Jack: "I have to warn you. I've heard relationships based on intense experiences never work."
Annie: "OK, we'll have to base it on sex, then."
Jack: "Whatever you say, ma'am."
"Aww, it's love at first plot convenience!"
—The Cinema Snob, Heartbeeps
Another subplot involves one of the pilots in a supposed romance with an Italian woman. These are the scenes involving the two and again, I am not making this up. Scene one the pilot sees the woman from a few thousand feet up in a plane and they have love at first sight. Scene two the pilot finds the woman’s house and just makes himself at home despite never talking before. Scene three they fuck. Scene four he proposes to the girl. Keep in mind that these characters cannot speak to each other because he only speaks English and she only speaks Italian. So we are lead to believe that this couple has sprinted through the relationship course of meeting, fucking, and marrying within the span of a week without even talking to one another?
"Intentionally or not, the entire Sonichu/Rosechu relationship serves as Christian's model for how he presumes he will interact with his eventual sweetheart. Sonichu's attraction to Rosechu is based entirely on a single wayward glance. He makes no effort to win her affection, and indeed he does not need to as Rosechu falls for him simply because he exists. They are rarely out of one another's sight, and all of their time together is spent kissing, snuggling or screwing. Christian does not depict Rosechu as an unequal partner in the relationship, but since she has almost no purpose or existence outside of her association with Sonichu, the character essentially becomes an object for Sonichu to periodically come inside."
"He gets joined by a female sidekick who sweeps the Horrible Game Character Awards, taking 'Most Obviously Crowbarred-in Love Interest', 'Most Irritating', 'Least Useful to Gameplay', 'Least Necessary to Plot' and 'Lifetime Achievement'. Perhaps the crowning moment of her hideousness is when she nearly dies and the game forces you to press a button sequence in order to revive her with CPR — although the spiteful cow never actually dies, no matter how many times you deliberately fuck up."
The men play a very subordinate part by her side. You are consoled now and then by a hint that they have affairs, which keeps you in mind that the working-day business of the world is somehow being carried on, but ostensibly the final cause of their existence is that they may accompany the heroine on her "starring" expedition through life. They see her at a ball, and are dazzled; at a flower-show, and they are fascinated; on a riding excursion, and they are witched by her noble horsemanship; at church, and they are awed by the sweet solemnity of her demeanour.
"Harry, you amaze me," Hermione said as she looked at her husband with admiration.
Ansiedad has chosen who she wants to lose her virginity to. This is a character actually identified in the credits as Bad Boy (Richard Harmon). Attention, women! You should never sleep with a man whose only attribute is that you want to sleep with him. I should write a book of my own.