If you go to a bachelor's area, you can Smell His Odors.
Go to their area, and knock down the front door with an axe.
1＝ area, place
２＝ attribute. "He's got a stupid tokoro." means "He's stupid."
3＝ a place in time. "Ima no tokoro" means 'ima". "SoreDOkoro de wa nai!" means, 'We don't have time for your bullshit right now.'
Basically meanings ２ and 3 are purely rhetorical - you can delete them from the sentence and the meaning stays the same. 1/2 KANA
place, like a parking lot. Also space, as in, your moms can't ride in my new van because there's not enough space.
This is by far the most popular word to use these kanji, so it's too bad the pronunciation is messed up: 場 uses kun, but 所 uses onyomi. Assholes.
strong point, as opposed to weak point. Can be used about people (his 長所 is his courage, her 長所 is her brain) or machines ('The strong point of this PC is its long battery-life')
weak point, flaw