GONE GIRL: Marriage is Creepy

3 août 2020
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Gone Girl - There's a little bit of Amy in all of us.
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Gone Girl's Amazing Amy is one of cinema's best villains. But this film isn't just commenting on her insane antics - it's saying something about all of us. Let's find out in this Wisecrack Edition on Gone Girl.

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Directed by: Michael Luxemburg
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Commentaires
  • I stopped watching at the "specially to women"...

    Matheus Doria De AraujoMatheus Doria De AraujoIl y a 10 heures
  • Sounds more like Jillian if your wondering

    MrPoizinMrPoizinIl y a 23 heures
  • At some point, I have figured out for myself that relationships fail when people have unmatching expectations on it. People not really describe what they mean when they want to become a couple. They asume how it should work and never say in out loud. Probably, most of expectations are coming from media and there is not much of diversity, actually. So most of people could never fit. I think, it's important to ponder and discuss what it means to you and your partner to be together but it's, honestly, a lot of work too. Openness and mindfulness are important for any interpersonal relationship, actually, then it could bring a far less damage to each participant.

    leorethleorethIl y a 2 jours
  • This video in a nutshell Making excuses for female behavior. Next!

    aldreato kaldreato kIl y a 2 jours
  • The tapestry says it all

    Carter LeeCarter LeeIl y a 2 jours
  • Helen reminds me of Hermione. Not Emma Watson but Hermione!

    cristine devi claudiacristine devi claudiaIl y a 3 jours
  • If you’re a guy:you hate her If you’re a girl: you hate him If you’re an adult: you hate them both

    Briana Harper0Briana Harper0Il y a 6 jours
  • nice work, Wisecrack .beautiful Telecaster on the wall. actress who plays Amy reminds me so much of Grace Kelly, it's amazing .now I love both of 'em.

    Tony MTony MIl y a 7 jours
  • Amy Dunne is hands down my favorite anti-hero. and i find her work ethic inspiring, i feel like a lazy bum reading about her and always want to be better (not kill people tho lol).

    Sarz93Sarz93Il y a 7 jours
  • i feel like the message of the movie is only getting more relevent with time tbh the way social media is pushing this naritive of the perfect life i think that would definately seep into real life relationships - why marry an average guy that you actually like when you have have the smart handsome guy that is charming and basically helps you look better to others, i actually know a couple who are so cute together but actually admitted to the wife (my friend) that it comes across a little too perfect and thats when i found out that he doesnt like other people knowing about any issues with their marriage and that he preferes they look like the perfect couple. and in a lot of ways they do have the cool girl/guy persona - shes likes what he likes and is always tied to his hip to the point where she will only make plans with friends if she knows he is doing something else, hes always nice and likes to go out doing new things that impress his circle of friends. theyre so cute when you first meet them - like a dream couple - but after reading the book and watching the movie and getting the inside scope of their marriage, its actually kinda creepy in a lot of ways, i wish them the best though but i hope they grow to learn to be more themselves and accept their own flaws in future. but still though - the fact that i actually know a couple that is like this when it seems like such an abstract idea 🤯🤯

    Sarz93Sarz93Il y a 7 jours
  • What do I think? Intimate, authentic romantic love is fully possible… in engag'd so I know **everything.**😂 --Sometimes cool sometimes not cool Gurl😎~☆

    jude anne's *the candor channel*jude anne's *the candor channel*Il y a 8 jours
  • Helen is really beautiful

