The chicks and me

Last night my wife and I saw Letters to Juliet, the prototypical chick flick.  In a theater of about 40 – 50 patrons, I was the only male. There were little chicks (and not so little chicks making too much noise), mommy chicks, grandma chicks and me. The whole thing was kinda of surreal…and filled with estrogen.

As far as strange movie experiences, this one is probably second only to the time Linda and I saw Moscow on the Hudson. We were spending few days in early April at our ski house in Killington, Vermont. One day it rained, so we decided to catch a matinee in West Rutland. Not all that match action in West Rutland mid-week in early April. Come to think of it, not all that much action in Rutland (west or otherwise) at all. Turns out, we were the only ones in the entire theater. At least we weren’t bothering anyone while we discussed the film.

Back to chick flicks. I have nothing against the genre. Afterall, every guy has to put with a chick flick every now and than if they know what’s good for them (wink, wink). Nothing wrong with Pretty Woman, You’ve Got Mail and my personal favorite – Notting Hill. No offense to my wife but Notting Hill has a special place in my heart. My daughter Allie was 10 years old when I took her to see Notting Hill at the 10 PM showing. She was so excited to be out with her dad late at night, seeing a movie. To this day, if she’s not around and it’s on, I text her to let her know that I’m watching it.

So guys, every now and than, you just have to suck it up and take your best gal to a chick flick. My one word of advice, stay away from the not so little chicks who tend to bring their own food and make lots of noise while unwrapping all that food, which is why they aren’t so little.

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About IraSez

I am the owner of Monarch Communications, a graphic design/advertising/website design firm in Millburn, NJ. You can take a look at some of our work at www.MonComInc.com I started IraSez at the urging of my wife, a couple of friends and several facebook friends who actually encouraged me to write a book. They think I'm funny but some of my latest blogs have covered some rather somber topics. In my spare time, I run the local SU alumni club. I'm in the 9th year of a 3 year term or as us SU grads called "fuzzy math." I'm SU '82, wife is SU '83, daughter is SU '11, son is SU '14, even my nephew goes to SU. So yes, we bleed Orange. I like to play golf, watch the same movies over and over, and take long walks with my dog on the trails in South Mountain Reservation behind Old Short Hills. If you see a guy wearing something with an SU logo chasing after a dog named Cosmo, that's me!
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4 Responses to The chicks and me

  1. julianne says:

    Not only funny, u r one smart guy! You know your women 🙂

  2. lizzie says:

    Larry loves watching chick flicks with me! He even cries sometimes which is really funny. In return, I watch the occasional guy movie with him like his personal favorites, Road Trip and Beerfest. Thus, our marriage works! Anyway, the chick flicks help soften you toughen guys, build your empathy, don’t you think??

  3. Beth says:

    The big question…are you going to go with Linda to see Sex & the City 2?

  4. irasez says:

    And that would be a no. Wait for it on HBO.

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