Monthly Archives: February 2013

Commitment II

“To appreciate the real value of marriage you have to discard the superficial idea of repetition as something boring and negative, and see it as, on the contrary, something liberating and positive — the secret of happiness, no less. … … Continue reading

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Which Film am I? III

Released in 2000, I’m the Japanese Hunger Games … just with lots more tomato sauce. As the classmates take each other out, there’s not a death-scene without a poignant revelation: “Shuya, <cough, splutter> before I die, I just wanted you to … Continue reading

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Commitment I

“A successful marriage is basically an endless cycle of wrongs committed, apologies offered, and forgiveness granted […] all leavened by the occasional orgasm.” ~ Dan Savage  

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