My Boyfriend

Meet my dearest Horatio Hornblower

Here are the things I love about him:

1. He's so honorable and brave.
2. Check out those cheekbones!
3. He was a Grecian at school.
4. He can speak French. He sounds silly when he does it, but hey, I'll let him practice on me.
5. He's pretty much there for me 24-7.
6. He's not afraid to cry, and doesn't look all slobbery when he does it.
7. He respects women.
8. There's this cute befuddled look he gets sometimes.
9. I just love me a puffy shirt.
10. Um, he can cook. And give really great massages.

Things we'll have to work on:

1. All those extended trips with the boys have to stop.
2. In fact, let's start thinking about an office job.
3. Haircuts. They're all the rage now.
4. Ditto to styling product.
5. Dearest, these nice young missionaries are coming over tonight after dinner. They just want to chat with you.
6. Blood tests. There's no telling what he could have picked up from some seaport trollop.

And that's all, because he's pretty much The Perfect Man.


CoolBoyH said... [reply]

He's going to have some mad flexiblity here soon too. I don't know if that does anything for you, but it definitly worked for Elastigirl.

Nemesis said... [reply]

Bwah hah haha! Gosh, that DOES have possibilities.

We'll see how much it does for me if I can actually face going to see a movie that looks as dumb as Fantastic 4 does.

Miss Hass said... [reply]

Yup. He is one foxy devil.

Cicada said... [reply]

So handsome... so, so handsome. I finished my lamp shade last night, but NOT while watching Horatio. Next time, I'd like to focus a little more on him and a little less on my stitching size.

ambrosia ananas said... [reply]

Oh, he's sooo beautiful. And I love the relationship he has with Cpt. P. It's so great to see them interact with each other like that. It's almost like a father-son thing, you know?

daltongirl said... [reply]

I'm fairly confident that blood tests are not necessary. Horatio respects women, remember? So no seaport trollops for him. I'm just sure of it. He would never. I think.

brad said... [reply]

What a hotty...but not as hot as Owen Wilson!

brad said... [reply]

Oh I forgot Pitt is my last name

CoolBoyH said... [reply]

oh poor daltongirl,
you obviously haven't read much of the Horatio Hornblower books. Although he didn't go for any sea-trollops, he did cheat on both his first and second wives with various women. The most random would be when he did it with some Russian dutchess that he hadn't talked to before. I guess promotion can go to a poor seafarer's head.

Nemesis said... [reply]

Okay, coolboyh. I am your sister and I love you, but you're gonna get it from me. Just imagine me stating your full name in tones of thunder and telling you that you will NOT say such things.

And anyway, the movie Horatio wouldn't do that. He's too pretty.

CoolBoyH said... [reply]

Yeah, i know EXACTLY what you mean, but there isn't much effect when it's posted on a message board.

daltongirl said... [reply]

I really wouldn't consider myself less fortunate for not having read many of the Horatio books. I started one and it was about the most boring thing I ever picked up. And an English degree has you reading some pret-ty boring stuff. So I guess I'll stick to the pure, pretty, and infinitely more interesting movie Horatio.

Anyway, the big H does seem to be cheating on you, nemesis, with the Invisible Woman, no less. So maybe he's not as pure as we think. Other cons to his new persona may be the loss of the sexy accent, although he appears to have been to the, um, salon (probably Vidal Sassoon) to have his hair done. One does not know what to think--or how to act.

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