' (bad)'I'm going to this cool exhibition (or whatever) this weekend, come!
' (good)One is playful, assertive, confident and doesn't introduce doubt into their mind as to whether they would want to.
Perhaps you won't like all of it, but I'm pretty sure you'll love it anyway.
Now that we've seen the emancipation of Caitlyn Jenner this week, I think it's a good time to bring up the fact that I cannot get my parents to watch Transparent on Amazon.
Season two is 15, and seasons three through five are 13 each. Now that I think about it, there are actually plenty of story lines I don't like on .
This is probably the only show where my dad has needed a lot of convincing to watch.If I really like someone I tend to just tell them and get it over with.I'd rather know right then and there if they're going to run. Is there a right time to tell someone that I really like them or even that I'm falling for them?In fact, it is not even my least favorite story line of the series: That dubious achievement goes to how the show wrapped up Jason Street's story in season three.I never found it credible, and I do not care for it!The other (the first one) puts them in a spot where they really have to think about whether they're interested.Q: I have a bit of a 'problem' with forcing issues when it comes to dating.I felt like Coach and the Panther Boosters were often far more at odds than I could possibly care about. If you're anything like me and many of the people I know, this is a show that will bring you joy and happiness, an ambitiousness for your own sense of empathy, and something to aspire to in romantic relationships.Many of us reading your question feel very jealous that you get to experience the show for the first time.And if your folks like OITNB, they have at least some familiarity with trans characters and trans performers. Like no one can possibly still view this as an exercise in attempting to make genuine romantic connections. I find the whole Bachelor/Bachelorette franchise too weird and gross, and even more criminal than those things, unbelievably boring, so, no, I will not accept this rose, thank you very much. When we watch this caricature of dating, it's a lot easier to see what's "wrong" with people, even as we know all of it is deeply contrived. Plus, these shows provide some decent people-watching.So just call out the behavior in particular: "Wow, Dad, that's pretty transphobic." "Jeez, Dad, you're a progressive guy, do you get how transphobic that sounds? If the only reason you're not watching it is because you don't want to watch a show about someone transitioning, that's pretty messed up." And then move on to something else before anyone has time to get too riled up and defensive. If so, casually mention that it's one of the best new shows in years and years — special and smart and original, and something that stands up to repeated viewing. If there's anyone on the show that is reminiscent of someone in your life, drop that in, too: "There's a rabbi character who really reminds me of [whomever]," or "there's a whole scene at a college class that was a little too close for comfort." I'd also focus on getting him to watch the pilot in particular, not to agree to the whole series; "You could at least give it a try" often wins people over. " is a tougher sell than "You have half an hour, and I'll watch it with you! Once, when I was a kid, I really didn't want to go see Godspell, and I was being a super whiner about it. Now they just cast buffoons and set them in motion. See, she is too desperate, so of course she won't win. The show is more sanitary than The Real World, more respectable than Big Brother, less villainous than Survivor.