Oh aye. Good luck to the Aussies. England are playing right now and to be honest it seems like nobody in the country gives a shit. A couple of weeks back and I couldn’t move for being punched in the face by patriotism, but now everyone’s just given up.
…den i realized i wuz hungry n so i told her we should get back together so she would make me breakfast. then i had sex wit her n after that i told her i never wanted to see her again. so yah, clearly ur all wrong about me bein a jerk!
I’m not sure if the blame goes to Robert or Michaela, or if they both share some guilt, but the fact that they’re both sitting there at dinner facebooking on their cell phones tells me that it wasn’t meant to be. Upon further review, though, Robert used the term “wackest” to describe the date, so I’m going to go ahead and say it’s all his fault.
I love the girls in the last entry – clearly they are being ironic with the he-only-abuses-me-because-he-loves-me-so-much attitude that sneaks into some of the popular “romantic” movies and songs. That shit creeps me right out, everytime.
I’m dating myself, but was forced to watch “You’ve Got Mail” with mum-in-law and sis-in-law back in the day, and they were both tearing up at the romance. I was utterly horrified and kept telling them throughout the movie that Tom Hanks was a freaking STALKER!
That’s hilarious, Miss Shegas. There’s a lot of stalker behavior in romantic movies that would get a dude arrested if he tried it in real life. Remember that one movie with Christian Slater, where he broke into the chick’s apartment and filled it wall-to-wall with roses? That dude’s probably not just going to jail, he’s going to have to register with authorities when he gets out.
Wackest? Robert’s mobile web must be broadcasting from the mid-1990′s.
@Bulldog and Miss Shegas
When you think about it, there is quite a bit of stalker activity in romantic movies (John Cusack in “Say Anything” standing outside the window with the stereo). Also, Miss S, Hanks was just getting Ryan back for stalking him in “Sleepless in Seattle.”
Robert’s status states its from Mobile web but Michaella’s doesn’t. That makes me think that either He wasn’t on a date with Michaella, or she literally ran home after dinner to post that status. All in the same ten minute time frame.
Also it’s pretty clear the last one is heavy sarcasm. It’s especially clear when Chloe says she likes marshmallows cuz then she can look on the outside like he makes her feel on the inside….though I wouldn’t have added the gooey part.
Haven’t recently been camping I’ve been reminded that the outside looks a lot like crispy black char. Which is certainly how I’d feel on the inside being with someone like that.
So true Comments! I forgot about the Sleepless stalking, and Say Anything – good call!
I’m a girly girl, not an in your face, “Fuck, yeah I’m a womyn, watch me chop these logs while frying up the placenta from the child I just gave birth to as I was cultivating my organic wheat grass” kind of chick, but I live in an area where it’s legal to roll heavy, and generally do.
Break into MY apartment unannounced and you’re much more likely to get filled with lead than a roll in the hay. The cavalier attitude of “Oh, it’s romaaaaantic when a man gives you unwanted and unsolicited attention”, in pop culture is disturbing, and will def stick out as being as dated as Don Draper in a couple generations.
Someone commented on the causal antisemitism in a post earlier this week, and I venture that there is at least as much casual, possibly unintended, sexism/misogyny.
Shit, sorry, kids. I got all serious there for a minute. Now, back to casual c*ntiness (that word gets you moderated now), instead!
There’s nothing I like more than a bit of completely unwanted attention… wait…anomaly anyone.
Anyway, drag me kicking and screaming back to your man cave, tie me to the bed and set me on fire. I won’t mind. Though I’ll say I will. But I won’t. But I will. But I won’t….