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101 Ways to Score Points With a Woman | Banging Book Club | Hannah Witton

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– What are you doing with your hair? – Just like, pulled it up a bit. – You look like you’re in Bewitched. (laughs) – I like it. – Some people say I look like me dad. (laughs) (loud beep) – Hey guys, welcome to another episode of the Banging Book Club. Woo, woo, woo, woo, woo! I have with me my dear friends
Leena Norms and Lucy Moon. – Hello.
– Guys. – Do you want me to do your bit? – No, I’m just really
stressed out right now. (laughs) – Okay, I’m gonna say something
and you fill in the blanks. – Thanks, Leena. – This month, we read…
(laughs) – Men Are From Mars, Women
Are From Venus by John Gray. – You can listen to the
podcast by clicking… – The link in the description. – We’re just gonna give
you a brief overview of what’s in the book,
starting with Hannah. – So, there are these Martians… (laughs) – Never mind, starting with Leena. Sexism, a self help guide. How to live with it and just continue. (laughing)
– Oh my God, this is amazing. – A summary of this book is that there are a bunch of Martians that
live on the planet Mars and there are a bunch
of Venusians that live on the planet Venus and
they get super depressed. And then one day, they find each other and they fall in love and their depression is lifted and they move to Earth together. But then they realize
that they speak different languages and they don’t get on and all of their marriages are about to fail. But then you read this book and then all of the marriages work again. But you just have to remember that your significant other is
from a different planet to you and then everything will be okay. (laughs) – 15 million people
bought this in the 90’s. (laughing) – What’s your input, Lucy? – My input is that this book is wrong. (everyone laughs) It’s just fundamentally very wrong. – It is a cultural milestone, though. – Yeah.
– Yeah. – This is what, I think,
part of the reason we wanted to read it was to really find
out what was in it because it’s something that we always
reference or we talk about. – Yeah, yeah, yeah. – We’re like, it’s like men are from Mars. – Yeah. – Also, you say the book is wrong but this is something we discuss on the podcast. We think the book is wrong, but it still helped lots of people. – [Both] Does that make it right? – Yeah. – Does that make those people wrong or… – Yeah. Yeah, on the podcast, we talk
about whether it’s possible to write a helpful book even if
you still believe that gender isn’t a performance, it’s
genuinely a scientific thing. Does that make any sense? – Yeah.
– Yeah, I think so. – I know what you mean. – My brain’s gone to mush. – It is 10pm as we film this. – It’s probably ’cause you’re a Venusian. – Yeah, and Venusians… – And you’re stuck with
different emotions. – We think just with emotions. – And your life is like
a tepid wave system and you’re just sitting in this well. That is genuinely one of the analogies. – I feel like when he was
talking about the wave, he was just describing
the menstrual cycle. – Yeah, I was like…
(laughs) – And I was like… – He’s insisting they
don’t sync up and that PMS is when you’re out of sync with yourself. (laughs) Good things, we should
start with some good because in case John
finds us on his soo-pi-ot. Sorry, John.
(laughs) – I laughed out loud a lot. – Do you have Wi-Fi on your soo-pi-ot? No, I’m sorry. – During this book, I laughed a lot. – Yeah.
– At it. – Out of irony, yeah.
– Yeah, at it. – Okay. – It made me laugh in a sad way. – I got through it by imagining… ‘Cause Bridget Jones
reads this book, right? She references it in the book, Bridget Jones’s Diary,
and also in the film. – Ahhh. – And I got through it by imagining Bridget Jones reading it. (laughs) And then worrying about it and
reacting to it and trying to get on with Mark Darcy in this
way and him being like, no. – I read it like I was
reading a text for uni, like I had to critically exam it. I did not read it ’cause I wanted to. I tried to read it in bed in the morning with a cup of tea and some brioche. – It wasn’t a relaxing read. – No, I actually went and then edited for five hours to procrastinate
reading this book. (laughs) I think that shows. – It was kind of like being in year five and being handed a ration
book from World War One and being like, well that was interesting. Is that what you lived off intellectually? Oh!
(laughs) How hard would that be? – Your year five self had the
brains of like a big animal. (laughs) – A big animal? – I’m tired.
(laughing) – Do you wanna read the 101 ways to score points with a woman? – Oh man, okay.
– Oh, yeah. – Should we just pick random ones? – Yeah.
– So we get some best bits. – You read them out and me
and Lucy’ll go, yes or no. – Pick a number.
(gasps) – We’ll just make a man score with me. – Pick a number.
– 69. – 69, classic Lucy. (laughs)
I just lost the page. A 101 ways to score points
