By Lauren ZebrowitzFourFourTwo – September 28, 2019This is part of a special series celebrating the 80s, where we take a look back at the year in culture and music that made us so young.
We love the 80’s.
In fact, we have a special love for it.
It’s the year of our favorite things: love, music, fashion, movies and movies.
We love it for its simplicity.
Its simplicity, the simplicity of a year where everything changed.
It was also the year when things like The Super Bowl and the NFL All-Star Game were created.
And we were young.
We loved to be on the couch with friends and watch movies.
I remember that we would spend the next week drinking and partying, and we would watch movies together in a circle.
I had this fantasy that I would be one of the guys on that couch with my friends and watching movies together.
And I did, and that was a real thing.
I’m not kidding.
I was so excited.
It was a dream come true.
Then I met this woman, and I was just completely lost.
I didn’t know what to do.
I thought she was so beautiful, so sexy.
And she was the one I wanted to be.
She was a model and actress and dancer and she had a beautiful smile on her face.
She had a great personality.
But what I was missing was that she had something more important to offer me: I wanted a relationship.
We had a few dates, and after about five dates, she called me and said, “You know, I’ve had this dream where you’re in love with me.
And you’re a model, you have a good voice, you’re good looking, and you can do this.”
I was like, “What?
And she said, “‘Cause I’m your best friend.
And my boyfriend says you’re beautiful.”
I was like…
And she went on and on about how much I loved her and how she made me feel special and beautiful.
And then she told me about this new thing I wanted her to do: She wanted to become a model.
So she went online and saw a photo of me and I looked at the picture and I said, ‘Oh my god, I’m going to marry her.’
“She had the camera and she started taking the photos and she was a very good photographer.
I went online to her Facebook page and she said she was ready.
She put me on her Instagram account and I had my first kiss.
We went on these dates, which was pretty fun.
And by the end of the year, I was married.
But I didn`t realize it until after the wedding.
I`m like, Oh my god!
We`re going to live happily ever after?
I just had to do it.
It`s a weird year.
We have a new president.
A new war.
A lot of different things happen.
I don`t even know what year it is anymore.
I feel like I`ve been stuck in the 1980s, which is really weird.
I think we were just young and crazy and full of fun.
I know there were a lot of things going on.
And now we`re old, and things are different, but we were all kind of stuck in our own little bubble, and it was just a little crazy.
We all got together on that day and started to party.
And one of us was so drunk, I remember I was trying to dance with him.
He was dancing with me and he was dancing behind me and it made me really, really drunk.
I swear, I went on for five or six drinks, and then I remember this woman standing there, and she looked at me and she says, “Oh my God!
You`re my boyfriend!
“I remember looking at her and thinking, “I don`re not supposed to say this, but this is my boyfriend.
“And then I went to her apartment and I took off my glasses.
And it just kind of happened.
I looked in the mirror and I saw my boyfriend, and my eyes met his eyes and we were married.
And then we moved to Los Angeles, and a couple of weeks later, we were in a meeting and I got up and I`d had a couple beers and I walked over to this guy and I hugged him and he looked at my face and I smiled and I thought, “Wow, I can do it!”
He said, “[My girlfriend] is really into me, and her family is really cool, and they`re so supportive of me.
They are very accepting of my lifestyle.
“And he said, [My girlfriend is] my best friend.”
We had that one date.
He gave me a hug, and he said the whole time, “Your best friend is my