As we are watching "Revolutionary Road," a movie like "The Hours" in that it shows suburban life as horrible, awful, souless, where the non-artists go to die and you! hey you watching the movie! your life stinks too because you're just one of those suburban drones and don't you wish you were ACTING! instead because then your life would have meaning and the only way out of this horrible awful life where you have kids and a nice house and a job is death.
I had to watch this movie to get SH to watch "Defiance." That's how it works in this house. One Kate Winslet, whom I don't mind but gah Leo DiCaprio annoys me, even though he is an excellent actor but he still looks 12 years old for one Daniel "there is no Bond but Daniel" Craig.
Anyhow. Kate has just said she doesn't care with whom Leo sleeps and he is upset that she doesn't care.
Me: I care who you sleep with.
SH: I know.
Me: It's OK for you to go out and sing without me, but that's not the same as sleeping with someone else.
SH: I know that.
Me: Does it bother you that I don't mind that you go out without me?
SH: No, but what about Stephanie [the roller derby girl] wanting me to meet her so we can sing together?
Me: That's OK.
SH: She's really hot.
Me: I know.
SH: You're not jealous?
Me: Are you kidding? I think she is gorgeous. She has a fabulous figure. And if you think she's gorgeous, well, you're married to me.
SH: She's just the kind I like -- she's thick.
Me: When you say that, you don't mean "thick" like "cankles" and stumpy legs, do you?
SH: No! She's not thin!
Me: No, she's got padding in all the right places.
SH: I know. She hugged me. But she hugged you, too.
Me: Yep. She felt pretty good.
SH: If she had hugged only me and ignored you, how would you feel about my meeting her to sing?
Me: That would be a No.