with a woman challenge. Keep the bathroom floor clean and dry it after taking a shower. (laughing loudly) – What? (laughs loudly) If someone does that, I’m
like, basic human decency. – I’m like pterodactyl laughing. (laughs loudly) Seven, seven, seven, seven. – Plan a date several days in
advance rather than waiting for Friday night and asking
her what she wants to do. – That would score points
with me, but not in a weird, convoluted way like it does in this book. In a way like, oh, you’re a nice person. – It’s just like making plans. – If you can’t plan three days in advance, you were literally never
go on a date with me. (laughs) I am very busy. – 41. – Learn her favorite
drinks so you can offer her a choice of the ones that
you know she already likes. (laughs) – That feels weird, like you’re dating. – This is so basic. – Malibu and coke or old rosé? (laughs) – Old rosé? – Old Rosie, old rosé
is just a stomach bug. (laughs) – 92, org– (laughs) – Oh, God. (laughing) Was that orgasm, or no? – No.
– No, no, it’s just… – What has John got to say? Lay it on us. – Organize and prepare a picnic. Brackets, remember to
bring a picnic cloth. (laughs) – Oh wow, is that a necessity? – Point score, John, you
would get a point for that. I love a good picnic blanket. – Would you normally get
a point without a cloth? – You get minus points if you
forget the picnic blanket. – 101. – Ohhh.
(gasps) – I wanna know the last thing
that’ll get you a point. – The final one.
(laughs) – Oh, God. – Leave the bathroom seat down. – There are a lot of specific
instructions in this. – How old is John, 64, I think? So 64. ♫ Will you still need me,
will you still feed me – No, fuck off. ♫ When I’m 64 – No, no.
– No. – Buy some good superglue to
fix things that are broken. (laughs) – Like your relationship? – Like your crumbling masculinity. (laughing) – When it comes to like doing stuff, there’s like, offer to– – Doing it, some would say. – Yeah.
– Pre-order on Amazon today. – Thanks, guys. It says offer to drive
a car on long trips. Offer to fix something,
offer to sharpen the knives, offer to change light bulbs,
offer to carry groceries, offer to carry heavy boxes. – It’s just being nice. – Offer to fix something around the house. Say, “What needs to be fixed ’round here?” “I have some extra time.” Don’t take on more than you can do. – I would literally throw
somebody out of the house who was like, whips out
a hammer, he’s like, so what needs to be fixed around here? – Dah, dah, dah, dah, dah! – Unless they were a stripper I had hired. – I’m also worried I’m flashing my butt. Can you check if I’m flashing my butt? – No, you’re good. – Last time, I flashed everything. – You did.
(laughs) – You don’t remember, with
surprise fiance dance party? (coughs)
– You did! – People seemed more
confused than enthralled by that performance,
but I quite enjoyed it. – Oh my God, this is my favorite. This is a running piece of advice that John Gray gave to men
throughout this book. Which is, when listening
to her, reassure her that you are interested by
making little noises like, “ah-huh,” “uh-huh,” “oh,”
“mm-hmm,” and “hmm.” (laughs) – Why does he list the noises? Men aren’t socially inept. – Say to me those three little words. Uh-huh, mmm, ohhh. (laughing) I love you, they’re the words! – Next month, guys, after this
horrible, horrible month… But please listen do listen
to the podcast because… – It’s our funniest podcast, even if you haven’t read the book. – We think it’s funny. – We are very funny in this one. (laughs) – You could also find out what my first child is gonna be called. (laughs)
– Oh, no, no, no, no. – Oh my God, it’s so good,
it’s so good, it’s so good. – Next month, guys, we’re
going in a completely different direction and we’re reading
Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov. December’s book was picked
and voted for by you guys on Twitter and we are going to be reading How To Build A Girl by
Caitlin Moran in December. – Woo! – So, woo, woo, woo!
(cheers) Get ready for that! – White women, white women! – If you’ve made your own
video responses discussing any of the Banging Book Club
books, then Tweet them at us using #BangingBookClub and I
can add them to the playlist. We have a GoodReads page, we
have the iTunes podcast and you can go subscribe and leave
us nice reviews and ratings. That’d be great.
– Yeah! – Yum, yum, yum in the tum. (laughs)
– Yummy. – What’s happening? – I love swallowing a good compliment. – Leena was just rubbing her belly. – Also, I don’t think I’ve seen Leena this whole podcast, ’cause
I’ve been leaning forward. – Oh, well there you go, guys. – [Both] Hey! – Thank you guys for watching. Please give the video a
thumbs up if you enjoyed it and just let us know in the
comments what you thought of or think of this book,
whether or not you’ve read it. Please don’t read it, don’t bother. – Yeah, please don’t buy it. – Do not bother. – I’m recycling my copy after this video. – Thank you guys for watching
and I’ll see you soon. Bye! – [Both] Bye! (upbeat music) (children cheering)

