Today, we turn to one of the great movies of the late 20th century: 10 Things I Hate About You.
Bianca: There’s a difference between like and love. Because, I like my Sketchers, but I love my Prada backpack.
Chastity: But I love my Sketchers.
Bianca: That’s because you don’t have a Prada backpack.
It’s important to know the difference between “like” and “love.” Or in this case, “strong feelings”…
Well, at least he knew his priorities.
That’s right. Five whole days until it’s impossible to get a restaurant table. And forget getting seen with any of your new friends, making Saturday plans on Valentine’s Day just adds a whole new level of complicated to a casual or pre-what-are-we-conversation relationship. Best avoided. I recommend volunteering to babysit for your coupled-and-progenied friends!
And there’s this.
What’s good party etiquette? Not this.
At least he was honest? I don’t know if that’s better, actually. I appreciate a good manscape as much as the next girl, but during the party? Come on. Nobody’s that insecure, are they? Woof.
Ohmigosh! As a matter of fact, it was! How’d you guess? You must read my mind. That’s because we are purrrrfect together. Best pickup line, ever! Here are my panties.
Children clearly fall under the category of Very Big Deal. Nevermind your own, putting up with somebody else’s kids would be a lot to ask.
But there has to be a better way to say this.