Tuesday, May 27, 2008
The New York Post reports that a woman in Singapore shelled out $22,000 for what she thought was a package deal to come to New York and see the Sex and the City movie, go shopping, and hang out at Soho House and other exclusive places in Manhattan. Then she got scammed and her money was lost and she got nothing. The deal was bogus. Ok, sorry about that dear, you’re kind of an idiot for wanting to spend that much money on one inane trip and doing it through like ebay but you know, whatever.
I have a couple of questions about this story: Why does the sub-headline say she spent 19,000 dollars and the article say 22,000? Which is it? I am FAR too confused about these details and I simply shouldn’t be. I shouldn’t be.
Secondly, the headline itself “That’s Sex-ual Stealing” : flat out genius.
My overall question about the Sex and the City movie remains, however, WHY is New York City yet to see the film when it appears to have been released in every god damned city in the universe first? Secondly, just because they got a full brass band and orchestra to play the theme music to it doesn’t mean it’ll be anything more than one long episode. I mean, everyone knows someone dies but really…is it really going to be that amazing?
I’m totally going to see it on Friday. Here's the trailer: