The 40-Year-Old Virgin (2005) = 8/10. *possible spoiler alert* I really like the fact that Andy doesn't end up with an unattainably gorgeous woman in her 20s. Trish is like a lot of women--beautiful, but not perfect. She has family problems. I would have been upset if, for instance, Andy ended with with an Angelina Jolie or a Jessica Alba.
Born into Brothels (2004) = 8/10. I find watching things like this to be far more upsetting than those late-night Feed the Children segments I watched as a kid. This is about children in India who are, you guessed it, born into brothels and the difference one person can make in their lives. It made me feel good about being a mentor and thankful for so many basic things in life.
Camp (2003) = 6.5/10. Since I don't really "get" drama queens and actors, some of this went right me. But it was still funny in a teenage humor sort of way. The absurdity parents wiring their daughter's mouth shut so that she'll lose weight it quite amusing.
The most exciting thing to happen to me today? I sucessfully made bacon and eggs by myself for dinner. I honestly didn't know how to fry an egg before Doug showed me last night. Well, I attempted a few times, but the attempts were never successful.
I feel so guilty for having lazy Saturdays like I had today. Probably because I like them so much. Lazy Saturdays consist of me waking up whenever I feel like it, showering, watching a movie, taking a nap, watching more movies, going to the gym, and then to sleep for the night. Doug spent a few hours with me today, so that was welcome change to the usual LS. I try to have a LS twice a month. I know I'm not the only one that does this, but no one ever tells me about the lazy days they have.