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Friday, August 14, 2009

There are lots of movies that me and sx want to watch recently! One of them is "The Proposal". I've been seeing the poster at cineleisure for quite some time already and is really curious by the "girl proposing to guy" picture.




Everyone thinks that in the dating game, guys should always be the one to make the move. However, that isn't a theory in my dating life. Ever since my first love, i lost count of the times i was the one who made the first move. I dont have the patience to slowly wait for a guy to express his feelings for me. Add that with the fact that i speak too directly at times, i tend to be the one doing all the chasing, most of the time.

Although i've not been doing the chasing for quite some time already, but i think that im still a relationship initiator. For example, i'll give alot of chances for the guy i have a crush on to make a move. I'll do things to create chances for both of us, but overall, it'll still be the guy doing the chasing part (something like i help him open the door so that he dont have to go through the process of thinking whether to open the door, and then i save time waiting as well. lol.). Heh.

Alright, this is getting confusing.
Well, main point is, some guys are just too stupid to take hints and make the first move. Some guys are just too laidback so if you dont chase them, they'll never notice you.

Okay, im out of point already.
If it's a marriage proposal, i think it's perfectly alright for the woman side to ask! Afterall, i think actually nowadays most of the time it's the woman doing it right? A girl would always go..."so when do you want to put a ring on my finger?" or other blatant hints for the guy to go ask if she would married him. Haha.

Well, Have you watched the trailer of The Proposal?

After i watched it, all the more i want to watch this movie! Love comedies.







It has nothing to do with whatever i've blabbered up there. Haha.
The synopsis from the website:

"When high-powered book editor Margaret (SANDRA BULLOCK) faces deportation to her native Canada, the quick-thinking exec declares that she’s actually engaged to her unsuspecting put-upon assistant Andrew (RYAN REYNOLDS), who she’s tormented for years. He agrees to participate in the charade, but with a few conditions of his own. The unlikely couple heads to Alaska to meet his quirky family (MARY STEENBURGEN, CRAIG T. NELSON, BETTY WHITE) and the always-in-control city girl finds herself in one comedic fish-out-of-water situation after another. With an impromptu wedding in the works and an immigration official on their tails, Margaret and Andrew reluctantly vow to stick to the plan despite the precarious consequences."

Ahem, reminds me of stories regarding certain nationalities marrying another upper-class nationality just to get the nationality identity and then dumping the husbands.

But then im sure in this movie they'll fall in love and live happily ever after lah. haha. Whether it'll be true or not, i'll have to watch it first.

The Proposal opens in cinemas 20 August 2009.

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