I'm a little slow today. I just switched to Sanka. So...have a heart?

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Everyone hates Diane Keaton.

You guys know I hate Diane Keaton. So does everyone else. (So what if the following is taken slightly out of context?)

"Woody gives a funny little valentine
to 'Hall' of fame performer
They dated for years. He put her in seven of his pictures. But Monday night, at the Film Society of Lincoln Center tribute to her, Woody Allen said Diane Keaton isn't much to look at. "She's not beautiful in the conventional sense," the Woodman offered. "By conventional sense, I mean pleasing to the eye. With her black clothes, hat, sensible shoes, she always looks to me like the woman [in "A Streetcar Named Desire"] who comes to take Blanche Du Bois to the sanitarium." Fumbling for something nice to say, Allen allowed that Keaton is "punctual. And she's thrifty. And she has wonderful handwriting."

Hah.

6 Comments:

Blogger Hulles said...

Too funny! She's "punctual. And she's thrifty. And she has wonderful handwriting." I love it.

4:03 PM

 
Blogger Rootietoot said...

Gosh, I hope Sweet Daddio remembers me that way. "punctual, thrifty" my handwriting not so great but I can type 80 wpm.

4:17 AM

 
Anonymous Adrienne said...

I'm punctual and thrifty, but I have shite handwriting. Am I safe? Will you love me regardless?

9:01 AM

 
Blogger Hulles said...

If he won't, I will, as long as you don't look like Diane Keaton.

2:38 PM

 
Blogger Lollie said...

I'm punctual, thrifty and have a penchant for leather gloves and turtlenecks...good thing I live in Florida, else I'd be a Diane Keaton wannabe.

9:42 AM

 
Blogger SuperBee said...

Adrienne - I'll always love you.

Just in a different, less "penis-centric" way than Hulles will.

H - She doesn't look like that awful old hag, Diane Keaton.

Lollie - That's an oxymoron. No one WANTS to be Diane Keaton. Not even Diane Keaton. Can you imagine what it's like every day for her, to wake up and know she is who she is? Ghastly.

2:19 PM

 

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