I’m a little grouchy. Today is not Valentine’s Day in my house. The Husband is working late tonight so we’ve postponed Valentine’s Day to Friday, which I actually like, because Friday beats the crumpets out of Tuesday hands down, but still, it’s all a little blah over here.
And, I wanted to write a post today, but felt like since it actually is Valentine’s Day, even if not in my house, if I didn’t post about Valentine’s Day, the blogger police would come for me. And how could I write about Valentine’s Day when it’s very un-Valentine like over here?
So… what I’m going to do, is leave Le Petit Village behind, and take a trip to Hollywood to list some of my favorite couples who I’m sure if they really existed, would know how to do Valentine’s Day… and wouldn’t be lame like me and postpone it just because someone is working late #ImSoLame.
I’ll start with these two, Robin Hood and Marian, my first favorite movie couple. I always did think that the fox made a much cuter Robin Hood than Kevin Costner any ol’ day of the week.
And for no other reason than I’m a Hobbit nerd, I give you Aragorn and Arwen. When they first met, he was twenty and she was over 2700, making Arwen the ultimate cougar.
(now don’t you go getting any ideas Madonna!)
My favorite spies…
Vaughn: How do you wanna play this?
Sydney: You wanna be rough, or you want me to be rough?
Vaughn: You’re always rough.
Sydney: No, I’m not.
Vaughn: Yes, you are.
Sydney: That’s not true!
Vaughn: Yes, it is.
Sydney: Are you talking about at home, or on Ops?
Vaughn: Both. Hey, I’m not complaining!
Sydney: If I’m rough, it’s because you like me to…
Sydney: Are we on coms?
Agent Jack Bristow: Yes, you’re both on coms right now.
* A W K W A R D *
Now, I realize that Diane is missing from this photo, but do we really want to see a photo of Diane and Llyod, or a photo of Llyod and the boom box?
And finally, Noah and Allie, because obviously.
“If you’re a bird, I’m a bird“
And a little note about The Notebook… when Disco Gayle was visiting, I found out that she had never seen The Notebook (what?!), so naturally I put it on. When the movie was over, she turned to me, tears streaming down her face and said, “Why did you make me watch this?“, followed by an insane amount of blubbering. I told her that it was OK, The Husband’s reaction when he saw it for the first time, was pretty much the same.
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