Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Inevitably, the response, "Ya. whatsup?"
"Come over! Let's watch a movie!"
I don't care who you are, you don't get that text and NOT know what's going down. So let me say two things on this sad subsequent-sunset situation (a stretch, so i'll give it 3.5...judges? *BZZZ* Dang!).
First of all, I DO NOT UNDERSTAND MAKING OUT DURING MOVIES! The only movie I have kissed a girl was Ben-Hur and that is only because you can go 20 minutes kissing and not miss much and plus, it was the second time i had seen it that summer (it was kind of a boring summer, don't hate). If I want to watch a movie, I put in a movie. If i want to kiss, i put the car in park. Very simple.
If you can kiss ANYtime, why pay money for it?
Now, a movie CAN be a great way if you are too chicken liver to break the physical barrier with a hand hold or cuddle; but I don't want your greasy butter lips all up in my grill when I'm trying trying to use my Droid to wikipedia someone's name while watching Midnight in Paris to see if I actually got the joke.
The second thing I want to say about movies and lips is, I DO NOT UNDERSTAND CHITCHAT DURING MOVIES! Holy cow, people! Okay, an original observation, a quick question, a cute comment (+6 combo boom!)--but to ask me my political views during the opening scene of The Ring doesn't work. The opening scenes are CRITICAL.
I was on a movie date with a girl that seriously was just talking and talking and talking and talking. And she was asking me all sorts of questions. I mean, I appreciate her trying to get to know me and I was interested in what she was saying, but here's a little get to know me moment: I don't like talking during movies. Let's have that be the first question if you are a movie-chatter.
About the 20th question, she goes, "So...what is your favorite movie?"
I look at her and said, "well...it might be this one. How about we find out?"
A little rude, and I'm sorry...but the real joke is on me. She is married with 2 kids and I'm....well blogging about her.
Anyways...so in my opinion, the lips should be used sparingly during the movies. Who knows, maybe if you actually watch a movie, you can find new ways to kiss.
p.s. Just to let you know, even when kissing, water obeys gravity and will go up your nose if you try the spiderman kiss.