Saturday, March 04, 2017
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THE SINGLE’S SCENE; A women perspective


Welcome to the single scene . . . it’s not that bad, really; you just have to
think of men like houses and trade upward.——Peggy Sue Got Married (1986)

I sort of like this dating thing. I’m sort of getting the thing here. What you do
is, you sit back and watch as these strange men try to impress you in weird
and stupid ways, and then you just pick the least disgusting one.
—If Lucy Fell (1996)

We spend hours making ourselves look completely different, and then we go
into some dark place where we really can’t see each other anyway, and then we
drink so we don’t know if the other person is really interesting or just seems
interesting because they’re pretending to be interested in the person we’re pre-
tending to be.——Mystery Date (1991)

Do you know how hard it is to find a decent man in this town? Most of them
think monogamy is some kind of wood.——The Mask (1994)

The right man for you might be out there right now, and if you don’t grab
him someone else will, and you’ll have to spend the rest of your life knowing
someone else is married to your husband.——When Harry Met Sally (1989)

This is a competitive world. A woman who sits waiting by the phone, sits
waiting by the phone.——ChapterTwo (1979)

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