I love you, Paul Rudd.

I think one of the reasons that I love films and literature so much is that they are an escape from reality. (The reality that I was never going to get into med school, so I switched my major to film…) Not that my reality is so bad. I can’t really complain because I have lived a very fortunate life so far. But sometimes I think the characters that people write are far superior to real people and I wished they existed for real. For example, I watched I Love You, Man last night and if you haven’t seen it, you must. I’ve seen it twice now and I just love it. I can’t stop laughing, snorting, holding in pee, throughout the whole movie. First off, it is just hilarious, but I think Paul Rudd, or I guess his character, is in fact my soul mate.



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He is like the perfect combination of nerdiness, awkwardness, charm and good looks. He’s also Jewish which is just icing on my lust cake. I was fortunate enough to get a chance to meet Paul Rudd in person at my job, and I nearly died. He was everything I ever dreamed, plus he was wearing ultra trendy thick black framed glasses, which to me are like the equivalent of huge boobs to a guy. I think they are so hot. I can’t even talk about it. I need a glass of water.



And I’ll leave off with my favorite quote from the movie because I am a 12 year old boy trapped in a 23 year old woman’s body and will never grow out of toilet humor.

Open House Couple: [after trying to discreetly fart at an open house] I like it, but I’m not sure about the space… I’m thinking it might be a little bit small.

Sydney Fife: [Knowing he farted] Totally, and it smells like fart.



Alright guys. Laters on the menjay.




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