Aside from that little detail, there were no further changes to be made and we were both extremely happy about the turnout of our legally binding contract.Upon the notarization of this contract, I expressed my happiness with what two people can do when they are happy and comfortable enough in their relationship to formally document their willingness to sleep with complete strangers provided they are famous.(See larger version here.) When I asked why, she told me that she didn't want her name tied to this and that I'm an idiot.
Someone cute, funny, seemingly quasi-attainable, Jewish... In this scenario, you're saying the offer would be, ‘I'm going to give you permission to sleep with a celebrity if the opportunity presents itself.’ In consideration for that, I guess there might have to be some sort of exchange of something of value." The "exchange of something of value" translates to how an employee exchanges a salary for work. Look, I’m aware that I function on a plane of existence that's in a hazy purgatory between fantasy and reality. I've never written a contract before, let alone a sex contract, but it's actually really easy!"I mean, consideration has a pretty broad definition," continues my lawyer, "so it can be a monetary consideration, [or] it can just be a promise not to do something, or a promise not to take some sort of action or a promise to take some sort of action." "Like breaking up? The fact is, any Tom, Dick, or Harry can write up a contract just as long as all the terms are laid out and both parties sign.Let's have sex at least once, you curvy Jewish minx.
What is there to learn about signing a sex contract that allows both parties to have a sweaty romp with an accomplished recording artist and actress, respectively? about signing your contract, but I wouldn't venture into that territory unless you were positive they wouldn’t freak out.Well, I know there's some kind of overarching lesson about communication here, but I don't know what it is. In conclusion, communication is important and -- Alison Brie -- I’m coming for you.