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100 thoughts on “101 Ways to Score Points With a Woman | Banging Book Club | Hannah Witton”

  1. Rose thorn says:

    tired British women are the best!

  2. daisyjsore says:

    I love How To Build A Girl. It is brilliant.

  3. SLkari1 says:

    So a book that by your own admission helped a bunch of people is wrong?ย  And I am supposed to believe this because of reasons.ย  Hannah, you haven't been in a relationship since you were a teenager.ย  Lucy I am not sure you have ever been in a relationship.ย  So why should we take what your saying at face value?

  4. George Simmonett says:

    Wait, Leena, so gender is a 'performance' that is in no way rooted in science/biology? Femininity and masculinity are just learned, performed behaviours? So if I – a reasonably masculine man – all of a sudden wanted to be feminine tomorrow, I'd be able to pull it off easily, because all gender is just an act, right? I could make my deep voice high, my deep laugh musical and girlish, I could sit in a feminine way with my legs crossed, I could toss my hair, and so on, and people would be utterly convinced?

    Or would THAT part be the act, but my actual gender be something utterly natural and psychologically deep-rooted? Something that I simply could not change, in spite of my best efforts to 'perform' my way out of it?

    By the same token, why is it that you, Hannah, and Lucy are feminine? Is it because you choose to be, is it because you're performing, is it because the patriarchy has determined that you must be? Or is it simply because that's the way you are; because you just happen to have the essential, innate quality of femininity?

    Dress-up and roles are one thing, but actual gender is fucking real. We are biologically programmed to experience it in ourselves and to notice it in others.

    Stop chatting shite.

  5. Georgia Stephenson says:

    I remember Georgia Nicholson's mum passing this onto her like a right of passage

  6. misstimetosleep says:

    Lucy u spoon stop primping it's SO ANNOYING it's like u care more about perfecting your appearance than contributing and u just come off as fake and insincere

  7. Aleksandra Trzeciak says:

    Leena's officially the most clever, hilarious person in the universe

  8. Fourteen Lines says:

    Most of what I know about this book comes from Georgia Nicolson.

