Advice from "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia"
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Advice from "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia"

Some friendly reminders brought to you by the cast of "It's Always Sunny."

Advice from "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia"

The cast of "It's Always Sunny in Philidelphia" are here to remind you of a few things:

1. "What we lack in formal education, we make up for in street smarts"- Mac

Remember, there are many ways to be intelligent. Find out what you thrive at. (It may be working at Paddy's, for all you know.)

2. "The 'Grilled-Charlie' has peanut butter last. Peanut butter outside, chocolate inside, butter inside, cheese outside" -Charlie

Having a rough day? Make a "Grilled-Charlie." Your stomach may not agree with this idea, but it will cure any emotional distress that you are experiencing.

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3. "Be strong for your little gingerbread man. Now is not the time for an episode." -Charlie's mother

There is no meaning behind this piece of advice, but it sure is motivational.

4. "I'd like to think I was this handsome since birth, possibly even earlier." -Dennis

Praise yourself for the person you are from time to time. Or, like Dennis, all the time.

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5. "I'm a little bit ashamed, but I think that's natural." -Mac

Don't be too hard on yourself. Accept failure when it occurs.

6. "I'm gonna get real weird with it."- Frank

Don't ever hold back. Other people's judgements shouldn't get in your way.

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7. "Kitten Mittens"- Charlie

Lastly, don't forget to buy a pair of kitten mittens this winter. It's a purchase you will never regret.

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