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A man wakes up in bed with a woman. It is implied that they had sex the previous night. It is revealed that they didn't actually have sex.

A man and woman kiss.

A man imagines getting beat up by his future father-in-law and fiancee.

A man is mugged.

A man imagines beating up another guy. In reality he is put in a choke hold.

Some swearing, mostly the "s" word.

Some drinking, including people getting drunk.

A chef spikes the food at a party with marijuana, and everyone gets high.

Rated PG-13 for language, crude humor, some sexual content and drug references (No.38897)

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