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Old snl skits about dating

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Leave it to Saturday Night Live to come up with the most relatable skit about dating in a world where Donald Trump is our president.In the three-minute sketch, comedian Cecily Strong plays a woman named Michelle who shows up at a bar too early and decides to have a drink while she waits for her friend to arrive.'The fact that the dating scenarios are not that of the usual dating nightmares of men living out of their cars or not having a job seems to have made hit a bit too close to home for some viewers, as one Twitter user dubbed the skit: 'the most terrifying SNL sketch ever'.has been the jumping-off point for some of the greatest comedians in history; Eddie Murphy, Tina Fey, Chris Farley, and Dan Aykroyd are only a few of the show’s alums who went on to become household names."I think one is our president," he says, eliciting a laugh from Michelle before showing her his t-shirt that reads "The future is female." Unfortunately his sly advances doesn't work on Michelle, nor does it work for any of the other men who pretend to be feminists to impress her. Luckily, Michelle's friend arrives just in time to rescue her from the creeps, but what happens after will leave you speechless. Each guy Michelle turns down becomes more angry than the guy rejected before.

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“I thought it was a little bit silly, sexist, [and] misogynist,” Huckabee said.

"Because, remember: it's not giving up, it's settling up," says a very unenthused Vanessa Bayer.

Settl is the dating app for women who've given up and really just need to lock down before their sister's wedding.

hasn't always been consistently hilarious year after year, their way of delivering biting social commentary has never wavered.

That's why this fake commercial for a dating app called Settl is just so perfect.