    M AbdM AbdIl y a 8 jours
  • It's all a joke...don't drink the romance Kool aid

    Miriam MetzingerMiriam MetzingerIl y a 9 jours
  • Ok, I think that with the social obsession about romantic love, what we really love most is to take that narrative and twist it as far as possible without breaking it. I haven't seen Gone Girl. I love Ben Affleck, there are just too many movies out there and I tend to give my free time to whatever John Cusack has put in the pool. He's got a Amazon series that I'm not watching because I want to wait until it's done and binge. Which reminds me I still need to finish Supernatural. But what I was getting to about this video is it reminded me of Splendor in the Grass and Revolutionary Road. Deanie finds that Bud wasn't what she thought. But Bud is all jacked up because of his sister I think, she's "easy". And it's got him all screwy in the head about his role as a man and what that means sexually. They both end up with somebody else, which is a whole lot better than Frank and April. She should have just took her pregnant ass and the kids to Paris without him and he could fly over to visit until he found a job there. But nooooooo...they got to tell they friends that they movin and how great its gone be and bleh, bleh, bleh... I think sometimes the worst thing that happens to us is our friends. As Nick and Amy put on a show for other people, it's really because we start early teaching children that people have to like you. I said recently, all relationships are relationships. For some reason people like to just call romantic relationships relationships. But all relationships have a level of intimacy. The problem is we think the more we know a person, the less we like that person because there's something wrong with everybody. That's what the diet and entertainment industry has gifted our psyches. We have problems in our relationships because we pick the wrong people because we don't like ourselves. And then what we really want to think is that we don't fully like the other people because there's something wrong with them. And the reality is the only reason why there's something wrong with people is because life is just boring. Life is a series of standing in like and using the potty. So we look for people to entertain us while we're waiting in the hallway for the door to death to open. (I stole that image from the ending of Guinevere). But since all relationships are relationships, then there should be no reason why you can't enjoy what you have with all the people in your life. We get stuck like Freud. We get caught up on who can and cannot get poked. Remember when Facebook had pokes and you could send people drinks? The cat came in and I lost my train of thought. Mawrige... Mawrige is stupid. Take that back. Mawrige is overrated. It's just you and your roommate that you see naked. You have to pay for a party so that everybody you know knows who you slobber on so that they don't try to slobber on them. And then you spend the rest of your life paying bills and finding toenails. But all that's ok because you and everybody you know knows that you have somebody to approve of you. The bride price has been paid, or at least is being financed in the shape of a ring. And she changes how the world sees she makes her decisions by changing her crew and her last name. If people want that, that's fine. But it shouldn't be seen as a life goal. It shouldn't be a sacrament equal to the priesthood. You shouldn't have to register with the government. The president of the executive branch of the United States federal government shouldn't get a house. Our system doesn't work because we are off balance and power has gone unchecked. See, I learned from Simon Whistler, I think Simon said but it could have been Trae Crowder (doesn't he kinda look like Crowley) that you can make it so that some viewers are invisible on FRworld. They can watch your stuff and comment, but it goes nowhere. And they don't know it's happening. The thing is, the reason why we're so hooked on relationships is because somebody has got to be top dog. Just saying the president of the United States makes some people think that that job controls the country. And since that job has ALWAYS been held by a man, people think men are in charge. Therefore women need men because they can't survive. But this is all leftover from when we set up reverse communism and put all the women back on the farm, I mean in the kitchen. Mawrige gives us a feeling of purpose in life because that's what we've been programmed to do since before they swaddled us in our first pink or blue blanket. I think its the fact that we feel like we never make any of our own decisions is what makes us so crazy.

    Shani BlueShani BlueIl y a 13 jours
  • Not even kidding when I say this movie has said what I wanted to for my entire life. If "true love", that stuff you were fed in Disney movies, doesn't exist in an honest form, then it doesn't exist period. And that's why I'm not committing myself to a lifetime of acting for my partner.

    NerdicafulNerdicafulIl y a 19 jours
  • You guys would really appreciate the standup act Jigsaw with Danial Sloss. It really explores these ideas

    Courtney StewartCourtney StewartIl y a 21 jour
  • Amy is every Western woman. Beware.

    M JM JIl y a 22 jours
  • i'm a simple person, i see amy elliot ❤️ i click

    Shiroi NamidaShiroi NamidaIl y a 22 jours
  • We're not monagmous creatures but we are social individuals. Society has pressures us into believing that you have to find a person and stick through it for economics health forgoing sense and other relationships. So we bend ourself, compromise on our needs to fit this mold of what society tell you you're supposed to be.

    SammySammyIl y a 23 jours
  • I don't think his performance made her change her mind. I mean, what was her other plan?

    saxz99saxz99Il y a 23 jours
  • Anyone who is married more then 15 years knows that it becomes creepy at some point🤣🤣🤣

    MMChozaMMChozaIl y a 24 jours
  • Cheating is creepy

    Carol WambuiCarol WambuiIl y a 24 jours
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    ayu puspitaayu puspitaIl y a 24 jours
  • Reading some of the comments here? You people need therapy. Most especially the females who consider a cheating husband every bit as despicable as a murdering wife.

