Last night I saw the "Sex and the City" movie.
It was so good. I feel like a changed person. I'm going to get all the Sex and the City episodes from Netflix.
Yesterday I was talking to Megan, the Google personal trainer that I go to. In a Samantha-esque move, Megan saw a VIP preview of the movie three days before it opened.
Megan: "I identified with Samantha so much. When you see the movie, you'll know what I mean."
Me: "Tell me a line from the part you're thinking of, so I'll know when I get to it."
Megan: "At one point, she says to a guy, 'I love you, but I love me more.'"
Me: "Wait. You actually said those words last month."
Megan: "I know."
Photo from a party last year, when Megan spent 45 minutes telling me about getting a colonic:
The world needs more people like Samantha and Megan. They are cheerful. They clearly articulate their needs. They're fun to be around. How can we make this happen?
Megan should write a book "How to be Like Me". I wouldn't buy it, but I'd encourage other people to.