Saturday, 13 November 2010


I just want to stay in bed all day and watch these over and over and over. (

"I don't know what's happening. I don't trust myself when I'm in love. I get nervous and say the wrong things or I start examining, evaluating, calculating what I say.

I say "Think it will rain?" She responds, "I don't know." Then I wonder if she's even interested. It all scares me to death. Yes, scared to death.

A friend once told me having a fuck buddy is better than falling in love. I think he's right. Rain makes flowers grow and snails happy. That's a fact.

But if a girl loves me she starts acting strangely, like asking me funny questions and pouting when I snap at her or saying things like "Think it will rain?" and I say "I have no idea" and she says "Oh" and gets all sad looking up at the California-blue sky.

That makes me thank God it's you, darling. This time it's your turn."

Someone wanna come to Paris with me?

Next summer my Mum has told me I can pick a European city for us to spend a week in. We'll visit the museums, walk around and take in the architecture, eat out every day and night... and shop. Most importantly shop.

So far Paris is a MAJOR contendor.
As is Venice, Vienna, Budapest, Barcelona and Rome. Again.

Any other suggestions?


The Robyn Diaries said...

These all look exceptional! I am going to have to find a way to watch them :)

R x

Little Miss Curious said...

Me, me, me! Well, I have been to Paris twice, my cousin lives there but I love the city! The trailers are absolutely amazing, especially the last one ♥


Kirsty said...

I know! I subtitled Dans Paris for work last year and it pure stayed with me in the back of my mind all that time. I bought it for £4 off Amazon last week and watched it again last night and it didn't disappoint. So beautiful. The others look just as good - especially Chansons d'Amour. xx

Kirsty said...

haha, lets DO IT! I went once with my French class in school, but all I really remeber of it was kissing a really ugly boy, Disneyland, going bowling with our teachers, and the looky-looky men at the Tour d'Eiffel. I know, right? I adore Louis Garrel and Romain Duris. Have you seen The Beat That my Heart Skipped? I haven't but I reckon it's on the list of potential next DVD purchases (after GG series 103 boxset though, OBV!) XX

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