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Posted in Art, books, Film, Food, little words, lundi heureux, Music, photography, tagged bow bow flats, chick-fil-a, chocolate chip cookies, david nicholls, december, mariah carey oh santa, marilyn monrow and arthur miller, morning glory soundtrack, natasha beddingfield strip me, one day, snow, starter for ten, the weepies same changes on December 6, 2010 | Leave a Comment »
un : it’s december!!!
deux: chocolate chip cookies. why not?
quatre : every version of these women’s bow bow flats…
cinc : this photograph of marilyn monroe and arthur miller
the plot, from amazon, is this : The episodic story takes place during a single day each year for two decades in the lives of Dex and Em. Dexter, the louche public school boy, and Emma, the brainy Yorkshire lass, meet the day they graduate from university in 1988 and run circles around one another for the next 20 years. Dex becomes a TV presenter whose life of sex, booze, and drugs spins out of control, while Em dully slogs her way through awful jobs before becoming the author of young adult books. They each take other lovers and spouses, but they cannot really live without each other.
neuf : even the starter for ten movie is brilliant!!
dix : mariah carey’s new christmas song oh santa
onze : songs from the morning glory soundtrack
(pictures via here)
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