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When Harry met Sally, a sexy Middlesex escort

28th June 2012

You may have read the sad news this morning that Nora Ephron has died. The screen writer is probably best known for her nineteen eighty nine comedy ‘When Harry Met Sally”, a study of male/female relationships and infamous for the fake orgasm scene. How many girls haven’t imitated Meg Ryan, in the seclusion of their own bedrooms, and attempted to emulate the fake intense orgasm that the character performs in order to convince Harry that any woman could be faking an orgasm and he wouldn’t even know. Harry is mortified as he truly believes that he would know the difference but after Sally’s demonstration he realises otherwise.

The film teaches us much, much more than how to fake an orgasm though my busty escort friends at Middlesex escorts agreed with me that the orgasm moment is the funniest moment in a very funny movie. Personally I have never faked it as I find that I only need help the process along a little to ensure that I am fully satisfied though asking some of my blonde escort and brunette escort friends there were a couple who said that in a long term relationship they were tempted to pretend to keep a boyfriend happy!

The basic premise of the script is whether men and hot women can ever be friends. Whilst I have a lot of male friends, though some of them are gay, I know that most of them harbour a secret attraction to me. It’s understandable as obviously I do not provide intimate companionship on the basis that I am not a sexy girl! And I know that when I am friends with a guy I struggle to contain my feelings and an emotional attraction can soon translate into a physical one. So personally I am not convinced that men and women can really be friends unless they are in a sexual relationship together, otherwise that will always be the elephant in the room!

Nora also wrote “You’ve got Mail”, again with Meg Ryan in a starring role but it is ‘Harry…’ that she will always be most fondly remembered for. Who can forget the romantic ending where Harry realises that life just isn’t worth living without Sally and he runs halfway across Manhattan so that he can be with her as the clock strikes midnight on New Year’s? The depth of feeling that is displayed, the profundity of the experience, the realisation that journeying through life alone is unbearable and the irresistible yearning for another human being all combining in one of the most wonderful climaxes in cinema.

I might just try out that orgasm thing tonight but you know what, I will give the whole faking thing a miss, it will be the real thing or not at all!