There are parts of this post that talk about a movie, that you may or may not have seen. If you have not seen it, i probably totally ruin it for you, so sorry.
BUT!! Still go see the movie. It was ruined for me* too, and i enjoyed it still.
Saw 500 Days of Summer.
Usually when i go to the movies, it cause the husband drags me to see something that i probably wont like, and i just go so he can quit his complaining that we never do anything on the weekend. (watching downloaded TV shows is totally doing stuff, thank you very much!)
I went into it, not really knowing what the movie was about. I had even forgotten what the movie was, we (husband came too), were going to see until i looked at the tickets!!
But i have to say, i really enjoyed it. It was one of those 'love' stories. But not.
I had hoped there was a book of the movie, (cause even though i have now seen it, and know how it ends, i wanna read it), but alas, there is not. It totally seems like it was made from a book too. Like Juno. Movie writer, can you get on that one please?
Here are a few lines that i enjoyed.
Author's Note: The following is a work of fiction. Any resemblance to persons living or dead is purely coincidental.
Especially you Jenny Beckman.
Rachel Hansen: Just because she's likes the same bizzaro crap you do doesn't mean she's your soul mate.
(i just added this one, cause i thought it was funny, and PS. my dads name really is Bruce, but i don't think he was named after Springsteen).
*I have to mention, someone on facebook made there status update: just saw 500 days of Summer. 'insert last line of the film' (I'm totally not going to say it, that's just rude). And i was waiting for that line, THE WHOLE MOVIE. Thanks person, just thanks.
I have to say, that this movie was pretty good. I would suggest seeing it. There were parts that people in the cinema were laughing loudly and longly (totally a word, spell checker) at, but i just didn't get that.
In other news, i applied for a new job. Away from my company. It was a ginormous step, and one that i haven't really told people about, (i tell them that i am looking, but there is a big difference between looking and applying) the husband doesn't even know yet. I just hate disappointments, and one (or three) applications (for the same company) doth not a new job make. So i would hate to be one of those people i despise and be all like, well, I'm getting a new job, so ha! and then not.