23 September 2009

7 shall we dance? oh yes, we shall.


last night, croftie and i had the best date ever. salads. cupcakes. shall we dance. all of which has convinced me that we, as a culture, sorely underestimate the healing power of ms. jennifer lopez.

7 comments:

Les Savy Ferd said...

man, other than the cupcake awaiting me when i got home i am SO glad I had to miss these festivities...

if its J-lo and its not _Out of Sight_ then i am not interested. and I take it you did not make it a _Shall We Dance_ / _Good the bad and the Ugly_ double feature?

oline said...

you can't begin to imagine the fight for life that cupcake had. croftie and i were this close to taking it out.

Les Savy Ferd said...

and i had the willpower to take only a few bites, and save the rest for today...



(its delicious btw)

Linda said...

oh geez, I hate to be the negative one here.. but doesn't it drive you nuts how she is always this trod-upon submissive person in her movies? woe is me, blah blah boo frickity hoo? and in reality is J LO: The Diva?

but maybe I've just never forgiven her for those awful m&m lines from The Wedding Planner...

oline said...

HOW did you manage to save that divine cupcake a whole freaking night, pirate? what commendable determination.

and thank you, negadear, for being such a downerpants. j lo (and made in manhattan) were there for me when my dog died so she can do no wrong in my eyes. it will, however, now be my goal to get you to say "blah blah boo frickity hoo" as often as may be.

Les Savy Ferd said...

She also has a multi-million $$$ insurance policy on her ass. in case she loses it somewhere? Which is a problem with asses I've heard.

Lara Ehrlich said...

By the by, I went back to the video store and bought Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights for three bucks. I watched it last night and let me tell you, I would have paid far more than three dollars for this movie. Like, maybe five.

It wasn't great, but boy is it fantastic. You and I are going to have SUCH fun with Diego Luna... and I believe he was 23 when this movie came out. So if we watch Havana Nights the week after 17 Again, we'll be making some progress toward admiring the boys (excuse me, men) of our own generation!