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A Cinematic Guide to Grand Gestures

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Every once in a while, you find yourself needing to do some wooing (perhaps even on some evening next week). Sure, you’re great at gift giving and a pro at the art of the love letter.

But sometimes, the situation calls for something bigger—a little more intricate, Cary Grant–level wooing. And where does any self-respecting gentleman worth his weight in rose petals get a little inspiration? Why, the cinema, of course.

So to help you out, the Kempt Guide to Cinematic Grand Gestures—ranked by degree of difficulty.»

The Argentinean Adam Sandler and Other World Cup Lookalikes

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This is the latest installment of The World Cup According to Kempt™, our series on the stuff that really matters at this summer’s tournament in South Africa.

We love when a person from one part of the world looks like a person from a completely different part of the world. It makes our planet seem a bit smaller. It also makes our planet seem a bit funnier.

Nowhere are there more examples of this than at the World Cup. For instance, you may have turned on your TV this weekend and thought for a second that Adam Sandler (albeit a young Adam Sandler) was playing midfield for Argentina. In fact, it was a 29-year-old named Maxi Rodriguez. (We hear he’s almost as funny.) This got us thinking: who are some of the World Cup’s other lookalikes? Here’s what we came up with…

See who looks like James Bond»

Bear Markets, Robot Kicks and Global Warmers

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Leather Fetish: Half of Hollywood's A-list (the good half) are in Belstaff. Good for them. [WWD]

Emerging Market: Watch out, the luxury industry is going to pin you down and sell you diamonds. [WSJ]

Big Daddy: Adam Sandler pairs a questionable mohawk with even more questionable Knicks game shorts. [She Knows Best]

Defender of the Universe: Rebok's Voltron collection combines to form… a pile of shoes. [Uncrate]

Do Women Who Find Ferrari Drivers Sexy Contribute to Global Warming?: You know, we hadn't really thought about this one. [Wired]