He’s Just Not That Into You

25 Feb

I realized that I never wrote about our eventful Valentine’s weekend a while ago. So, seeing as I have a lack of creativity in thinking up anything better to write, I thought now would be as good a time as any to do that.

Last year, those of us without significant others did a Valentine spinoff of Secret Santa called Covert Cupid. We were planning to do that this year, but communication lines got crossed. We still had a lot of fun, though. My brother, after much deliberation and mind-changing, came up and spent the night on Saturday. We went to see the movie He’s Just Not That Into You, which was really good and really funny. I think James liked it, which is saying a lot considering he doesn’t watch chick flicks. Ginnifer Goodwin was so cute, and she made a lot of the same mistakes that I think most women make when meeting guys. The movie was really funny. I’d recommend it for a good Saturday night.

After the movie we went to dinner at Mexico Lindo, which has become our new favorite restaurant. We loaded down on chips, salsa, and guacamole, which is really all you need from Mexican restaurants anyway. I think James was impressed. After dinner we went for drinks at Brasserie Ecosse, our other new favorite haunt. That was really fun, because getting your friends liquored up is always a treat. Especially around your brother. We had a hilarious game of telephone, which was fun as a kid but is even better with a little drink. Overall a fun evening, and not a bad Valentine’s Day for a bunch of single college girls. James had like 9 dates for the night. Not bad for him, either.


One Response to “He’s Just Not That Into You”

  1. Nigel Tomm 25 February, 2009 at 10:34 am #

    Seems that you had nice Valentine’s day. Super.

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