Reed Bennett: Did you even consider marrying me?
Morley Clarkson: Of course I did... but when you ask a girl to marry you, do you want her to just consider it? Or do you want her to just know?
Morley Clarkson: And then there's the whole thing with my parents' horrible...
Reed Bennett: Your parents, wait, hold on, wait a second, just because your parents had a bad divorce doesn't mean that you're going to have a bad divorce. They're not hereditary, it's not like it's contagious.
Morley Clarkson: You're not getting it. You know the first phone call I made after you proposed was to my office, to confirm my ten o'clock meeting..
(Source: Valentine’s Day)
Valentine’s Day is on the horizon.
The quote above reminds me of something else, so before I touch on it, I’d like to share a quote that I’m sure I’ve shared before, but it just reminds me of that.
Summer: I woke up one morning and I just knew.
Tom: Knew what?
Summer: What I was never sure of with you.
(Source: (500) Days of Summer)
Valentine’s Day was not so heavy dialogue and very cliché, but it was worth watching. 500 Days of Summer is probably one of the best movies about a relationship I’ve ever seen. Although, The Break Up still has the best dialogue ever. Those arguments were real, most people watched that movie in awe of the exchanges.
David Duchovny has announced that next season, the sixth season of Californication will be his last. That really sucks because there are so many stories and plots that need to be filled. Either way, it will be a heck of a season and I’m already excited to watch all the last episodes that we have left.
It is so cold. Like, you can’t get nothing done out here it’s so cold. It’s cold that I want to physically harm a small child or animal because I’m frustrated about having to be out in it.
What does it say about a man who doesn’t have any gay friends?
This weekend, my phone decided to nuke itself. For those of you who do not have Blackberry’s, that means, it just decided that it was going to turn off and not turn back on. This happened on Saturday, but saving the fact that my mother was trying to get in contact with me, I really didn’t miss being off the map. In fact, I got a few things done and didn’t mind spending time by myself.
I got in an interesting conversation about things we are too old to do anymore. Mainly, it is the opinion of this court that if you are still a groupie after the age of 25, something is wrong with you. Like, grow up.
And stop cockblocking. There’s just so much of that going on these days it’s ridiculous.
You know what I’d really like to see I’d like to see some real Hoarders or TCAP shows. Like what about those people who horde friends? Ever had a friend who always insists that someone is trying to make his friends their friends? That’s funny to me. I think this happens to women more than men. Because never in the history of man have we ever been possessive of our male friends. I actually saw this one time, but it was real dumb because the dude couldn’t really articulate why he was upset that another one of his friends kept crashing his network. It was hilarious though. He would be at happy hour and then one of his new friends would get a text and say, “Your boy is coming through.” Then he would be like, “Why can’t I have my own friends?! Shit.” (Gotta love the unnecessary shits in life.) Or TCAP, like, what is to be said about dudes who still try and get girls drunk and take them home? Who does that still though? That’s so weird to me when a man who is older than 21 is going at the drunk girl. Dudes who scheme on poon at an older age weird me out. In all reality, you can organically find women to have sex with just about all the time. At least that’s how I feel. But then again, I’m not like everybody else.
Life is good. God is good.
And my Blackberry is fixed, and I finished the morning mail before noon!