Love advice from old movies


I’m in the middle of watching The Awful Truth with Cary Grant and Irene Dunn when out pops this nugget of wisdom from the mouth of Aunt Patsy (aka Cecil Cunningham)…

You know what rebound is? That business of trying to get over one love by bouncing into love with somebody else? It’s fine, except the rebound is rarely the real thing. As a matter of fact, it’s the bunk. There’s the first bounce, then the second bounce, and, well look at me. You wind up like an old tennis ball. Aunt Patsy, The Awful Truth (1937)

***DISCLOSURE: And despite what you might be thinking, I am not on the rebound.


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