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Comic #3725

1 Martian 1: I'm confused. It says here that human brains operate in essentially the same manner as ours.
2 Ishmael: I don't know about that, but I do know browsing Wikipedia in a bar is no way to pick up girls!
3 Elspeth: Oooh, is that molecular neurobiology you're reading? Not studying for med school, are you?
4 Martian 1: {walking off with her} I might be…
4 Martian 2: {to Ishmael} Nice work, human.

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Actually, I've never tried to pick up a girl/woman in a bar, so in all honesty I don't know if browsing Wikipedia is an effective strategy or not.

Just in case anyone was thinking of writing to tell me that I was wrong.

And if anyone wants to try this as an experiment, I'd be interested to hear the results.

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