Jimmy Kimmel: Art of Seduction
Jimmy Kimmel Live shared romantic advice from The Art of Seduction with Christoph Waltz, the Academy Award winner from Django Unchained. Jimmy also discussed sleep texting and something called alien hands.
Jimmy Kimmel Live: Sleep Texting
Jimmy Kimmel cited a Villanova study about the new phenomenon of sleep texting. That is when young people answer a text while they are asleep and do not remember doing so once they wake up.
“We used to sleepwalk, and now we sleep text. We are so lazy, we’re not even getting accidental exercise in our sleep anymore,” Kimmel said.
Jimmy Kimmel: Alien Hands
Two New York residents have a rare affliction. Neither of them has control over their left hand. It is a condition reportedly called “alien hands,” and it caused one woman to slap herself in the face repeatedly.
Jimmy Kimmel Live: Christoph Waltz Seduction
If you need some ideas on how to score in the romance department for Valentine’s Day, thank goodness that Jimmy found “The Art of Seduction with Christoph Waltz.”
Waltz compared seduction to an art, like bass fishing. It involved the personal touch, extracting pheromones from your armpits. The subtle touch involves using a disarming first comment followed by an inconspicuous touch–maybe not on the nose.
Jimmy Kimmel: The Final Touch
Waltz said the final touch is “to make sure she is not secretly a man.” The model in his video did not appreciate his unwanted advances, so maybe he is not a pro after all.
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If that does not work for you, then maybe you can try a more traditional relationship approach, or just find the least irritating way to observe Valentine’s Day.