T13 – “…Oh that Meryl Streep, she’s such a phony baloney” and other things Fake.

JERRY: You faked it? ELAINE: I faked it. JERRY: That whole thing, the whole production, it was all an act? ELAINE: Not bad huh? JERRY: What about the breathing, the panting, the moaning, the screaming? ELAINE: Fake, fake, fake, fake.

Thirteen Things I Have FAKED 1. Interest in any meeting after twenty minutes 2. My way through many a song on the radio 3. My way out of ONE HS English paper – and I have felt guilty ever since 4. Speeches – the key to pretend you mean every word you say – even the ones you make up 5. Substitute plans, but I always felt this was an art form….. 6. Excuses on why the utility company should turn my electricity/gas/phone back on, but not for years now 7. I have faked my way through book discussions for education classes, at least I usually read them in the end 8. I have used bibliographies to find other sources for college papers 9. …that I ‘have just moved to the area” when I get pulled over or (still) have to ask for directions 10. that “I haven’t seen this Law & Order” so DH does change the channel 11. my way through some HTML when I am feeling very brave and have a lot of time 12. Concern over phony baloney parents’ excuses on how they can’t be expected to help their own kids 13. I wouldn’t get fake boobs, but I would get them realigned

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ELAINE: All right, let’s go, I give you half an hour. JERRY: What? ELAINE: Come on! JERRY: Are you serious? ELAINE: Look, Jerry, we have to have sex to save the friendship. JERRY: Sex… to save the friendship. Well, if we have to…

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