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Comparing the day to day responsibilities of a funeral director with the process of speed dating is like matching apples and oranges. Speed dating is a pleasure activity to meet new people and consider potential mates while serving as a funeral director involves addressing families about the deaths of their loved ones, planning services and arranging burial or cremation plans. However, in peeling the layers away to reveal the framework of the basic human interactions utilized in each form of communication, the similarities begin to emerge. Even solely in the realm of learning to read individuals, adapt to a situation and draw conclusions in a short period of time, there is much a funeral director can learn from the process of speed dating. For most people arranging for a funeral is a strange or foreign concept.

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Already, castmates in the house were flirting and putting the moves on each other and then their exes started to show up, making everything even more complicated. So crazy that MTV even had to make charts to help us keep things straight. When a new friend joins the group and you have to explain who everyone is. But those charts only accounts for a few people at a time, and their messiness has already started to bleed into the rest of the group. So we knew that we needed to put our own chart together to try and follow all the different and ever-changing relationships. Now, with episode ten under our belts, things are really getting weird.

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Those oft spoken "Sex and the City" questions, asked in soothing voice-over by New York Star dating columnist Carrie Bradshaw, have in recent years become the target of hilarious memes and "I-can't-believe-she-said-that" quips , complete with an eye-roll. But let's not pretend Carrie, played by Sarah Jessica Parker, who wrote about her stalled dating life and the lives of her three best friends, didn't have some solid dating gems. Unlike its small screen predecessors before them, like "The Golden Girls" and "Designing Women," Darren Star's comedy was a more unsanitized version of what women were really talking about in the '90s over cosmopolitans. The three women who linked arm-in-arm with Carrie on those New York streets were power lawyer Miranda Hobbes, portrayed by now-New York gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon, public relations magnate Samantha Jones, played by Kim Cattrall, and art gallery dealer turned stay-at-home mom Charlotte York, played by Kristin Davis. They weren't waiting on Prince Charming to come and save them from a life of career work. Instead, the foursome, embodying distinct cts of muliebrity, showed New York City women in control of their careers, but equally importantly, in control of their love lives. Although the show often gets teased - and for good reason - for asking at times banal dating questions like "When it comes to bags, men, and cities, is it really what's outside that counts," it also held solid dating advice and mantras for women without a significant other.

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