Getting laid after watching chick flicks

Haha, this was funny (free reg. req.). A guy who couldn’t get his gf to have sex with him, he loses the battle as to which movie to watch at the theater one night. He pretends that he likes “The Notebook” and his gf gives up later that night. In the thread, women replied with things like “typical man” and “you’re sick”, “you’re a jerk” etc. while the men replied with things like “you are a God”. The original poster says he will try “Pride & Prejudice” next. I mean, really, do women get emotional over and like these boring movies? Why? If a guy was dragging me to watch any of these movies I would walk out of the theater.

On unrelated news, Evangeline Lilly doesn’t know how to dress herself.

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Adam Scheinberg wrote on January 5th, 2007 at 1:56 AM PST:

Wait… wait… let me get this straight — did you just say that Pride and Prejudice – the Jane Austen CLASSIC, is boring? The emotional struggles of women from 1800s England? The perfect depiction of the social expectations and formalities of the time? HERESEY!

It’s kind of funny that would you say that “Galaxy Quest” is a movie you have “to see before you die” but that Pride and Prejudice is boring. Call me what you will, but I think Jane Austen’s stories are better than about 99% of the crap we see and read today.


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Eugenia wrote on January 7th, 2007 at 2:09 AM PST:

Pride and Prejudice is boring. I prefer it it over “The Notebook”, but it would never become a favorite of mine. I usually want to watch movies to have a fun ride, and Galaxy Quest fills that bill for me much better than any of these movies. “Sense and Sensibility” is another boring one btw.


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