How To Seem Smarter

my heroCharlie Brown — Intelligence: Extremely High
Despite our suspicion that Linus is actually the intellectual center of the Peanuts universe, we acknowledge Brown’s ability to distill great emotion into few words (e.g. “augh”) and his apparent interest in only the metaphorical implications of football (futility).

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How To Seem Smarter

The goal behind this painless four-step plan is to seem smarter without having to read any books, listen to classical music, or depend on crutches like word-of-the-day toilet paper. By making a few minor modifications to your behavior, you will give the impression to those around you that you are smarter–not only smarter than you were before, but, more importantly, smarter than they are.

2024-01-23: Broken links in this post have been removed and/or updated.

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