Sunday, March 28, 2010
Just a few minutes ago, I remembered watching one of my favorite romantic comedies The Proposal, starring Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds. But it wasn't until the romantic comedy Leap Year, starring Amy Adams and Matthew Goode came out that this question came into my head.
When the last time a female proposed?
The Proposal is a story of win Sandra Bullock's character Margaret forces Ryan Reynold's character Andrew to marry her in order to keep her from getting deported back to Canada. Aside from how the situation was handled, I remembered when Andrew asked Margaret to proposed the right way. It was the first time on screen that I ever see a female propose to a man.
Leap Year tells the story of Anna (Amy Adams), who travels to Ireland to propose to her boyfriend Jeremy (Adam Scott) on February 29, leap year, because according to Irish tradition, a woman can propose to a man on February 29 during a leap year.
Just watching me makes me start thinking. I need to see this happen in real life. I know this happens alot, but I want to see a female propose through my very eyes.
Saturday, March 27, 2010
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Friday, March 26, 2010
Sorry I didn't give I reason why I haven't been blogging for the last couple of days. I wasn't sure which direction I was taking the blog to. Here I am blogging about different topics in different fields. Mystery, business, comedy, and many more are put together. I realize now I can't do it like this anymore. I have to stay focused.
So this blog is going to be a comedy blog. Anything I post is going to make you laugh. You wouldn't help but comment on the topic. I just had to choose what I'm going to talk about. But let me clear up the rumors. There will be new blog posts tomorrow.
I AM NOT LEAVING THE BLOGGING WORLD! SO ALL THE HATERS CAN SUCK IT AND SUCK IT HARD!!
Thursday, March 18, 2010
Kendra and Hank Baskett are a good example. Now that the second season of Kendra has finally aired, I am happily enjoying this couple that are not afraid to be public with their life. I can't wait to see how Kendra handles motherhood. In the beginning, I knew that Kendra could handle the cameras since she did The Girls Next Door. But I just wondered how Hank dealt with it. I haven't seen a lot of athletes do reality shows before.
Hank is handling the camera like a true person. I applaud him for that. Having cameras in your face everyday is not easy at all if you think it is. I think Hank handles it very well.
This couple is good example of a public couple. Their in the spotlight everyday and their not letting people get in their ear. But I wonder how a single person handles it. A person who is not afraid of being a open book. A person who talks about 90% of his/her life. I guess it's all about how to balance. However, you can't let anyone get in your ear if you decide to a public figure professionally and personally.
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Alright everyone! It's finally here. A new episode of Drama Queenz has arrived. I saw the new episode and it without a doubt at another level. The boys are getting better every episode. So if you are a true fan of the show, you will watch the new episode.
Saturday, March 6, 2010
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Tuesday, March 2, 2010
After pleasuring myself for the fourth time in one night, I began to pay attention to the LGBT community and their sex lives. When sexually transmitted diseases were spreading like wildfire in the last decade alone, we have to keep ourselves protective. I haven't been in a relationship since June 2009. So I haven't had sex in a while.
I am not the kind of person that goes to sex parties. I have nothing against sex parties, but I don't picture myself going to one. It's hard at times to not have sex, but I am handling it. One is food. I have a fast metabolism that is making me stay at 120 pounds. So I can eat 4 lemon cakes and still be 120 pounds.
Since I am discussing pleasure, I want to talk about sexual gay relationships. Ever since I started talking about sex on my blog, I cannot stop thinking about it. In the gay community, I can't help but notice that homosexual couples are having more sex than heterosexual couples. Every time I walk around an area that is mostly populated with gay people, one couple is either grabbing onto their mate's back sides or showing a lot of PDA.
I remember watching this lesbian couple on television. According to them, they lose weight by having lots of sex. As for men, it's pretty obvious that their having lots of sex. When two male hormones connect, you have a combustion. It's actions like this that makes me worry about future relationships. Lately, there are mostly hookups than dating. Meeting a man with commitment material appears to be harder than expected. After noticing these actions it got me thinking.
When it comes to same sex relationships, which one comes first. The relationship or the sex?