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Hey.

Hi.

Can we talk?

My roommate's just about to get out of the shower.Let's talk in my room.

Okay.

Look, Cindy, I know the university rulebook says we can't date.But it also says, Don't teach drunk, and I do that all the time.The point is, I like you.I do.You're sweet, you're funny.You're writing a dissertation entitled Foreign Direct Investment and Intergenerational Linkages in Consumption Behavior. I mean, that is hot.I know this sounds crazy, but I feel like our paths are supposed to cross somehow.

And I don't want to miss out on knowing you.

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I don't want to miss out on knowing you, either.

Look, I got to tell you, I mean, just from looking around your room, I can tell we have a ton in common.

Really?

The Unicorns? Who Will Cut Our Hair When We're Gone? I have never met anyone else who has this album.

That's my roommate's.I borrowed it.

Oh.Well, well, what about this? World's End by T.C.Boyle?

That was a birthday gift from my roommate.Haven't checked it out yet.

Oh.Oh, you should.It's a good read.What about this? This is ridiculous.You play bass? Seriously, ask my friends.I always say, My ideal woman does not play bass, because this is clearly your roommate's.

She's in a band.

Damn, that's cool.

This is unbelievable.You just picked out the only three things in here that are my roommate's.

So, does your roommate's band ever play shows, or

Get out.

Kids, as you probably guessed, that wasn't the night I met your mother.Although I think I glimpsed her foot.But I did get a little bit closer to meeting the woman of my dreams.And your mom? Well, she got her yellow umbrella back.

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He was just so special, you know? I feel like we should give him a moment of silence.Followed by, like, 20 minutes of grunting.

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I'm gonna make you feel all better.

Hmm.

Let me just go freshen up.

All right.Oh, wait.No, no, that's not the bathroom! That

Are these yours?

I'm suit-sitting for someone.

Barney, you lied to me.You have to choose right now.Me or the suits.

I know what you're thinking What's Barney been drinking? That girl was smoking hot Yes, I could've nailed her But no, it's not a failure 'Cause there's one thing she is not. To score a ten would be just fine. But I'd rather be dressed to the nines. It's a truth you can't refute. Nothing suits me like a suit! Picture a world Where all the boys and girls Are impeccably well-dressed. That delivery guy in a jacket and tie. That puppy in a double-breast. That '80s dude with muttonchops. That baby with a lollipop. That lady cop who's kind of cute. Nothing suits them like a suit. Suits. A wingman I can wear. Suits. They're oh, so debonair. Suits. The perfect way to snare. A girl with daddy issues. Suits. In navy blue or black. Check out this perfect rack. I want to give them a squeeze.

Oh, really? Then answer these questions if you please. What would you do if you had to choose Between your suits and a pot of gold?

Suits.

What would you say if you gave your suits away And in return you'd never grow old?

Suits.

What would you pick? One million chicks Or a single three-piece suit?

It's moot.

What if world peace Were within your reach?

I'm gonna stop you right there.It's suits.Come on, Lily, get your head out of your ass.Two, three, four

Girls will go and girls will come. But there's only one absolute. Every bro on the go needs to know. That there's no accepted substitute.

I'm sorry, suits, let's make amends. My Sunday best are my best friends. Send casual Friday down the laundry chute.

'Cause nothing suits the undisputed. Oft-saluted suitor of repute. Like A

Wait for it.Suit.

Nothing suits him Like a suit Suit Up! Suit Up! Suit Up! Suit Up!

Then again, she is pretty hot.

I choose you, baby.First thing tomorrow, I'm getting rid of these suits.

Really?

Yeah.Mmm.You guys are fine.

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