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i'd hit it: CAMERON DIAZ

first of all, I cannot WAIT to see this film. oh my god. if I was a teacher, you know this would be me. I don't think you understand how much.

also, in high school I was convinced I was going to get new boobs at some point, but I never did. anyway.

- Cameron Diaz is such a badass
- PHYLLIS FROM THE OFFICE  ("and you need two of them")
- Justin Timberlake plays the guy she likes! ha! that's cool the two of them remain on good terms all these years later. it's very Tony and Gwen, no?

also, Cameron Diaz is pushing 40 here. but hell:

let's face it, none of us will ever look that good. I mean I know she's probably had some work done but I WOULD HIT IT. hit it so hard your mother would feel it. yes:  your mother. that's also my subtle way to remind you Mother's Day is fast approaching.

who among us watched the Office where Michael Scott departed? I did- it's been growing on me again lately, doesn't suck as much as the last season- TEARS! especially that scene with Erin! I held them back. very excited to see Jim Carrey and James Spader and Will Arnett give the coveted boss role a try.

here's a song by Beck that plays during my Cameron fantasies:

and you know what? Beck gets an honorary I'D HIT IT because he's BECK.



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