  9. Madeleine Martinaud Castro says:

    I'm a girl and I do the little noises thing with everyone

  10. Maren Q says:

    omg I'm reading Lolita right now, I had no idea! So excited for the next Banging Book Club!!! <3

  11. Becca Atkinson says:

    I bought this when I was having problems with my boyfriend when I was 16 ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜‚

  12. Frizzbiscuit says:

    I can't hear the phrase Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus without hearing it in Brittany Murphy's voice in Clueless.

  13. Phoebe ; says:

    I love your channel so much! It would mean the world to me if you checked out my channel, its full of poetry about mental health. Amazing video!

  14. Rosie says:

    John Gray and this book is literally a thing we have to reference in my a level English language course when we talk about language and gender, we have to refer to it as a credible theory, but then if we want (which trust me, I do) we can tear it apart and say why it's bullshit, but also back it up with other research!

  15. RiggintheDubVee says:

    kind of sad really, there are a lot of things in that book that men get shit on if they do, and also if they don't do them.

  16. Lucy says:

    damn….goals

  17. Paula Vieira says:

    I really hope you do the banging book club again next year! I'd really love to read the books along with you and this year it just wasn't a possibility for me ๐Ÿ™

  18. Clara Scissorhands says:

    APPALLING (the book. not the video. the video's great xx)

  19. Kim Brunner says:

    You said lots of people bought this book in the 90s, do you know what percentage were men? I'd like to know!

  20. Laura H says:

    Hannah, i think you're going to love how to build a girl!!

  21. ์กฐ์Šˆ์•„ says:

    i really like whatever's going on with lucy's hair in this video.

  22. xylene says:

    I avoided that book in the '90s, and I didn't read it now either. I'm proud of you all for getting through it though! <3

  23. Brian Chappel says:

    Do you ever cite examples?

  24. Nell Rodrgz says:

    haaa a 1,2 a 1, 2, 5…7, seven, svn, 7, seeeveen oh Friends is the best ๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†

  25. bbatv says:

    Didn't like this video too much but one thing really pissed me off was the comment from Lucy (6:40) about men not being socially inept and laughing off the idea that it would require teaching for a man to understand how to function socially. Making friends and building relationships is a difficult thing for lots of men, as socialising comes less naturally for men. Men very rarely call each other or go out for coffee, it felt very much like you were laughing at one of the biggest issues for a lot of men, isolation.

  26. Margaret Saville says:

    If you got the Friends reference I love you

  27. Fauler Perfektionist says:

    I think, when assessing a source of information, it's not enough to consider what is true; you also need to consider what is useful. It's a recurrent trend in science that one will use a scientific conclusion to develop a device that will reveal that conclusion to be mistaken. It was always mistaken, but that did not matter, because it was useful.

    Eratosthenes was the first human being who figured out that the world was round. He began with the notion that the Earth was flat before carrying out studies that led him to the conclusion that there was a curvature to the Earth's surface that just happened to be so slight as to defy detection by any but the finest feats of observation. "The Earth is flat," was not true, per se, but was useful as a starting point.

  28. Fauler Perfektionist says:

    "Organize and prepare a picnic [remember to bring a picnic]."
    Good god. ๐Ÿ˜จ Just who is their target audience here?

  29. Rhiannon Emily says:

    I never even thought to read this book but it sounds hilarous. Weird that it's a historical text now adays really lol

  30. K says:

    im having major georgia nicolson flashbacks rn

  31. VintageCanvas says:

    Lolita is my favourite book!!!! Can't wait for that podcast

  32. Judith Kent says:

    oooo might have to join in with next months read. Been meaning to read Lolita for years haha

  33. Lydia Wood says:

    so excited about the lolita one!

  34. dudeitselina says:

    I absolutely hated Lolita but I loved How To Build A Girl so these next two videos I actually have opinions for!! Possibly because neither book is what I expected them to be so may be partially my own fault…

  35. AvatarBliss says:

    Read How to be a Woman by CM!!!

