Friday, October 21, 2011


mr new guy and i have definitely hit the friend zone. its fine with me. i really dont think i could ever get over the disney crocs. like most women, i really enjoy dressing the man i love, but making over a man who wears disney themed crocs is just too much for any woman. when i met tgws, he still wore corduroy bell bottoms. I AM NOT KIDDING. i thought he was lying when he said they were still in fashion where he came from, but then he showed me his most recent yearbook. sure enough THEY WERE ALL WEARING CORDUROY BELL BOTTOMS. in 1983. seriously. oh yeah, i forgot the velor shirts. so we went shopping and he started dressing like a respectable 80's teenager: levi's 501's and polo shirts. it was revolutionary. msof did ok, but i did some fine tuning. and though i think i would be up to the challenge of making over mr new guy....i just dont wanna put in the effort. not that he would let me. he is definitely the kind of guy who would dig his heels in and refuse to change just because he thought someone wanted him to. who needs that? i havent heard from mr nice guy since we talked a few days ago. he is madly in love with me, wants to be with me, broke up with a girl because he didnt love her like he loves me....yet...YET he will change nothing. i am not surprised and i dont even care because the truth is, i am still in love with dick.


  1. Can't find the snippet from the movie "Dick" that that last phrase brings to mind.

    Velour shirts were nice. I had some pants that were soft and flocked like cords, but, instead of stripes, they were little squares. That was like '79.

    Still wear 501s most of the time. Could deal with some fixing-upping, but don't ever see me looking like someone on a fashion magazine cover. Maybe the cover of "Wired" sometime, if they do a "nerds" edition.

  2. i never saw that movie, but i can imagine. if you ever figure it out, please post it.
    501's are classic and will never go out of style, you just cant go wrong with them. i have never seen a man look bad in them.

  3. It's a hard search to make, with the title a single common word with multiple meanings. But it's a cute movie to watch, fwiw, and you would quickly figure out the moment I'm talking about (it's when they're roller-skating).