I LOVE HALL AND OATES!! I’ve met them actually, and now the tour manager invites me to their concert every time they’re in town. I give good head.
LOL. Kidding, only kidding. I’m 20 years younger than any woman in the venue, of course they love me.
Here are my actual comments about “I Can’t Go For That”:
Isn’t it amazing how many times we say “I’d never…” or you think to yourself “that would never happen to me” when you’re talking to a friend in a sticky situation. And then, before you know it, there you are doing exactly what you said you would never do thinking “fuck me…”
Here’s my problem: I have fallen into the school of thought that even if something won’t have a happy ending (and you know that), at least it has a memorable journey. Then I can look back and say, it hurts now, but I had fun in the meantime and I’m glad to have had that experience. No, I’m not only referring to men. Think buyer’s remorse, feeling guilty after a big meal, or a long time friend you lost.
I don’t think I can go for this anymore. I’m putting up my defences again? That’s not fun. Maybe I should wait until 30 for that. If I survive that long :)
And finally, be hesitant of taking directions from a ghost. Tempting as they may be.