Based on the bestselling book by Candace Bushnell, Sex and the City tells the story of four best friends, all single and in their late thirties, as they pursue their careers and talk about their sex lives, all while trying to survive the New York social s This page was created by our editors, Jim Goad and Kendra Syrdal. Each page is manually curated, researched, collected, and issued by our staff writers.
Post a Comment. Pages Beranda. Year after year, something women come to New York City in search for two L's:.
Carrie Bradshaw: "Twenty years ago, I was one of them. Having got the knack for labels early I concentrated on my search for Love.
And even though the series may have come to an end more than a decade ago, there are actually quite a few quotes from Sex and the City that are still just as amazing today as they were 13 years ago. Fans can certainly attest to the fact that there was so much to be learned from this fearless foursome of ladies who unknowingly helped to shape many of us into the multifaceted human beings that we have become today. From the shocking tidbits about sex, to the ups and downs of love, and the do's and don'ts of fashionSex and the City always gave us life — raw, uncut, and unfiltered.
Sex and the City gave us some of the best quotes about fashion, sex, love and friendship. I will literally be the old woman who lived in her shoes! Charlotte is the brunette, Miranda is the redhead, and Samantha is trouble.
Samantha: 'I don't get laid, unless the Knicks win. Can I just say? They and I have been on a very long losing streak.
It wasn't just because she amused us with her sexual escapades or her willingness and even preference to remain single. In all her hilarious one-liners about sexshe also brought a certain wisdom when it came to sex, dating, and even sometimes love as much as she tried to avoid the "motherfucker". Resonating deeply with my singledom, Samantha is hands down one of my favorite and most real characters on the show.
Carrie Bradshaw: And we were dressed from head to toe in love Miranda Hobbes: [at a bar, drinking Cosmopolitans] Why did we ever stop drinking these? Samantha Jones: I can't color enough, I would color all day every day If I had my way, I would use every crayon in my box. Samantha Jones: I feel the same way as you feel about Botox.
Crazy, right? SATC was a game-changer and not just when it came to evocative television programming and strong female characters. It also had a big impact on culture and language, which is particularly fitting since Carrie was a writer.
Those oft spoken "Sex and the City" questions, asked in soothing voice-over by New York Star dating columnist Carrie Bradshaw, have in recent years become the target of hilarious memes and "I-can't-believe-she-said-that" quipscomplete with an eye-roll. But let's not pretend Carrie, played by Sarah Jessica Parker, who wrote about her stalled dating life and the lives of her three best friends, didn't have some solid dating gems. Unlike its small screen predecessors before them, like "The Golden Girls" and "Designing Women," Darren Star's comedy was a more unsanitized version of what women were really talking about in the '90s over cosmopolitans.