Posted by joehoover on September 27, 2013
Now I don’t ever have to watch that show, right?
Affirmative! I am interested to know if any females actually thought the show was empowering in any way as it’s often heralded as. All I see are ‘friends’ talking over each other and turning conversations back on themselves, being obsessed by men and clothes.
All the things we love about women… sigh…
You are the last 9 notifications in my comment thread, from my site and yours. I’ve never seen so many Arthurs at once.
The attack of the clones had begun!
The richest kind.
I’ve never watched the entire series, but I found it funny and stupid at the same time…that’s why I kinda liked it. And they drank cosmos…,mmmmmm…cosmos.
I watched it too, but still find most things ridiculous in it, not least what she passed off as fashion
Sarah Jessica Parker – PHWOARRR!
what exactly does that mean?
Sexy lady, sort of, not really
I think I made it through the whole run of that show.
I don’t think that says anything good about me…
Did you other half force this upon you? I did to mine, only because his reactions are pretty funny to it, he gets so incensed by them
Um….yes! Yes, that is exactly what happened.
😀 In your defence it is your city, you only watched it for the recognisable sights (or can you identify whose shoes Carrie wore in season 3 episode 7?)
All I remember about the shoes is her throwing an I’m Still Single party for herself so her friend with kids would replace them.
I’ve said too much.
Not at all, I know that episode!
I think sex in the city is ok. I prefer doing it in the woods or something…oh, wait, you’re talking about the show? Yeah, it has some funny moments.
Some of the commentary on that show is really profound. Some of it is stupid, or slutty, or whatever, but there are a few moments when it touches depth. I kind of like it. Probably a 6 out of 10.
You know what my favorite show is lately? Face Off. On the SyFy channel. It is like a competition for movie makeup, character, costuming. it is freaking awesome. Ok, I’ll quit hogging your comments. 😉
Not seen that, sounds like I would like that, then again I lve Americas next Top iodel
It is wonderful Joe. Seriously. It is so cool. I like working with clay and stuff though, and my dad was a movie buff, so i might be biased.The last show they made characters like living art. With cubism, surrealism, expressionism, etc. I would love to do that.
The series was actually ok, it’s easy to put it down. the films on the other hand are atrocious
Yeah, I haven’t actually made it through the whole movie. Do they have more than 1 movie? I am so out of the loop. Kids…
Yes two, they get progessivly worse and more self indulgent
Hmmm, I don’t suppose I could sit through all that. It is one of those “good in small doses” things.
I’ve never watched it. But the way you have depicted it here tells me I never want to. Now maybe it’s good, but the whole idea of it just makes me bored. But then again, I felt the same way about the movie Good Fellas for the longest time. I wouldn’t watch it because I thought it looked too police procedurey. Then I watched it and it turned out to be one of my all time favorite movies of all time. So who knows, maybe if I gave it a chance I’d love it.
I think it’s written by gay men
Not that that’s bad, obviously coming from me. But I don;t think it really portrays a woman’s perspective, UI suppose I wouldn’t know that either. Except I don’t know any women who are like those four.
Oh we’ll it must be pretty funny. Which would explain why it’s so popular.
Haha okay so I may have just written an entire post about male psycho stalkers but shows like “Sex and the City” totally encourage women to become psycho stalkers.
I’ll have to check it out and pick up some tips! 😀
I’d only stock other men though
Hi Joe, In case you missed this: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2462108/Joan-Collins-The-toyboy-called-beautiful-monster–wanted-half-house.html
I bet they are advertising that as an EXCLUSIVE. I’ve been privy to her bedroom antics for some time now
Awww don’t say that, I used to like it 😦
:-D, so do I, I’ll re-enact it scene by scene when I am in NY this year
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