Do you know where this quote comes from, and this time without running to google right away ? I didn’t.
And what is that quote doing here you might wonder. Did you miss anything while you were away getting tea?
Well, I nearly choked in my (milky way) tea when I read this today (this product really exists – go on then google it):
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What? Infused with the falling in love scent?
Fuck off, was what I thought when I read that. In stead I went looking for the master to ask him if he had something better to say about falling in love. He had – this quote. I like the sound of it, but I am not quite sure if it is good or bad when you and I are past our dancing days. I might have to actually read Romeo & Julliet one day to clear that up.
There was one more thing I found out. I already knew that Richard Curtis (now officially my screen writer hero) is a hopeless romantic. Romeo’s (an Italian, and yes him from Julliet) last name is Montague. Guess what Lawrence’s last name is in TGITC. Nice one, Richard.
For you and I are past our dancing days.
Good, let’s move on to the next level.