Saturday, April 30, 2005

**uses sign language: "Irritate Your Man with Movies No. 2**

Drink tea. Eat finger sandwiches. Wear a corset and watch The Piano.

If he resists, don't say a word - just stare at him stonily. Then emphatically sign the phrase "Do you know how many times I've sat through Rocky?" Once again, stare stonily.

[For added irritation, neglect to tell him about Harvey Keitel's "special scene."]

Irritez votre homme avec des films - No. 1


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