Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Everything I Know About Love I Learned From Romantic Movies
There are many valuable lessons to learn from movies about love. This Valentine's Day, I would to share just a few of the tidbits of wisdom I have gleaned over the years.
While You Were Sleeping
True love can be built on a complete lie, as long as you only let the lie continue to the point where you're only about to marry your true love's brother. Also, be careful the way you lean.
Return to Me
It's perfectly acceptable to stalk your husband from beyond the grave. Just be sure you mark "donor" on your license application.
My Best Friend's Wedding
While hilarity will inevitably ensue, maybe going to your ex-boyfriend-who-you're-still-in-love-with's wedding is not the best of ideas.
Pride and Prejudice
If you are truly dedicated enough, your love can survive economic and educational disparity, patronizing, family incompatibility, and flat out rejection and hatred.
If you are charmingly awkward enough, you can land a hot Hollywood movie star by merely being yourself.
The universe wants you and your beloved to be together. If you are destined to be together, stop even trying to make it happen. It just will. Years later. Plus, it doesn't hurt to go shopping for gloves.
Sleepless in Seattle
Traveling across the country and stalking someone you heard over the radio is a very effective wooing tactic.
How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days
Whatever you do, don't let your love fern die.
Happy Valentine's Day!