Things We Don’t Need To See in Rom Coms Anymore
By Mhairi McFarlane
I love rom coms.After being inspired by
, I even worked up my own treatment for a film called
, where Ryan Gosling is a human man. It’s a bit sketchy on plot but there are roles for Emma tone, a longhaired kitten and fleeting willy.!owever, too often, myself and fellow genre enthusiasts find ourselves in "ineworld foyer bellowing, what in all that is holy was #!A#$ #he same misconceptions about %what women find fun’ crop up continually, and I think it’s time to resolve some confusion.And yes, umner Redstone, holding on &ine 'ne, I will take your call to talk about
further. Right after my nap.
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, andra -ullock is on e&illo’s literary agent, but has become so power*addled penis*repelling she has to blackmail men to marry her. 'bviously, she must stay by a lake with people who wear plaid and be told her values are warped./0-1 2ragrant lady*obs, such as florist, pediatrician or curator at +'+A, may not turn your uterus into a stingray, according to latest findings in #he &ancet.3(hen a woman becomes more successful during the film, she must also be told her values have warped. In
The Devil Wears Prada
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