Friday, March 31, 2006

The Week in Review

I got all dressed up. I had on a skirt that accentuated my curves. I pinned a flower to my shirt. I did my best French look for the French party, which a friend described as: "We will be the only people in the room who didn't buy a $4000 belt for the party". I even had a practiced line: "My sister told me that any guy who takes my number and doesn't call, must be gay", I know the the line is truly offensive, but I was truly pissed off. I said it over and over again in my head.

I walked in, confidence at an all time high. I scanned the crowd - hadn't arrived yet. Walking around with petite, graceful, elegant movements (mainly because I couldn't move in my skirt). I receive a piece of information 'He went away for the weekend'....aaaarrrrgh!

I sat down next to the chocolate bowl and devoured half of it. To make me feel better I started chatting up someone else, turns out I have another pre-requisite. If you think Pedro Almodovar is a brand of Italian shoes then don't talk to me.

We leave.

We enter another party.

I find a JD salinger reading, Spanish film viewing guy who ends the conversation with: 'You see I have this lesbian girlfriend. It's not really going anywhere, I'm trying to figure it out, and now there's you in the puzzle.'
Sometimes I ask myslef why do I leave my house?


Blogger Jeru Guru said...

Oh dear. Are people really that stupid and ignorant? He won best original screenplay for Talk to Her.

Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! was sensational.

3:43 AM  
Blogger Wisey said...

It feels like a piece of your puzzle is missing...

I think we need further elaboration.

And you leave the house so you can witness people actually wearing $4000 belts.

12:40 AM  
Blogger Rebecca said...

I definitely don't miss those days!

1:11 PM  

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