  36. Jessica Kacy says:

    I would love to see your review of 'The Rules' by Ellen Fein and Sherrie Schneider – would be hilarious!

  37. nick nick says:

    It is interesting to note that the two critical comments below that were here yesterday have been removed or hidden by Hannah. Why is that?

    I read the comments and they weren't in any way trolling or obnoxious but, for some reason, they have been either removed or hidden from view.

    One comment was questioning your assertion that gender is a "performance" and the other comment highlighted the fact that the people in the video don't seem to be aware that socialising and communicating is, for many men, a very different experience from that of women.

    I've always had a very high regard for Hannah since I came across her channel (I also thought the Tedx talk was really good) however, her lack of insight into this issue does make me stop and reconsider this.

    However, what really made me change my mind is when I scrolled to the very bottom of all the comments and found that the critical comments could no longer be viewed. Is this really a channel that doesn't allow any dissenting voices to be heard? Let's see long how my comment stays up.

    [EDIT] Apologies – one of the comments I refered to is there but the other is not

  38. Nicholas Mitchell says:

    Omg I love Lucy so much

  39. Rosie Tallant says:

    This reminds me a lot of that film Hitch, where his tips for getting a woman to fall in love with you are basically to wear nice shoes and always have a pen handy.

  40. ZasseG says:

    Okay so during the first seconds I couldn't help but notice how often Lucy touched her hair.
    So I held count during the whole video
    – 36 Times during 8 min. Oh dear

  41. Jack Edwards says:

    LOLITA IS SUCH A GOOD BOOK I CANT WAIT TO HEAR YOU REVIEW IT

  42. Laura-Ellen says:

    I love watching Lucy on her channel but something about the book club doesn't always work well. It feels like Lucy doesn't have much input. Yes, I should listen to the podcast to hear about their opinions on the books fully but there must be a point to the youtube videos- I guess so un-podcast-y types like me can take part too. I've watched most of the Banging Book Club vids and it always comes across as a bit unbalanced, with Hannah and Leena actually discussing or critiquing and Lucy throwing in the odd (often meaningless) comment. I don't know if it's confidence or maybe she didn't read them all thoroughly enough or what but it it makes for slightly uncomfortable viewing.

    I did a quick scroll of the comments and I didn't see anyone else mention the same so I must be alone on this one. I just really want to see Lucy contributing more! If anyone reads this (especially Hannah, Lucy or Leena) I hope I haven't come across as too negative, I was hoping to be constructive. I know tone doesn't always come across well on here. xx

  43. Rachel Baines says:

    So excited for you to do Lolita!! I'm doing it for my A Level lit coursework! Love it so much!

  44. emilymciver says:

    All I can think of is Angus, thongs and full frontal snogging

  45. Bea Goddard says:

    'like your relationship' adore it

  46. The Orthodox Writer says:

    Loved this one! laughed so hard!

  47. CaptainWendy _ says:

    Does it defeat the point of the video that it made me want to read it?

  48. ripmyfictionalfriends says:

    was this author married at the time or did he ever marry? did these tricks work?

  49. Lucy Bugg says:

    lucy!! where do u buy ur tights they look so nice and quality !!

  50. Xavier Frosth says:

    What a Nonsense, and no never read it!, Enjoyed the Banter tho! that was fun! Nice friends you have Hannah ๐Ÿ™‚

  51. Harvey M8 says:

    There are only 2 genders also if a book triggers you, you need to sought your life out

  52. Danielle Crouch says:

    I loved Lolita. The subject matter is/should be so disturbing but it was so beautifully written that I couldn't help but like it.

  53. Juan Rivera says:

    I really appreciate the "white woman" call out from Lucy.

  54. Heulwen Sault-Jones says:

    Is it wrong for me to get excited over half that list though? hahaha. If I came home to my boyfriend up a ladder, hammer in hand and sweaty I'd be happy.

  55. georginger girl says:

    where do you find the podcasts?

  56. georginger girl says:

    where do you find the podcasts?

