Show me a beautiful girl and I’ll show you someone who is tired of fucking her.
– An “old saying” cited in The Cheater’s Guide to Love from This Is How You Lose Her by Junot Diaz, p.196
Junot Diaz calls it an old saying in his new book but moi never heard of this gem until a few moments ago.
Show me a beautiful girl and I’ll show you someone who is tired of fucking her, I suppose there’s a lot of depth to it.
But when talking about a woman, pretty or otherwise why are we forever plumbing depths. 😉
Getting back to topic, it’s hard to believe the voluptuous charms of beautiful dream-girls can fade for their possessors (yes, all female creatures are chattels of one male or the other despite all the gnashing of teeth of strapped-on feminists!).
At least to those who failed to snag the beautiful gal, the mere thought of her mons veneris losing appeal to its possessor is mortifying.
But true nevertheless!
Hell, you’d think no sane male would deny Ingrid ‘Casablanca‘ Bergman was the embodiment of perfection – God at his best – right?
Until I discovered that Ingrid’s husband, Italian film director Roberto Rossellini, was fucking some Indian broad, Sonali Dasgupta, in Calcutta in the 1950s.
Ultimately, Rossellini abandoned his famous Scandinavian wife for the warm embrace of an unknown tropical babe, who left behind her Bengali husband, the documentary film-maker Harisadhan Dasgupta, and eloped to Italy with her beau.
Having ogled at a few pictures of Sonali from her younger days, I will admit she did drip some strong pheromones.
But my Ingrid besotted mind shudders at the thought of this delicious angel being cast aside, even if it’s for a sexy Bengali babe.
How could anyone tire of fucking Ingrid?
Mon dieu, it’s like being tired of fucking living!
And then I googled the saying, Show me a beautiful girl and I’ll show you someone who is tired of fucking her.
The first result that popped out was the Halle Berry-Bruce Willis movie, Perfect Stranger (2007).
I glanced at a few more lines from the movie on IMDB and, hey, this movie looks interesting.
So expect me to watch Perfect Stranger in a couple of days and, maybe, even review it on the SI blog.