10 Things Kelly Kapoor of 'The Office' Taught Us About Love


May 16 2013, Published 6:40 a.m. ET

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Even though Mindy Kaling has been off The Office for a little while working on The Mindy Project, we still love her as Kelly Kapoor and all that she has taught us. What has she taught us, you ask? She taught us a thing or two about the 'L'

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She's sort of like the 2000's Scranton version of Lena Dunham. Kelly won the Dundie for Spicy Curry and is the absolute best when it comes to her insight on relationships. Here are a few things we learned from her about l-o-v-e...

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Never, under any circumstances, say exactly what you're thinking. That's just insane.


She understands that it's imperative to secure a Valentine before February 14. Duh.


If you don't get your way? Forget 'em.


She really knows how to get guys to stick around...for a while.


She taught us how to properly talk smack to other girls who are trying to steal your man.


When you're stuck at work and you're having a relationship meltdown?

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It's normal to feel like your love life is at a constant standstill.


Seductive looks are kind of her thing.


She recognizes her own flaws.


She taught us how to decode texts and emails. It's basically common sense.


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