  57. Tori Stiefel says:

    I love December's pick! Excited for that.

  58. Marissa H. Suddreth says:

    I was having such a shitty morning… This video made it so much better. XD can't stop laughing but also shaking my head in disdain for the content of this book

  59. SomeoneBeginingWithI says:

    You should know that there are sequels called "Mars and Venus on a Date" and "Mars and Venus in the Bedroom". I know because my parents own both.

  60. Rachel Lee says:

    the obscure friends reference ๐Ÿ‘Œ

  61. Kazma Mckeown says:

    7! ๐Ÿ˜‚

  62. Ruby Bodkin says:

    I love the Banging Book Club!

  63. Feminists Love To Drink My Semen Daily With A Straw says:

    Best one is, dominate and degrade her in the bedroom so that she'll feel dominated and like a small insignificant female. That's how you make a guy your bitch in prison.

  64. Mouataz Hesham says:

    GIRL ON LEFT HAS PRETTIEST FACE. GIRL IN MIDDLE HAS SEXY BODY. GIRL ON RIGHT HAS LONG LEGS. IT'S TIME TO HAVE A FOURSOME.

  65. LuLuMay Online says:

    This is the first Banging Book Club video I've watched….and I loved it!!!! Definitely about to binge on them now despite the fact I should be editing ๐Ÿ˜€

  66. rosie rose says:

    hey could you guys do a review on "the girl he left behind" by Tahlie Purvis on Wattpad? (Wattpad is a free websiteapp btw) it's really interesting, like the structure and the language used. it's about slut shaming and how it can happen and how it affects various characters. really heartbreaking in some points. it takes the whole story of 'the nerd falls for the player and gets revenge on the slut that the player is dating' and turns it around for the 'slut's' story

  67. Colleen Burns says:

    Never read the book, and now and glad I didn't waste the time!

  68. Milica Ivaniฤ‡ says:

    where did lucy get that sweater i need it

  69. The Travelling Book says:

    HAHAHAHAHAH ๐Ÿ˜€

  70. MediocreHaddie says:

    I just finished listening to the podcast and I must say, the name is pure genius. ๐Ÿ˜‚

  71. The Flonicles - Simplicitรฉ Volontaire says:

    So cool to watch this vid because I read this book (I mean, this crap) and did a video on my channel going through this all list and commenting how stupid it is

  72. Sofi V A says:

    It's so ridiculous omg

  73. Maja says:

    oh my god you look so much like the Swedish youtuber Clara Henry in this video!๐Ÿ˜ฏ

  74. A box of roses says:

    Guys I want your views on Bang by Roosh V, I need some rants

  75. Dan Frederiksen says:

    wowow, at 1:50 you suggest that gender isn't a thing?? really? et tu, Hannah? you seemed so relatively lucid, are you really fooled by that SJW idiocy? even if you believe it's somewhat fluid, there is still a phenomenally obvious defacto gender expression. I don't know if you have noticed the lumps on your chests for instance. If that's a performance you deserve an oscar ๐Ÿ™‚

  76. ariyesh says:

    i find it interesting that an individual may consider his/her own understanding/expectation of what "basic human decency" is, or what may constitute "basic" to be a … fact??

    it seems so to me, therefor it must be so?
    how do we decide what is considered basic?

    the way i see it, it seems you girls demonstrate his very point!
    we don't necessarily share the same ideas about what qualifies as "basic human decency".

    why would you wish to mock this effort to bridge the gap?

    and while we are at it, perhaps you can help me out:
    as a young teen i learned about a female expectation that a man should put down the toilet seat.
    i accepted and internalized this lesson without hesitation.
    a couple of years ago my world was rocked when i heard someone ask plainly: "why is it that men don't request women to leave the seat up?

  77. Tim Mill says:

    Did they say gender isn't a scientific thing?

