Ok, so it’s already 2:36 and I’m at a loss for a topic and not really feeling writing anyways. So instead I’m gonna share with you my favs from Lemondrop.com today—one of my fav sites to procrastinate on.
Pro: He’s got the cute little monkey and that flying carpet thing, which would be AWESOME for romantic, moonlit dates, you know … in the sky.
Con: He’s got those unflattering drop-crotch jumpsuit pants. Ew.
Pro: His super-duper-strength means we’d always be protected from creepy dudes the bar.
Con: That EGO. Sure, he’s like pretty much the most perfect mythological being ever to exist, but would we always have to hear about it?
Pro: He’s got the horse, which means he could carry us away us in the perfect fairy-tale ending we’ve always dreamed of.
Con: We can’t really remember who he is or what movie he was in — “Sleeping Beauty”? “Cinderella”? “Snow White”? — which makes us think he’s kind of bland.
Pro: He’s beast-turned-man, which means things could get really animalistic in the sack.
Con: That temper may have worked for Belle, but it sure as hell ain’t gonna stand with us.
Pro: A lot of land.
Con: We’d never have the heart to steal him away from Pocahontas, because can you imagine how cute those mixed kids would be?
Pro: Swinging from trees means amazing upper arm strength.
Con: Would we have to, like, pee in the forest all the time? Where would we take showers?
Pro: He’d keep us young at heart.
Con: Um, we’re pretty sure he’s underage. And he wears tights.http://www.lemondrop.com/2009/10/14/who-is-the-hottest-disney-prince
Who is your favorite?
I’d have to go with Tarzan; I like the monkey thing.
One on the age-old dating question of when is it too soon to say “I love you:”
He Said/She Said Advice—He Said ‘I Love You’ Too Soon by Kristin Rollins (one of my personal favs) and her ‘platonic guy friend,’ Peter, who she can to ‘for the male perspective.’
Peter: Wait a second, who does that?
Kristen: Oh, I’ve had it happen not once, but twice, so I know how it feels. You think everything is going great with this new boy because you’re obviously in the honeymoon stage, then boom. Too soon!
They had never seen my temper, we hadn’t had our first argument, and I still popped gum in my mouth upon waking to avoid morning breath. I feel like saying “I love you” that soon is cheating and kind of copping out of actually loving someone because you’re not giving the best and worst sides of each other a chance to mesh.
When this happened to me, I think I smiled politely and said something along the lines of ‘no, you don’t …’
And one for a bit of ‘female’ controversy (because what’s more fun than a bitch-fest/cat-fight scenario):
More Women ‘Opt Out’ of Being Housewives by Amanda Marcotte
I’ll let you read that one for yourself…
Oh, and I didn’t even finish reading this yet, but the title alone qualifies it to be listed:
I’m Asexual (and Why It’s Not That Bad Not to Want Sex) by Katherine Chen