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Quick guide to get a girlfriend using Linux

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This guide is pretty straightforward. No introductions, lectures or philosophing about love. Follow it from beginning to end, and you might get a woman today!

System requirements:

Any Linux box will do, but it MUST have a graphical interface, such as KDE, Gnome, even Fluxbox will work. You must have installed an editor capable of rich-text format, or a web browser. A picture viewer or a video viewer is also recommended. It’s a plus if your Linux box is a laptop.

Introducing the strategy:

For every type of man, there’s a woman attracted to it: The sports dude has fans, the artistic dude has groupies and the intellectual dude has admirers. The geek kind of intellectual has inflatable dolls for the most part, and even though almost no women are attracted to this type, the key part here is “almost”, which also means that there’s hope.

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