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Feb 5, 2010

Love is apologies

Last night we were in ye Olde Blockbuster, something that doesn't happen as much as it should in this age of Redbox and Netflicks.

Thing to Remember: Trying to pick a movie at Blockbuster with three other people will take a lot of discussion a lot of time and a lot of fake recommendations and even arguing.

Anyway, I picked up a movie called Love Story (I wonder how they came up with that title).

The tagline was "Love means never having to say you're sorry."

Which makes absolutely no sense. Any thoughts?

7 comments:

Kelsie Lynn said...

huhh? thats kinda odd.
i just started writing about how that might make sense. but really, it doesnt. it cant

Alyssa said...

I don't think that's possible. I've never seen it, but heard it's really good. Maybe it makes sense once you've seen it? (but probably not)

Nibby said...

I made a group of friends watch Love Story with my last year at this time. It is quite honestly the worst film ever committed to celluloid.

The end.

PS) No, love absolutely means having to say you're sorry.

PPS) There is ONE good part in that film....the part where Ryan O'Neill takes her legs out from underneath her on the soccer field in the snow. Brilliant.

redneckzilla said...

"Rated PG: For a love scene"

Bean said...

true love can't exist without forgiveness. nuff said.

Matt Heder said...

That quote makes perfect sense. My thoughts later when we hang out.

Candy Smith said...

love means that you say sorry and you mean it more than you've ever meant it before.