Wednesday, October 18, 2006

romantic movies

For the first time in I don't know HOW long I watched a movie, Kate & Leopold. Yeah, the one I borrowed from Wendy probably a couple months ago-I can give it back now. :) So, I used to love romantic movies. Not so much anymore. Maybe it was just this one, but (surprise, surprise), they're not realistic and really, they're just kinda cheesy. That's what I learned about chick flicks today.

Also today I had a real social day, it was great. I talked to my mom, Mrs LeaKer and Laura. I even went out for dinner with Matt. Who knew I could be this social in the middle of the week? Fun times.

I think I'll go wash my dishes and then I'm going to bed. I really don't feel like washing them, but I also don't feel like having to do them when I get home from work tomorrow at midnight because there won't be much of a chance between school and work. Oh well, it's not too many.

And, I'm out.

hearts&hugs
niki :)

8 comments:

  1. boo. down with chick flicks. feelings are for sissies. blow something up!

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  2. Congrats, you learned the same thing about chick flicks that I did when I was anout 14... Although in response to Darrell, "guy" movies aren't much more original or unpredictable... just more entertaining

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  3. well...I guess I'm just a slow learner. :P

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  4. i beg to differ, yes there is some "unreality", but you were, my dear, watching kate & leopold, so of course that's not going to happen :P Sometimes, romantic comedies are much needed and there are some good ones, the one I recently told you to see...you'd like it :P I am not against war / action / horror movies, (thrillers are my favourite kind) but I don't think that we should discriminate against the chick flick :D

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  5. I agree with Laura! I good shoot'em up thriller or sci-fi is wicked! I own quite a few of those myself! But there's nothing like poping in a good chick flick when your not feeling well or having a perticularly bad "Boys suck!" type of day. A little escape from the real world...and in the end isn't that the whole point of a movie? Watching the unreal for your enjoyment?

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  6. I agree with Laura too. We should discriminate against chick flicks. Wait, she says we SHOULDN'T discriminate against chick flicks. Boo. Down with Laura and chick flicks! blow something up already!!

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  7. "We don't demand solid facts! What we demand is a total absence of solid facts. I demand that I may or may not be Vroomfondel!"

    And I DEMAND that I may or may not want to blow something up!

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