    Richard CollierRichard CollierIl y a 28 jours
  • I had not heard the ending until today... I am staying SINGLE GAY FOREVER thank you very much! XD

    Luis-Raul Diaz-RiosLuis-Raul Diaz-RiosIl y a 29 jours
  • for now I'm contented for the role of being Anonymous

    Federico Jimbo SmithsonFederico Jimbo SmithsonIl y a mois
  • I think it’s worth noting that Ben Affleck was in a very public and high-profile relationship with J Lo. They had to constantly perform for the cameras together, and he even acted in her music video (he later said he felt pressured by her to do it, and that he felt really stupid afterwards). Eventually, he cheated on her with younger women. You can kind of see his relationship with J Lo as his “gone girl” relationship - a toxic relationship in the public eye.

    Just Another Happy HumanistJust Another Happy HumanistIl y a mois
  • 7.5 minutes in and I'm detecting a bias from the professor here.

    Boots BusangBoots BusangIl y a mois
  • I anticipate being alone, just because I don't want to play that game. I used to when I was younger and it got my dumb ass nowhere.

    Candice WarrenCandice WarrenIl y a mois
  • When going through a divorce, I told my friends there was no reason to get married, except to have children. And there was no reason to have children. (I think my daughter agrees now that hers are teenagers.)

    Suzanne BerrySuzanne BerryIl y a mois
  • Nope, Love is Real... You can argue with a loved one, you can yell at a loved one, you can be angry, upset, disappointed and mad at a loved one. Sometimes, you can even hate a loved one. But it's a part of love, of relationships and of life. Love doesn't equal perfect, and it doesn't equal being happy all the time. Love is just love. And it's real.

    Doron BergerDoron BergerIl y a mois
  • Your perspective of the story make me want to watch it..

    basil rahmanbasil rahmanIl y a mois
  • I think what holds them together is interest, they met in an interesting way making funnof party guest blah blah they are married and they can’t hold on to that interest they get bored of each other, so he finds her predictable and boring cheats on her she sparks his interest again cause he never expected that from her and then again he will probably get bored in the future and they as a couple will go around killing people to keep it interesting.

    THE CHOSEN ONETHE CHOSEN ONEIl y a mois
  • god i love how the "cool girl " thing is something the feminists are running with. like... be yourself, if someone doesnt like it find someone else...... dont pretend to be something to get a guy then blame the guy because you eventually end up being something else........

    FleatoFleatoIl y a mois
    • no,,no? its nothing to do with feminism, its a movie trope, look it up.

      Linzzy TigerLinzzy TigerIl y a mois
  • Im gonna try to spark some debate, and say that this is a fucked up version of Love is War

    Please Reboot Kid IcarusPlease Reboot Kid IcarusIl y a mois
  • Is this a meta commentary on the Clintons 😅

    Christopher JordanChristopher JordanIl y a mois
  • i’m only 16 and the thought of marriage terrifies me. i don’t want to marry a guy that loves me until i get pregnant and gain 30 pounds and when reality hits we start complaining about food and bills then i become the annoying fat ugly wife, then he cheats on me with a young girl and when i find out i’ll get mad and be painted as the crazy wife. i think i’ll just live with my bestfriend forever until we die lmao

    sarahsarahIl y a mois
  • I really loved this book/movie because they were both terrible people, but it was just so interesting to read and watch them dance around each other

    cafeannacafeannaIl y a mois
  • This topic has been on my mind for a while now. The thing with marriage is that a 3rd party in involved, the government, corporations, and sometimes family, not just the two individuals. It is one of the biggest expectations to fulfill and yet something that seemed fulfilling is corrupted by that 3rd party. Instead of love keeping the relationship together, it is pressured to hold together by taxes, laws, consumerism, family and a bunch of other things that naturally come with marriage seamlessly. I am not saying marriage doesn't work because it can but when it doesn't there is a lot of senseless damage to come out of it. Of course there is nothing wrong with an artificial contract along with a big celebration symbolizing the love and commitment of two people, but when it can bring more problems than happiness it has to be examined especially when the outcome was not what was intended. But what is stopping anyone to just agree to be with another without making it official. Nothing. Marriage is so heavily pressured to the point where people believe it has to be done. There are those who take advantage of that, if not the 3rd party than one of or both partners. In any case, marriage does not usually benefit the couple, it benefits the 3rd party. It shouldn't be hard to believe that two people can be together for the rest of their lives without the ring. If anything it serves as a distraction from forming a functional relationship by believing there is a functional relationship.

