June 22, 2004

Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue

So Kate, upon your request I am posting something NEW up even though I have nothing to talk about really. At least nothing I necessarily feel like talking about. Which tends to make me want to talk about something OLD, maybe a topic that I have already discussed before? Lets see, I could count down the many ways that love stinks, but I think we are all aware of all of that, and at this point, who really gives a crap about love or relationships or any of that? I know I'm reaching a point where I can honestly say I almost could care less, although there are of course minor set backs here and there where i might start to care for a second, but they usually go away pretty quickly.

I could talk about how I watch way to much T.V., but thats not really the case anymore, at least I'm not addicted to a whole bunch of shows like I tend to be during the fall. Right now, the only shows I watch on a regular basis are Six Feet Under, and The Real World. The only one I refuse to miss is Six Feet Under. Which could bring me to the old post I had in which i tried to decide which show I liked better, which was Six Feet Under or Sopranos. While Sopranos was on I was loving it but desperately missing Six Feet Under, and now that Six Feet Under is on, I'm loving it, but desperately missing Sopranos, so I think it just might have to be a tie.

Lets see, what else have I discussed about on this boring blog of mine, oh Alanis, whom I still love dearly. I still would like to go see her in either July or August, oh wait I think it has to be in july, so if there are any other takers, just let me know. I'm not too into going to concerts alone. That's just weird if you ask me.

I guess the last thing I can think of which i talked about on here would be taking pictures, which I still love, and do on a very regular basis these days. I have another wedding on my own this Sat. at the Italian Bistro in Glassboro, wherever the hell that is. The one good thing i can say about my life, and it may be the ONLY good thing right now, is that I truly love my job!

Damn it, I seriously had something NEW that I was about to talk about, and it freakin left my head as quickly as it came in, damn thats pretty bad.

Something BORROWED, well lets see, I'll borrow Johns new thing which is I LOVE NEW JERSEY...I must say though, I don't really mean that statement. It's alright I guess, and I don't think that i would chose to move, but to say I like absolutely love it, well that would be like exaggerating a little. I don't hate it, and I don't necessarily know of a place that I would like better, but that could be mainly due to the fact that I'm not very well traveled.

Anyway, the something BLUE would obviously be the blog itself, i mean hello...oh wait, and it could be my mood too :( Poor me...

So there Kate, you asked for it, and im sure you regret it now...but you got it anyway.

By the way, two movies I'm very excited to see would be Farenheit 9/11 and Spider Man, anyone else interested? I hope so, cause I'm not really into going to the movies alone either.

Posted by Angela at June 22, 2004 09:20 AM

I'm there for both of them, plus Garden State. Plus other movies that I want to see but probably never will unless someone asks me to go. I don't go to movies unless someone asks usually, or I at least have someone to go with. I never, ever in my life have gone to a movie alone. This is actually kinda weird/funny cause honestly, I don't think it'd be a big deal to go to a movie alone. It's not like you're going to be sitting there talking to anyone during the movie. You might as well be alone while watching a movie. I know people like to discuss the movie afterwards with someone else, but I'm not partial on who I discuss the movie with. If I go alone I could always sign online and find a message board that is discussing the movie. So, all in all, I have no clue why I don't go to the movies alone. I should do it, just to see what it's like frankly...

Posted by: kate at June 22, 2004 09:34 AM

heres an idea, how bout since we both have never went to a movie alone, we go to one together, sit away from eachother, and then we have someone to discuss the movie with afterwards? its a thought anyway.

Posted by: angela at June 22, 2004 11:52 AM

I've been to a movie alone. I left half way through. It was on a day that I was supposed to be at work, but wasn't going and I couldn't tell my mom I wasn't going, so I had to stay out all night and pretend like I was at work. It seemed like a good idea at the time, but then some lady got pissed off cuz I couldn't read her mind that she wanted me to move down so her and her friends could sit together or something, and proceeded to talk very loudly and bitchily (is that a word?) about me the entire movie. If I wasn't like 17 at the time, and her being about 40, I probably would have said something. The me now definitly would have anyway. But, the me then burst into tears to make the ignorant bitch feel bad and then left. I don't know if it worked or not, but when I got up, I saw that if she really wanted to sit four people across, she could've moved down about five seats the other way and did it. So it probably didn't work at all. I think she was trying to make me cry. Anyway, I will never EVER go to the movies alone again because of that incident. In fact, I have trouble watching Meet the Parents cuz it reminds me of that time. I think I need to like track her down and bitch her the fuck out and that'll make me feel better. Dumb bitch...

Posted by: Steph at June 25, 2004 10:54 AM

I like going to the movies alone, it's liberating.

Posted by: Chulz at June 26, 2004 08:40 PM

That's queer. What the hell was she saying exactly?

Posted by: kate at June 27, 2004 09:51 AM

Don't really remember. Something about me being ignorant for not moving down or something. Not like she asked me to move down, just assumed that I should read her mind and do it. I dunno. People are stupid.

Posted by: Steph at June 28, 2004 05:54 PM

What don't you like doing alone charlie? steph, that is a very upsetting story, and you should have thrown pop corn in the ladies hair. speaking of movies and all, there are two i am dying to see now. i think i already said this, but i want to see farenheit 9/11 and i want to see spiderman, so who wants to go and when. remember everyone this friday is OUT cause EVERYONG should be going to see Leeds Kin play at the troc...it will be fun especially on the bus i think! :)

Posted by: angela at June 28, 2004 07:24 PM

Well Kate, Farenheit 9/11 is down, only one left to go, Spidey!! I must say I am glad I went to see Farenheit 9/11, but its not a movie i can say I enjoyed. How can you enjoy reliving the September 11 incident, or enjoy seeing people who have lost people due to war, or see injured people from war? It made me cry! Quite a bit I must say, but then again, there isn't much that doesnt make me cry these days. I could sneeze and somebody say "god bless you" to me and I would probably cry at this point. Man, being a woman sucks. I wish I was a dude that just didn't give a shit about anything or anyone. All I needed to care about was when the next time I was going to get my willy wet was.

Posted by: angela at July 6, 2004 10:21 AM
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