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It was still good

September 8 2007 at 9:47 PM
NOOAWLINSMA  (no login)


Response to Re: Getting ready to watch The Way We Were

 

although I didn't get the same romantic feeling I did as a teen. I guess those days are long gone. Now, Love Story....LOL. I saw it not long ago and I agree. It was sappy allright. Ali McGraw couldn't act her way out of a paper bag. I didn't realize that when I was younger. I was too wrapped up in the sad, syrupy love thing.
Romeo and Juliet was another one of those movies. I remember getting that lovey, romantic feeling in my stomach and then crying at the end. I still like it, but no funny feeling in my stomach and no more crying.
I guess I got old.....too bad. I kinda liked that romantic, sweet feeling.

 
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