Saturday, November 29, 2008

Nicholas Sparks...

Is a goddamn sadistic bastard.

10 comments:

Smoochiefrog said...

What book are you reading?

Mrs Furious said...

Not reading... watching.
We watched both The Notebook & A Walk To Remember this weekend.
My step father and I almost ran out of kleenex ;)

Deb said...

Won't watch him or read him for that very reason. I mean, sheesh, I started crying when we went to see Santa this morning, and the most embarrassing part was that my tears were rolling over a total stranger's kids! I know one Sparks movie would send me straight into the arms of Prozac.

Mrs Furious said...

Deb,
I almost made one of my labels say "Deb avoid at all costs!" ;)

smellyshelley said...

My niece was sobbing so hard when we watched Notebook she was convulsing.

You and your Mom are cute together. Wish you could always do your videos with her. We make turkey enchiladas too! Yumm!

Elizabeth said...

What do you mean? Nicholas Sparks writes uplifting tales of romance and redemption! *wide eyed innocent look*

or at least that's what they told us to say at the bookstore!

Kiki said...

I was going to DVR the Notebook, decided I couldn't take it...since my dad died, I can't take anything too sad...even music takes me to the edge!!!

Heather said...

I almost bawl just thinking about the Notebook. Some people said it was sappy, I found it lovely and well, a cryfest.

Gigs said...

A Walk to Remember.... I cried through that one too. I read The Notebook and cried through that. Seriously, how can one man create so many tales of love and loss??
Of course, I just (finally) read Marley and Me and cried through the end of that too... Have you read it? It might give you a new perspective on Canine!

Claire said...

I was crying through The Notebook in a public theater - trying to be quiet. Have you seen the Pillsbury Crescent Roll commercial where the people click their heels together and the last line is, "Home is calling."? That one is making me cry!

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