You can tell a lot about a person from the miscellaneous collection of
DVD’s stacked next to their television set. Every film we own says a little bit about us, whether
we’d like it to… or not. So I’ve decided to turn this uncompromising
insight on myself by analyzing my entire DVD collection… one impulse
buy at a time.
DAY 16: THE NOTEBOOK
WHAT IT’S ABOUT:
Um… a guy and a girl fall in love. But… um…
his… I mean her notebook gets caught in the rain while they’re
kissing and… it gets ruined and no one can read it. So she gets
mad… and almost kisses him… and he’s like… why you teasing? You
gonna kiss me or not? And she’s like… well I would but my notebook…
and he’s like, bitch- I’m Ryan Gosling. (Okay. So I never saw it. The
DVD is still in the plastic.)
WHY I BOUGHT IT:
It was a birthday present from a stripper I was dating.
WHAT IT SAYS ABOUT ME:
I’m firm enough in my manhood to own the film but not firm enough to
actually watch it. I think I’ve started to try once or twice… but
Alex threatened me. I’m sure it’s a fine film and I guess I’d probably
end up liking it… but I… yeah. I’m not gonna watch it. Sorry.
Hit me back. Until next time…
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