’re late for a date, you’re telling me something! (If you’re early, she will wonder, are you too eager? We’ve been together two minutes and I’m batting 1000!

Finally, she hangs her head and sighs–do you think he understands her body language? I bet Leo Di Caprio watched this film in preparation for Wolf of Wall Street. ” Which is of course the most perfectly awkward thing to say ever, after what she just said. AT THE END OF THE NIGHT: They’re in front of her house. ——– BACK TO REAL WOMAN TALK, FROM REAL WOMEN, FOR MEN: “When I first met you, you made me so happy! She went out with a guy who she found boring and didn’t want to date anymore, but she had to “let him down gently.” After telling him her schedule was booked, he kept calling and calling.

Next scene: two women are talking, and one of them is telling a great story about how she wore her best 80’s attire (note: I think 80’s fashion is pretty fucking rad too, so I like her style). She quickly moves away from him and says, “Haha well you might look like Rhett Butler but it took them an entire Civil War to get together…like 9000 dead people… He reaches for her and says, “Do you think–” She interrupts, “Good night! She says, “Don’t make me clobber you with rejection. There’s a lot more to what I’m really saying than what I’m saying!

He pulls up, I get into the car, his face just DROPS.” Out of nowhere, a guy walks up to one of the women and says, awkwardly, “I was wondering if you know might who sings this song? She goes over to the jukebox (I feel like I need to link to source images for this article like some sort of Wikipedia entry–since I haven’t seen a jukebox in ages.) And her friend gives her this look as she walks away: If you think she looks familiar, that is SUSIE ESSMAN! This guy says a lot of words like, “Heh heh you know what I’m sayin’?? It makes her look extra classy when she sits next to it. Or he doesn’t like her.) Also, don’t be early for a date. Don’t unbutton your shirt down to your navel, unless you’re from Vegas. I don’t remember her being that shy.” Then she starts to think, “He’s cute even though he’s dressed like a slob” *looks at sneakers* And his brain replies, “Oh she sees my shoes, she probably likes the athletic type.

—- BACK AT THE BAR: Dave is complaining to Michelle, as usual.

(I bet, if this video was the length of a full-feature movie, Dave would find out that Janice isn’t actually the woman of his dreams, and in fact it’s been MICHELLE the whole time!

Le Ann comes into the brother’s room and asks him to perform her baptism, because their dad is gone, and she doesn’t think “Carl” will do it. Which actually always seemed to me like kind of a weird thing to do. I think maybe they are drinking wine and he has a cigarette at some point, so, you know, “bad influence.” On what appears to be their third date, he has to drag her away from a store window display of wedding rings, so Karen is clearly getting serious. Now, of course, Brenda is finally concerned about Karen’s dating life, even though she was all, “YEAH, get in the car with that random dude! Karen is sad because he thought he was going to ask for her hand in marriage, to which Mitch responds, “Um, that was not even on my radar.” Probably because they’ve only been dating for, like, a week at this point.

In the meantime, creepy Le Ann is all psyched about her baptism, but that’s pretty boring, so whatever. That means the biggest twist of all is that the creepiest person in this scenario is actually KAREN.

And you would have to rewind them to record over old messages? The guy just goes over a woman and faces her directly, looks her in the eye, and starts talking! And get this–he LISTENS when she talks, what a fucking concept! And then the credits rolled and I made a good effort to look up the actors on IMDB, without much success. I wonder why this film isn’t listed on her film credits? When you talk to human females, make eye contact, and face them with your body.

Anyway, Janice hasn’t returned his calls in 2 weeks. He’s no Robert Redford (ouch, Michelle), but every single night he walks over to a woman, and he makes his move! And he LISTENS to what they say–that’s very important.” I feel like this is exactly a conversation an alien would say about observing human mating rituals. Next, he smells her glands to tell if she’s ovulating or not. His old date walks over and he immediately tries to shield his face and goes “I DON’T want to talk to her! is Bartender Michelle gives him a look and then tries to play it like off like they aren’t even best buddies. Listen to the words that are coming from their mouths.

The quirky, attractive bartender, who was right there in front of his face! ” “Well she didn’t end up with the guy in the end.” (Haha, yes, that is literally the only reason why someone wouldn’t want to be Scarlett O’Hara.