“I’m not sentimental—I’m as romantic as you are. The idea, you know, is that the sentimental person thinks things will last—the romantic person has a desperate confidence that they won’t.”—F. Scott Fitzgerald (via thefloralsofa)
No Strings Attached, the new romantic comedy starring Ashton Kutcher and Natalie Portman as two young people who have trouble being just friends with benefits, opened this weekend to mixed reviews. Apparently, a lot of the film’s misses have to do with it being altered so drastically from its original script. Luckily, we found ourselves a copy of the original screenplay*, and are excited to bring it to you in it’s entirety. Enjoy!
The whole point of this sabbatical is for me to try and figure out why I search for that validation from a man, rather than finding it within myself. To return to “Jersey Shore” for a second, JWoww actually had some sobering words for Snooki on this very subject.
“I think you need to find love and you’ll try to find it in anyone,” she said. “You’ll make guys who aren’t good enough for you be good enough for you. You set yourself up for disaster.” Snooki agreeed. “It’s a disease to snook for love,” she said. “It’s worse than a staph infection.”