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The girl, unfortunately, pays no attention to the male teenager as she is engrossed in flirting with another boy.
In order to gain her interest, the teenager does what the Bible suggests.
Flirting and Dating for Dummies encompasses a struggling male teenager's wish to capture the attention of the light of his life.
"Flirting" involves the teenager's reliance on a "Flirting Bible" to gain attention from a girl.
He stares at her with confidence, walks with "swagger", listens, and plays "theme" music.
After being unsuccessful, the teenager throws aside his copy of the Flirting Bible.
From doing a commercial for flower delivery company, she moved to bigger projects and got her acting debut in 1999 movie "The Secret Life of Girls", playing alongside Eugene Levy and Linda Hamilton.
In the same year, she nabbed a supporting role in film "Sarah, Plain and Tall: Winter's End" and received a Young Artist Award nomination.
"My mom's a sixth-grade teacher, so it was never really negotiable.
And luckily, I wanted to go to college too." Tusk is the first of a trilogy of films and Haley plays the Nazi in the second instalment.
In the first film, he plays the role of a web blog host along with He's Just Not That Into You actor, Justin Long.
Frustrated, he realizes that another girl is watching him who also has the same ACT practice book.
Inside the girl's 'ACT' book is also 'The Flirting Bible'.