|Genres||Comedy Fantasy Romance Short|
|Writers||Lance Oppenheim (writer)
|Cast||Anuar Tlegenov Parker Coppins Storm Meisner|
|Plot||Flirting and Dating for Dummies encompasses a struggling male teenager's wish to capture the attention of the light of his life. "Flirting" involves the teenager's reliance on a "Flirting Bible" to gain attention from a girl. He seeks advice from the Bible since the girl ignores him. The Flirting Bible is inside an ACT practice book, which the boy is ostensibly using. The girl, unfortunately, pays no attention to the male teenager as she is engrossed in flirting with another boy. In order to gain her interest, the teenager does what the Bible suggests. He stares at her with confidence, walks with "swagger", listens, and plays "theme" music. After being unsuccessful, the teenager throws aside his copy of the Flirting Bible. Frustrated, he realizes that another girl is watching him who also has the same ACT practice book. Inside the girl's 'ACT' book is also 'The Flirting Bible'. The teenage boy proceeds to smile. 'Dating' covers the couple's dating relationship. The boy is no longer dependent on 'The Flirting Bible'; yet, he appears awkward with his girlfriend. The boy envisions nightmare sequences, which make him unconfident. Ultimately, his girlfriend leaves him, finding another boy. The main character, seeing his girlfriend with another boy, follows, and eventually interrupts. Emboldened and confident, the main character is suddenly passionate. At the end, the two embrace, signifying that the main character has learned to get over his fears of the opposite sex.... search for Flirting and Dating for Dummies on IMDb|
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