We, girls, and I’m not the first quote this, were probably created with a sense of humour. Sometimes we’re subtle and delicate like a breeze, other times we’re all wet cheeks and making a scene. We save ourselves for our Frog Prince, but ignore the fact that in the real world, it works the other way around. We are scientists, analyzing data via text messages and voice mails, or conducting experiments to test our boyfriends who may as well have been the closest approximate of an android/robot that our human existence has ever seen. We’re sometimes artists of the abstract when we try to have an intellectual conversation with our dogs/significant other, and philosophers when we become obsessed with “what if” scenarios. We’re mostly fatalistic and we have a better imagination than you do, so, dear God, that’s why we’re in need of a little bit of saving once in a while.
Stuart Murdoch is no God, but it’s enough.
Learn more about God Help the Girl here. (it’s like an american idol for women who may not be american.) The album is already available at HMV, and the movie will be released in 2010.
picture credits: http://www.belleandsebastian.it