    onthebay15onthebay15Il y a mois
  • The ultimate hypocritical irony about the Cool Girl speech is that Amy only wanted Nick to be the Cool Guy! She wanted Nick to love her unconditionally but wasn’t willing to do the same. Edit: Also, Nick becoming a slovenly “gamer and spender” was part of Amy’s fake diary entries. We discover Amy is an unreliable narrator, so we don’t know the extent of Nicks failures as a husband (except for cheating). But we DO find out, (in the book at least, I don’t recall if the line is said in the movie) that Amy spent years calling Nick boring and average and uninteresting to his face. Nick says as much to Amy after she returns home and she doesn’t deny it, and it’s corroborated by three past lovers/friends in the book: that Amy loses interest when you stop being “perfect,” the same gripe she has towards men. I’d call that emotional abuse, wouldn’t you? Nick’s sin is domestic and pedestrian. Amy’s sin is fucking psychotic.

    Josh MillerJosh MillerIl y a mois
  • Nah, that woman is bat shit crazy

    Jose Elías PallaresJose Elías PallaresIl y a mois
  • Uhmm NO! "women be crazy" sounds about right

    Emmanuel BazimyaEmmanuel BazimyaIl y a mois
  • I thought she was pregnant by dezi collings( Neil Patrick harris)

    onecallaway420onecallaway420Il y a mois
  • Since she asked in the end: Am I projecting? Yes. Yes, you are. Not involving other people in your personal drama when in a public place is not really playing a role, it is basic human decency and just polite. I am not performing my relationship in front of anybody, and especially not in front of my boyfriend. I am the way I am and he is the way he is and we're having honest and thruthful conversations. If he doesn't feel like going somewhere with me, I don't urge him to just because I need to put on a couple act. I find it redicolous. But maybe this is a cultural thing in the U.S? I am from Germany and if this was true and so many people put on a show, this would just be sad.

    Anne MehlfeldAnne MehlfeldIl y a mois
  • I first watched this movie when it was out and i hated Amy. Then I rewatched it last year and I like the couple very much and I think they deserve each other. 🤦

    Nipuna WeerasekaraNipuna WeerasekaraIl y a mois
  • 20:00 Even with cats I experience a similar dynamic

    QwertyQwertyIl y a mois
  • Are all relationships eventually like this? Or is it just me who's experiencing something similar?

    QwertyQwertyIl y a mois
  • So marriage is just an act that began with romance, sounds fair.

    Kevin SamuelKevin SamuelIl y a mois
  • Woe to the child that is born to this couple.

    Tim AndrusTim AndrusIl y a mois
  • Dating is easy. You find someone you can be yourself around. You find someone you don't have to pretend with. That's who you date.

    Nugget DojaNugget DojaIl y a mois
  • lol nick and amy are exactly the same person, she's just smarter

    mukul.mukul.Il y a mois
  • Remember not to play a role in your romantic relationships, y'all. Be true to yourselves and find joy in the necessary tedium of domesticity. Always hold yourself to a higher standard than you think you can. Take care of yourself so you can show up for the other. ♥️💗This movie was sad because it is very accurate in portraying the dishonesty that we weaponize to get what we think we want, only to find we are letting someone down while also being let down ourselves. Don't be afraid to be boring and average. Life can be boring and average. And that's okay.

    nectarshrubnectarshrubIl y a mois
  • I remember watching Gone Girl was one of the only films I’ve ever watched that made me viscerally angry, kudos to the writing directing and performances for making me feel hatred for a fictional woman

    Andrew CromptonAndrew CromptonIl y a mois
  • I think you should have referenced the fact that Amy's parents exploited and emotionally abused her as a child

    bouncyshakbouncyshakIl y a mois
  • Get you a girl who farts in front of you. Chances are she's not playing the cool girl role

    Aaron CRGAaron CRGIl y a mois
  • I like your conclusion, but it feels very pessimistic. I basicallg left the video thinking "Well whats the point of dating anyone at all, then?"

    SardonixSardonixIl y a mois
  • Crap, I just got married tomorrow

    Vape Naysh RepresentVape Naysh RepresentIl y a mois
    • Wate what? Do you mean getting?

