Carrie’s questions sometimes made no sense, but sometimes they spoke right to your heart. Which one do you need to answer in your life?
Spoiler: It’s not Berger.
No one has confirmed anything for sure. ::wink::
Let’s all go get drunk at Vogue.
I couldn’t help but wonder: Was Pete the dog really scared of Aidan?
And I couldn’t help but wonder … how much these actors changed.
Obviously Sex And The City’s best character.
“Absolut Hunk” is right, because he absolutely the only hunk for you.
No, I don’t want to be a “Carrie.”
“Hello, my name is Fabulous.”
A cosmo a day keeps the doctor away!
Sarah Jessica Parker told InStyle magazine “A part of me thinks there is one last chapter to tell” of the Sex and the City story. Here’s what’d we do to make third movie not suck.
You should be proud to be a Miranda!
The oldest and most sexually confident of the foursome in Sex and The City, Samantha Jones has the best life lessons.
How Carrie, Miranda, Samantha, and Charlotte artificially inflated my expectations of society and the road that lies ahead.
We need to have a conversation about rhinestone-studded bandanas.
And I couldn’t help but think… HAHA AOL.
She really did ask some really dumb questions in her SATC column.
Who knew Starfleet language was so dirty? If this premise isn’t a SyFy series by the end of the year, I’ll eat my hat.
Here’s your comprehensive guide to the overwhelmingly negative critical response to that new “Sex and the City” movie about the sands of time.
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