Girl vs. Boy: This Short Bike Film Says it All.

Via on Oct 18, 2010

I can’t even begin to say how much I love this short film “Marry Me?” I came across it last week on Copenhagen Cycle Chic, and after passing it around to all of my friends, I still haven’t gotten tired of it. As a friend pointed out, it’s “a great testament to the patient power of girls and shortsighted stupidity of boys.”

Or, as I say, “what would you choose, the bike or the boy?”

Enjoy.

YouTube Preview Image

Facebook is in talks with major corporate media about pulling their content into FB, leaving other sites to wither or pay up if we want to connect with you, our readers. Want to stay connected before the curtain drops?
Sign up for our curated, quality newsletters below.


Incorrect source, offensive, or found a typo? Email us (please put title in subject bar of email so we'll be able to fix). Or do you want to write for Elephant?
{Waylon H. Lewis C Enterprises 2015: Use Rights in perpetuity. Ownership remains with author.}

About Anna Brones

Anna Brones is a writer, producer and the author of The Culinary Cyclist. She is also the founder and editor of Foodie Underground.

3,223 views

7 Responses to “Girl vs. Boy: This Short Bike Film Says it All.”

  1. fivefootwo says:

    Awesome!!

  2. Eric says:

    …moral of the story: avoid boys with mullets.

    :)

  3. Randall Smith says:

    highly reminiscent of a relationship I had with a wonderful woman….men take note…thanks for sharing.

  4. guest says:

    that is one great mullet! August, my boy would be thrilled to ride his sister's pink bike. he also had a thing for her pink nighties for awhile. he also likes skate boards, throwing things, and wrestling:))

  5. Love this. Keep on typing Anna !

  6. Fla says:

    I have to disagree a little with you. First, you are right on your point, no doubt about the chauvinism under the lines but I am disappointed more with the feeling that woman, in general, is more willing to modify herself, her habits and desires to "change" man and then receive a prize for that…a good relationship, in matter of fact no one change others, people don't change, we are what we are and one day it shows. Even when she choose to live the boy and go one with her bike, she spent a lot of time and energy trying to change his mind showing that if he change hiss mind he couldn't do the jump. I trully believe that we, man or woman, only "jump" for ourselves, for our own experience.

Leave a Reply