Bro Code

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1. Play laser tag once a week.
2. Tip generously. We ALL have to make up for Ted.
3. Don't get married before you're thirty.
4. Always open a door for a lady. Even if she's ugly.
5. Own at least one suit, but twelve if you can.
6. Keep your apartment chilly. Nipples reveal themselves at temperatures below 60° F / 150° C.
7. An easy way to score chicks is to pose as a NASCAR driver because they're rich, dangerous, and nobody knows what they look like because, duh, helmets.
8. Mani-pedis are not just for girls, but drinks with umbrellas emphatically are, Marshall.
9. Two never-fail ways to grease a bouncer: Slip him a $20, or compliment his neck muscles.
10. Have a "guy" for everything.
11. If it seems like the group is almost ready to go, play it safe and yell, "Shotgun!"
12. Remove your keys from your front pocket before receiving a lap dance. It's called respect. Plus, you'll feel it on your junk more.
13. Learning to play the air drums will save your life one day.
14. Give at least as many high fives as you get.
15. Subscribe to "O" magazine. It's full of great tips and tricks for around the house.
16. Have sex in a bathroom stall.
17. If you ever find yourself in a tricky situation, ask yourself, "What would Ted do?" and do the exact opposite.
18. Teacup pigs might be lady-magnets, but they apparently don't digest chocolate.
19. If you ever meet a contortionist, I swear to God don't you ever let her go. I am so serious about this. I gotta sit down or something. Maybe drink some water.
20. Trying to ogle two boobs at the same time is like reading in a car – it'll make you sick.
21. If you're older than 30 and you do get married, accept the fact that throw pillows will become a big part of your life.
22. Magic is cool, despite what you may have heard from everyone you've ever talked to.
23. Never use the word "moist" on a first date.…...

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