I love your sleek, sexy stylings. I love your smooth aluminum finish. You are light, yet sturdy; small, yet powerful. You are all I could ever ask for in a computer. You get it done for me, but I must confess: I cheated on you.
Yes, it’s true–I cheated on you: with a netbook. An HP Mini 1000. She’s not as fast as you, dear MacBook, but she’s smaller, lighter, and dare I say, just as sexy. Where you are aluminum, she is black–dark, curvy, and light. And when I’m not doing heavy-duty tasks, she gets it done for me just fine. Yes, her Windows XP doesn’t hold a candle to the visual stylings of your Snow Leopard, but she meets my needs. I even upgraded her to two gigabytes of RAM, and have been toying with the notion of upgrading her to Windows 7. Time will tell if this happens.
MacBook, I’m not ready to give up on you; like Kody Brown, I love you both, and want to add Miss Mini to our lives. Are you ready for a sister-wife? What do you say?
Dear MacBook, I guess the only thing I can say is: it’s not you, it’s me. My life doesn’t feel complete without Miss Mini in it, too.