Seinlanguage - Chapter 3, Paldom Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3, Paldom Summary and Analysis

The Male Code. Male friendship appears to be conditional on one of the men meeting a woman. When a woman comes into the picture, all bets are off. A man can be paralyzed by a woman and advertisers often use this knowledge in order to sell their wares. Seinfeld, a single man, is often perceived as gay by his friends because he is thin and neat. Seinfeld also thinks men are homophobes because they are suggestible and are afraid someone, someday, will be able to talk them in to a gay relationship.

Getting the Message. Seinfeld believes there are people in your life who are your friends whether you like them or not. Seinfeld likes to pretend he is a talk show host when talking to one of these friends in order to end conversations that are uncomfortable. Seinfeld...

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