Anyway, the real purpose of Finn's announcement is that he's decided to raise money for Glee Club by opening a kissing booth, in which he'll charge the fairer sex a dollar per kiss. Mercedes interrupts him to point out that his real goal is just to kiss a bunch of girls. Santana: "I've kissed Finn, and can I just say, not worth a buck. I would, however, pay a hundred dollars to jiggle one of his man boobs." And this leads to the introduction of another theme of the episode, as Finn asks Santana if she ever gets bored with insulting people, and she calmly tells him she doesn't. In fact, she tells the rest of the club, "You guys love me. I keep it real, and I'm hilarious." I think she's confusing the Glee Club with the home television audience. Lauren Tuna: "Actually, you're just a bitch." Santana thinks Lauren's just saying that because she's trying to steal Santana's man. Puck notes that he's not Santana's man, and Quinn jumps in to point out that Santana spends all of her time insulting everyone: "Three weeks ago, you told me you were disappointed I didn't have a lizard baby." Single-T Tina: "Five minutes ago you said Mr. Schue belonged in a twelve-step program." Will notices that his name was said, and Santana tells him, "You're addicted to vests." As Will considers this shocking truth, Rachel tells Santana the problem is that she can dish it out but can't take it: "Maybe you're right, maybe I am destined to play the title role in the Broadway musical version of Willow, but the only job you're going to have is working on a pole." That leads to shocked silence in the room, and Santana walks out.
Hallway. Brit-Brit tries to comfort Santana as she sits on the floor and cries. Santana tells her, "I just try to be really, really honest with people when I think that they suck, you know. No one gets it." As she continues to explain her life philosophy, Lauren walks by and approaches Puck. Her purpose there is to disabuse him of the notion that she needed him to stick up for her in any way after she called Santana a bitch. Puck, who knows how to tell a lady what she wants to hear, tells her he would never think that, because he knows just how very tough she is. And then he asks her to dinner at Breadstix on Valentine's Day. Lauren: "You seriously think it's that easy? I'm not desperate, so if you really want this, you best come correct, because I spell 'woman' z-i-z-e-s, and I need to be wooed. You understand me? Woo." And with that, she walks away, leaving a smitten Puck in her wake. Commercials.