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I've even heard of women who go on "eat pray love" vacations.... they're the same ladies that puts magnolia bakery cupcakes as a must-do when they step to ny because they saw it on satc
I know nothing of the book or the movie, but after she watched the flick, The Woman Who Isn't Rube's Girlfriendâ„¢ attacked me in bed with the fury of a thousand Amazons.
I had a similar question about The Notebook. that movie suuuuuucked
Synopsis on this book or movie please? I need in on some apparent lulz.
I know absolutely nothing about the movie, but let me take a whild guess at the plot....
I used to respect Nicholas Sparks. Never read any of his books, but he got women who didn't normally read to read, and I think a more literate America is a good thing. My girlfriend at the time read him and she never read anything more than a People magazine article. So I respected him. Then I read a USA Today (speaking of shitty writing) interview he dead. Holy fucking shit is the man self-delusional.
I know absolutely nothing about the movie, but let me take a whild guess at the plot.... 1. "overstressed" American woman (i.e., she has to work 45 hours per week and people ask her to do stuff) with an insensitive partner (i.e., won' put up with all my shit and won't support my artsy stuff because he's all serious and stuff with bills) feels restless. She's a "workaholic" who has reached her breaking point. She doesn't have kids either, because then she couldn't leave, right?