If guessing whether people are a couple or just friends were a viable career choice, Jimmy Kimmel definitely missed his calling.
On Wednesday night’s episode of his ABC late-night show, “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” the comedian played a game guessing if two same-sex people cousin Sal found on the street were just friends or romantically involved.
Two men from Springfield, Missouri were up first. Kimmel tried not to jump to any conclusions when one of the men was wearing a Springfield Dance Alliance shirt, but it turned out they were in fact a couple.
He then asked two women from Denmark if they had ever assembled a piece of furniture together. Somehow, that told Kimmel they were a couple, and once again he was right.
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