      An 8 strength koboldAn 8 strength koboldIl y a mois
  • I do think romantic love deforms people, so much of our desires are put into one conceptualized form of relationships with pre-set standarts.

    666 009666 009Il y a mois
  • women do everything but leave: The movie

    the validity channelthe validity channelIl y a mois
  • It’s just fight club but more blue

    darktennisballdarktennisballIl y a mois
  • this video should just be called: relationship advice

    Isabel okIsabel okIl y a mois
  • Nick was a shitty man child, but Amy's response, instead of exiting the relationship (which would have been healthy), is psychotic and extremely abusive. No, definitely don't "respect the hustle".

    Gene QuistGene QuistIl y a mois
  • This movie was a masterpiece

    Debasmita NandyDebasmita NandyIl y a mois
  • Ridiculously overdone/overexpessive body language and facial expressions seems to be a common trait of all the wisecrackers

    Kevin DeeganKevin DeeganIl y a mois
  • One critique. As we get older or move in position we constantly revaluate our situation as individuals and as such, we move honestly to our (true) character. So this movie is a accurate, albeit extreme and extremely slow, evolution towards co-habitual honesty. Where our performance (any exertions to achieve a task) matches maintainability (the optimal range of performance needed by both partners).

    Eric BadeEric BadeIl y a mois
  • Economic insecurity. ...

    Vicky OVicky OIl y a 2 mois
  • Thank you wisecrack crew, I read the book and hated the later half of it, after this video I like it way better

    Henrique SilvaHenrique SilvaIl y a 2 mois
  • btw, yes of course we change, but we do anyway. wether we have a partner or not. best-case-scenario is when they empower each other, believe in each other, cheer each other up and just like to hang out together even if nothing's happening except everyday-routine-boredom. the presence of the s.o. will still spark joy in one another

    ichsehnursoausichsehnursoausIl y a 2 mois
  • my god, that's the best friend of rory gilmore! how fitting this role is to the former role of paris whatshername!

    ichsehnursoausichsehnursoausIl y a 2 mois
  • I see Amy as untapped potential of every women in earth .

    JOHAN LIEBERTJOHAN LIEBERTIl y a 2 mois
  • Hi, Hermione!

    Zabi_akaZabi_akaIl y a 2 mois
  • It doesn't seem to me like shes an antihero... Maybe if her circumstances were worse but she already seemed unstable and she starts killing people. He at most just wants to protect himself. Yeah maybe he cheated, which isnt a good thing, but I don't think that insights murder. He becomes abusive later but after she murders someone, tries to frame, then blackmail him with a baby. Sorry but what he did to her in the movie is light work to what I think would happen in real life. IRL, the guy probably would have killed her from a psychotic break after finding out shes a murderer and extremely psychotic. Hes just a depressed, dumb fuck

    Yung_wiseYung_wiseIl y a 2 mois
  • Funny a lot of what was mentioned me n my significant other discussed/debated even take sides and distancing ourselves frm certain things critiquing what we saw/related

    Najeek GreenNajeek GreenIl y a 2 mois
  • Good video 👍👍! As a horror fan and fellow FRworldr, I am contantly searching for creative ideas!

    Walking Dead NowWalking Dead NowIl y a 2 mois
  • I love the crane shot when she comes home. It just shows that it is all a show

    sanitorzsanitorzIl y a 2 mois
  • Their kid is going to have serious problems. That poor child..

    Potato owoPotato owoIl y a 2 mois
  • I’d like to think that I’m a pretty introspective person. I’m often thinking about who I am and what I can do to improve. I’d like to think that, in doing so, I am a much more self-aware person that can make an active effort to improve my interactions with other people and the world. It’s not as though I’m putting on an act, but rather, I’m still trying to figure it out and make improvements as I go along. Given all of this, I hope you’ll believe me when I say: I honestly don’t see myself in this movie at all. I’m not manipulative, and I don’t try to be someone I’m not. I’m just me and when I find the right person, that’s all I want to be.

    NunsenseStudios2110NunsenseStudios2110Il y a 2 mois
  • Wisecrack... who hurt you? Do you need a hug? Some chocolate? 😢❤️

    NunsenseStudios2110NunsenseStudios2110Il y a 2 mois
  • Interesting.

    Jem LeavJem LeavIl y a 2 mois
  • I know you're saying loooooots of words, but all I hear is, "Ben Affleck's chin."

