We all fall somewhere on the gender spectrum and so do the people we hope to enjoy shirtless hugs with someday. That's just straight-up science. But what do our respective genders say about us? Are we all mere stereotypes living under the tyranny of hormones and learned clichés? Tons of self-help books, religious beliefs, legit legislation, and of course observational stand-up comedy have sprung from this rich subject matter. While we can all agree that 100% of women definitely love shopping and 100% of men definitely love leaving socks on the floor and shaking a silent fist behind their mother-in-law's backs, maybe it'd be more fun to think about how men and women are actually the same. Because really, deep down aren't we all just total weirdos?

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To help illustrate this theory, here are some .GIFs that answer some of life's most basic questions from both the male and female perspectives of Fox's New Girl. Men might be from Mars and women from Venus, but as these .GIFs prove, it's pretty clear both planets are weird as hell. (You know, in a sexy way.)

What's the best way to flirt with the object of your affection?

How important is a thorough sexual education?

How should friends confront each other about tough issues?

How should we deal with unemployment?

How important is a DIY attitude in this economy?

How can we show affection toward difficult people?

What's the best way to cheer oneself up?

How important is dance in the art of seduction?

What happens when an argument escalates?

How important is an appreciation of fine art?

What about fiscal responsibility?

How should we express our angst in public?

How do we support a friend when he or she is feeling low?

Men might be from Mars and women from Venus, but as these .GIFs prove, it's pretty clear both planets are weird as hell. (You know, in a sexy way.)

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If you haven't gotten enough human weirdness in the real world, don't fret because New Girl returns Tuesday, September 17 at 9/8c on Fox. Head here to learn more.