The Truth About Cats & Dogs

I remember first watching The truth about cats & dogs. I couldn't help but relate to Jeanne Garofalo's character.  All of us women are not made to look like the women displayed in the magazines.  We come in different shapes and sizes.  Our outsides are as different as our insides, but we all have the common outlook of wanting to find our match.

"Abby: OK. So say you meet one of these no sparks women, and you really take the time to get to know her and then you become intellectually stimulated by her. You just really enjoy her personality, thereby igniting all your lust and passion. Have you ever thought about that?"

 So many times have I heard "you're the girl a guy marries"... I'm the great personality girl. The caring girl who you want to build a family with. The girl that makes you laugh.

"Brian: You know how someone's appearance can change the longer you know them? How a really attractive person, if you don't like them, can become more and more ugly; whereas someone you might not have even have noticed... that you wouldn't look at more than once, if you love them, can become the most beautiful thing you've ever seen. All you want to do is be near them."

When I first saw this, I just looked and listened.  Guys like this couldn't exist.  No way.

"Abby: You forgot to say I love you because you're beautiful.
Brian: No, I didn't. I mean, she is. But that's not why I love her."

They do though.  And I know they do because I found one.