ReImaginings is a column for the modern American, like you, who enjoys participating in conversations about popular movies and television shows but just simply doesn’t have the time or resources to keep up with them all. Maybe you spend too much time in the office. Maybe your television is broken. Maybe you don’t have eyes or ears. Want to impress your friends by knowing a lot of things about a lot of things that matter? Then just read ReImaginings and this will happen.
“Maybe our girlfriends are our soul mates and guys are just people to have fun with.”
There is a television show called Sex and the City; it’s about a group of female horses roaming the streets of New York City looking to mate with stallions.
They are out of their element though. New York is a big city and all the good stallions are taken. But they find that the bonds they build with each other can fill those gaping empty holes in their lives.
Sex and the City is a show about horses turning to lesbianism to find warmth in this cold, cold world. 4 out of 8 thumbs up.
ReImaginings is a growing branch of You Won Cannes, founded and maintained by Alison Sundermier. You Won Cannes is an old stomping ground where lemmings gather to discuss the weather.