I miss you.
so as you might recall I reblogged this picture a few days ago, as of last night I have officially tried the Napoleon at Urth Cafe and (drum roll please) IT. WAS. AMAZING. Almost better than Gelson’s Viktor Benes (and I LOVE Vikor Benes’ Napoleon, it’s my number one all time favorite). This thing was creamy, soft, delicious, and BIG. Urth Cafe has won me over.Source: baconrainbows
I just watched this movie and I love it!! Although the story was really predictable, its my new favorite. I think it’s because I love Ashton Kutcher and Natalie Portman. They’re both too cute for words and I loved how she was so tiny and he was so tall. I think I also loved this movie because it’s so relateable. I think at some point in everyone’s lives they go through that phase where they give up on love and really being with someone because they end up “with a bunch of old t shirts and a broken heart” (to quote Natalie Portman.) I know I’ve been there. I was a straddler. I kept one foot in the relationship and one foot out, just in case. But that’s really no way to do that, or anything else for that matter. All it takes is a push in the right direction from the right person and you can be on the right track. Not to get all mushy gushy, but I think I found the one person to push me. I see a lot of myself in Natalie Portman’s character and I see a lot of my boyfriend in Ashton Kutcher’s character, as do many other people I’m sure. An although it’s not 100% similar, I think it’s the 10% I do see that make me love this movie. Source: spaceinbetween
Emma: Congrats? For what, having sex with you?
Adam: You did a good job, so…. I thought you deserved a balloon.
I love him.