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[Alec blows a raspberry on Megan's stomach during sex]
No! If there is one thing that you take away from this whole experience... never.
Sorry, I was trying to cool you off.
My dad used to give me those and now I'm just thinking about my dad.
Ew, that's gross, I'm sorry.
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I have to say this, I watched this movie not knowing what to expect. I knew I was looking forward to it as I like Miles Teller as an actor, but other than that I did not know what to expect.
This movie was not only awesomely funny, but also had a good, if somewhat predictable storyline, however, the steady stream of humor allowed it to soar beyond its tried and tested storyline. I have never seen a movie where even the sex scenes made me laugh, this one did.
The movie did not only have great writing, but the performances of Miles Teller and Annaleigh Tipton were in my opinion highlights of the movie. I would recommend this to anyone who has seen Miles Tellers previous work, anyone that is looking for a romantic comedy that men can enjoy as much or even more than women, and anyone just looking to laugh.
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