  78. Grant Thompson says:

    I won't listen to the podcast because you all just proved you're a bunch of twenty something girls with no current possible hope of finding a wonderful mate and starting your adulthood. Try reading the book again when you get to a point in your life when you're not acting like some teenage girls who haven't arrived at the grown up world yet. Honestly, I'm a big fan of Hannah and her videos, but that book is honestly good and realistic and truthful and you all acted like a bunch of 14 year olds that haven't dealt with the opposite sex, except to drink and have sex with. Unfortunate!

  79. sammiiROCKyourWORLD says:

    Lena singing bewitched tho

  80. Kate go says:

    This video was a good laugh! My mother has raised me with "a woman needs to be able to do anything". With that she means "make sure you can fix things and figure out your life yourself". If someone would ask me "what needs to be fixed around here" my answer would be "the vase that I just threw at your head please"

  81. Caroline says:

    Hannah looks like Emma Watson in this vid

  82. CaptainWendy _ says:

    I said this last year and now I'm kind of dissapointed it happened againI know and understand that most of your audience is from the UK or USABut I'm from Brazil, and I really wanted to keep up with the Banging Book ClubBut most of the books you guys pick are not that """famous"""" internationally So in 2016 I was only able to read Lolita and Men are from Mars because they are the only books that I could actually find in libraries/ bookstores (otherwise I would have to buy imported copy, which is fine for one book, but gets very expansive for ten).
    Basically, what I'm trying to say is, from the look I took at the list, I would probably only be able to read 3 books (50 shades, virgin suicides and carol), 4 if I convince my mom to import Hannah's book.

    It's fine and I understand, I just don't like to feel left out.

  83. Rhythm825 says:

    lol at the fat one….you can tell the 2 (somewhat) attractive ones only keep her around so that they feel better about themselves.

  84. Anna M-S says:

    I full seal laughed at "Malibu and Coke or Old Rose?"

  85. Jack says:

    Feminism = cancer

  86. Tim F says:

    Yeah, no. The 'leena' has never had a date in her life. Gross.

  87. Harriet O'keefe says:

    you should read the book The Art of Being Normal

  88. Megs KC says:

    Anyone know where Lucy's jumper is from it's gorgeous

  89. Mia Katharine Myers says:

    I read this book in high school. Whenever I read books like that, I'm just like, "this all just seems so convoluted and exhausting. Can't I just die alone?"

    No Mia, you cannot. Because sex is a thing you enjoy.

  90. Rolf Karlsson says:

    Now I get why this is one of very few (two, three?) books I've started but not finished… And yeah, in the 90's

  91. Amalia Jimรฉnez says:

    That friends reference tho

  92. Valhalla says:

    your sweaters look almost too perfect next to each other ๐Ÿ˜€

  93. J T says:

    Do fight club

  94. D R S says:

    Little noises that he was describing are linguistically referred to as backchanneling, and if you don't do it ever you'd be wierd

  95. Chris Jay says:

    Gender is a genuinely scientific thing. If it isnโ€™t then you cannot justify the existence of transgender people. Obviously, they exist so gender must also be genuinely scientific. Not to say this book sounds like itโ€™s ACTUALLY good, but to suggest this is just patently wrong.

  96. John Gunnerek says:

    Hannah is adorable like a bustier Emma Watson and funny as well, her boyfriend is a lucky guy

  97. Mikayla Grubbs says:

    There are very few times I laugh out loud at videos. V E R Y F E W. and I'm wheezing in a silent car with my family looking at me strangely

  98. ุฑู‡ู Rahaf says:

    Seven seven seven๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  99. Kyle A. Amador says:

    The lady in the middle is absolutely stunning!….

  100. Brooke Anderson says:

    I got pissed off watching them๐Ÿคฆ๐Ÿปโ€โ™€๏ธ
    There are FEMININE and MASCULINE roles. The book is just dissecting what they look like. They seem more like feminists so of course they arenโ€™t going to care whatโ€™s in the book.

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