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Wednesday, March 23, 2005


Tis' tough being single sometimes....

Ok Jane Green is starting to scare me. First, in Bookends, her main character was Cath, who liked books, had dry frizzy hair, wore black constantly, was a total slob n longed for love in her life.

Now, in Straight Talking, her main character is Tash, looking for love in all the wrong places, whose best friend Adam falls in love with her, but she doesn't know a thing until he confesses.

Is this some kinda freaky coincidence or what?


Anyway, some lessons gleaned from He's Just Not That Into You:

1. Some [to be fair, not all] guys are scumbags
2. Scumbags use women for company, sympathy, entertainment and sex
3. Women should dump the scumbags
4. Women should look for men worthy of themselves
5. All women are worthy of good men

Hm. Now if only they had a part on how to find the good ones...

Although, it does make sense. Why do we keep surrounding ourselves with men who cannot make it? What we need is some kind of supervirus that will kill all the male losers of the earth, leaving behind all the good ones. With such a large excess of women, the population will definitely replenish itself in no time, and with a new population of people who will have Good genes in them.

Save the Earth. Kill all Losers. Has a good ring to it, don't you think?

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