    Patrick AndersonPatrick AndersonIl y a 2 mois
  • Well these overliberal use of "we've all" done this is a bit much.

    Jennifer ThimellJennifer ThimellIl y a 2 mois
  • :)

    GrumpyCupcakeGrumpyCupcakeIl y a 2 mois
  • Why does a movie have to say this is all women, all men, and all marriages? Maybe it's a story about one woman, one man, and one marriage. If anything it demonstrates the shortcomings of pretending to be someone you're not.

    Amanda CecilAmanda CecilIl y a 2 mois
  • Interesting that sociopaths like Amy are referred to as wearing masks to hide the sociopathy while we, like nick, either subconsciously or are pressured into wearing our own masks that we present to fit into our own world

    Anna GAnna GIl y a 2 mois
  • The only 'Gone Girl' review that matters: frworld.info/net/vid-o/ln6geamUrWPDzow

    Paolo CarreteroPaolo CarreteroIl y a 2 mois
  • This movie should’ve been called “Arrogant Married White People”

    D. McElroyD. McElroyIl y a 2 mois
    • No it should be called "99% of relationships slightly exaggerated"

      Moe BerakMoe BerakIl y a 2 mois
  • I'm so glad I didn't watch this movie

    saltygrasshoppersaltygrasshopperIl y a 2 mois
  • But if we both instinctively know this is a "performance" and we carry on with it...isn't this some natural biological imprint for mating? We are indeed primates no? Don't other primates and animals engage in some kind of "play' that signifies interest? At least we do not get to literally devour our mating partners after sex. Figuratively , we do devour our partners during marriage and/or by having children. All in all ...it all does not matter in the end, in a billion years we will be extinct. The sun would have probably swallowed this planet and all essence of life in these neck of the woods would have been eradicated into nothingness. So sleep, eat, shit easy; life is but a ride, not a destination.

    Mourner LisaMourner LisaIl y a 2 mois
  • Love the only person that will never betray you. And I don't mean parents, children or pets.

    SaintCergueSaintCergueIl y a 2 mois
  • I love how smart the analysis of character on this channel is. But I can't help but feel an underlying sense of cynicism dripping off it.

    Taco1011Taco1011Il y a 2 mois
  • The conclusions people come up with to justify keeping their selfish lives.

    T KT KIl y a 2 mois
  • I think this makes me happy I'm single and that having no filter is a good thing.

    Matt BoydMatt BoydIl y a 2 mois
  • Great! I can send this video to my mom every time she asked why I’m not married.

    PaperismPaperismIl y a 2 mois
  • The way media & social media supports any crazy woman when she can lie about anything when a relationship is over, is all that this movie show to us.

    Seto MonteiroSeto MonteiroIl y a 2 mois
    • Exactly. Just look at Johnny Depp's case.

      bruce bannerbruce bannerIl y a 2 mois
  • Amy has a twinge of bitterness as a presenter in most of the videos I've seen with her. The ending "am I projecting" crack specifically comes to mind. It's not unfunny or anything, but none of the other presenters seem to bring their own lives and experiences to the table as presenters. It's a little painful sometimes, but I think just because it seems like a character break. The irony...

    Jesser99Jesser99Il y a 2 mois
  • Or the cyclical nature brought about by poor parenting. Her parents wrote about her life as if they had the perfect family and the dog but those never existed. Now she is repeating the same act that her parents taught her

    Still PendingStill PendingIl y a 2 mois
  • So, can any of you explain how to have a long, successful relationship without misdirection or having to act?!

    Vampwatch1462Vampwatch1462Il y a 2 mois
  • I watched this with a girl who basically said “wow, that’s a good idea” after she saw what Amy did

    Lukas KonradLukas KonradIl y a 2 mois
    • if shes not a high strung type A personality then i wouldnt worry to much lol

      Sarz93Sarz93Il y a 7 jours
    • *RUN* !!!

      _ExIsTeNtIaL _CrIsIs101_ExIsTeNtIaL _CrIsIs101Il y a mois
  • I think this is more an indictment of the public manifestations of the very social institution of marriage, rather than romantic relationships per se. Marriage has never been singularly for two people. It has always been for the couple and for society.

    NotYowBusinessNotYowBusinessIl y a 2 mois
  • More social commentary, smh...

    Shirley TimpleShirley TimpleIl y a 2 mois
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