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Women Talk About What They Like to See When Going to a Guy's Place the First Time, and It's Time to Take Notes

Some of these are definite, total common sense...but others, not at all. We love when we come across discussions like this over on Reddit, because these are the kinds of insights some of us can actually really benefit from!

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Let's just go ahead and call this what it is: a bunch of porn stars/scantily-clothed, busty women recycling age old sentiments of common sense; but still keeping us entertained, because like you know...hot chicks and boobs and stuff, man. 

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The Doggy Dogg himself gives his two cents on how Kris Humphries should've handled his relationship and short-lived marriage to Kim Kardashian. DISCLAIMER - contains some profanity (he's a rapper, what'd you expect?).

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When You Don't Know the Answer on a Test, Ask for Dating Advice

Well, this student is apparently clueless about two things, biology and girls.
It just goes to show you, teachers know a lot more than just the subject they teach.

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sienfeld advice Trolled Advice Columnist Wraps Up an Episode of Seinfeld in One Paragraph
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An unknown prankster sent in the plot of a two-part Seinfeld episode to the advice columnist Amy Dickenson. The episode in question is called "The Boyfriend" and just as the prankster writes, it deals with Jerry meeting his sports idol who then goes on to date Elaine. 

Amy answered as if it was any other question with a short paragraph that offers solid advice and would have probably cut the end of the episode very short.

She admits on her own website that she missed the joke but she seems pretty good humored about it:

Every once in awhile, I get punked by a villainous, fun-loving reader. I have some affection for these episodes because I often think that if I didn’t actually have a job, punking advice columnists is exactly what I would do with my time. But alas I do have a job and so I am left with the task of sharing my humiliation, as well as trying to enjoy readers’ reactions.


Here's the beginning of the episode in question: