My longest relationship has been with commitment phobia. But I seriously do think I could get married if I could do it with a month-to-month lease.
The man looks deep into my soul and says, "Grinding is usually a sign of stress or anxiety. Your teeth are much more damaged than they should be for someone your age. Do you want to talk about it?"
He also told me all about the girl who'd cheated on him and that being around pretty girls actually made him feel like he was being punched in his stomach. "So that's what all this is about," I thought, "He thinks I'm pretty!"
I think it's time we start getting more creative with our lady humor.
Let's get one thing out of the way: For all the conversation it's generated, we absolutely love Girls. Dunham and co. have gotten plenty right about girls and, by extension, guys -- but they've gotten a few things wrong, too.
The thing that upsets my friends and me about Girls is not what we feel the series gets wrong. What really bugs us is that Lena Dunham seems to be the only one of us brave enough to say anything.
Like all of us, I'm just looking for a nice man to settle down and have a family with and by "settle down" I mean travel the world and by "family" I mean two small kittens.
Perhaps the most remarkable thing about Girls is not its content, but its creator. Love her or hate her, Dunham at 26 typifies the ability and power of this generation. You might say this is a generation with more Lena Dunhams than Hannah Horvaths.
Ladies, there is room for all of us. Some use their looks, some use their connections, some their brains, some their talents. It's a tough world out there. We're being told to 'lean forward' to 'lean back.' It gets so confusing! "Can't we all just get along?"
If you feel insecure about your belly button, take some time to think about what your belly really is and who it connects you to.
Emma: At the end of last episode, we saw all of the girls sort of hit rock bottom -- this episode, we got at least a bit of resolution.
Except while the images were happy, the underlying themes were not: Hannah, Adam, Marnie and Charlie are all back to square one. Any personal gains they've made in the year that the show has depicted were erased with one single montage. It was "Girls" as "The Graduate": the characters won the battle, but lost the war.
Should more show creators be contractually obligated to write digital versions of story lines to extend the action?
Lori: Hi everyone. OK, so whoa, I am still kind of stunned by this episode.
Whether it was the level of dysfunction each character hit or the abundance of upsetting scenes packed into 30 minutes, "On All Fours" somehow took "Girls" to a new level.
A handful of bold, brilliant women have taken the opportunity to tell middle-aged male entertainment executives what women really want. Women are tweeting, writing, acting and singing about stuff that we can actually relate to.