At one time or another we’ve all felt the need to fulfill some type of expectation, whether it’s our own, our parents’, or those of the person we are trying to impress.
4. James Dean.
Here we are, looking at each other not look at each other.
I go to the Chateau Marmot. I sit in the lobby and watch wanna-be-actresses all afternoon.
Old Hollywood: where men were manlier, the women were womanlier.
You can only catch a yawn from someone that you like. (The same is true for sneezes.)
We don’t need a new Marilyn, we had the old Marilyn and that ended tragically. Why are we romanticizing that?
If you want to to introduce Star Wars to a new generation, let them watch A New Hope like the goddamn rest of us did.
I know that was the right advice to give (almost every dating book I’ve ever read confirms that this “playing hard to get” mess works), but I wanted to stab those words as they were coming out of my mouth like after-birthday-party balloons.
Whenever I see a particularly diverse group of friends, I make cynical, outdated references to the Burger King Kids Club. Well, this one makes me feel old and kind of racist.