Looking Pretty To Watch Friends With Benefits

This weekend my sister and I opted in for some girl time and decided that Saturday night we were heading to the local theater to watch Friends With Benefits, now mind you the last movie my sister and I saw was No Strings Attached in the theater and based on the reviews I was a bit concerned the movies would be way too much alike that I wouldn’t like Friends with Benefits.

My sister and I got all dressed up and she straightened her hair. I realized I was getting all dressed up to go to a local movie only but sometimes girls just want to “feel pretty” and I was in a much needed “need to feel pretty” kind of mood. After my sister used my flat iron to get her hair all straight I decided to ask if she would straighten my long hair.

You see I am not a girl who likes to take long to get ready for anything and I thought flattening my hair was going to take at least two hours because I have a ton of thick, long hair, but it only took maybe a half hour or forty five minutes tops to flatten my mop of hair.

We headed out looking all pretty and visited my father for a quick minute at the farm and then we were off to see Friends with Benefits. I loved this movie so much, it was well worth my time. I found myself laughing, crying, relating and so much more. I truly loved Friends with Benefits and if you are a person who liked No Strings Attached or similar topics for movies then I suggest you at least give it a try even if you wait for the DVD to come out.

Have you seen Friends with Benefits yet?

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4 comments

  1. Zippy Sandlerz (2 comments) says:

    You too look so cute, what a great idea making it a fun girlfriend’s night out and getting all done up first. Love the idea and thanks for the tip on the movie.

  2. dramaqueensmum (52 comments) says:

    I haven’t been to the movies in years. Only to take my daughter to see Olivia. That doesn’t really count. I haven’t seen any movies at all in a long time.

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