The 5 most beautifull people

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Johnny Thunder

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Who would be on your list? Heres mine!

Girls

1. Thandie Newton and Vivien Leigh -

2. Christina Agularia - You know, I know her music is crap but I dont care
3. Elizabeth Taylor a two hundred years ago when she was still beautifull and sane
4.Audrey Hepurn
5.Julie Christie

Boys
1.Morrissey between Viva hate and Your arsenal
2.Montgomery Clift
3.James Dean
4.Marlon Brando
5.Jude"please, die young!"Law
 
C

Cinderella

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I love me
I love me
I love me
I love me
I love me

...did I miss anyone?
 
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Ian

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> I love me
> I love me
> I love me
> I love me
> I love me

> ...did I miss anyone?
Yes, Me!
 
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Mimi

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> Yes, Me!

...and me! But here's my list anyway:

Blokes first (of course!):
1. George Clooney
2. Young Elvis
3. Morrissey around Viva Hate
4. Simon that bloke I used to peep at in school but never dared to chat up
5. Robert de Niro around Godfather II

Chicks:
1. Ava Gardner
2. Liz Taylor
3. Vivien Leigh
and in all honesty that's all I can think of right now....
 
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Suffer

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Yasmeen Ghauri
Milla Javovich
Sophie Marceau
Johnny Depp
S.P.M.
 
J

Johnny Thunder

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Re: The 5 most beautifull people part 2

Okay, well i've thought of others so here they are!

Boys and Girls:

The guy who played Saleem in East is East - forgot his name! He is also on Corantion Street
Fillipo Inzhagi from team italy

James Spader in Pretty in pink

Demi Moore

Nick Rhodes

Sarah Michelle Gellar

Halle Berry

Elizabeth Hurley - kind of big..but the better to take me over

Issabella Roselini casue she looks like me mum
Jeremy Irons cause he looks like pops

...okay now here is the real list hidden under layers and layers of conditoning...

1 Rodney Dangerfield
2 Rosanne
3 Erenst Borgnine Is he still alive?
4 Shelly Winters
5 Snoop Dog
 
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Cinderella

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Re: The 5 most beautiful people

seriously though...

David Boreanaz
Billy Zane
James Marsters
Tori Amos
Kate Bush (very, very, well rounded!)

they will do, for now.
 
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Cinderella

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Re: pleanty more fish on the beach...

Non famous people can be oh so pretty toooooo!

Hypothetical question...

Would it be wrong for a twenty three year old woman to seduce an eighteen year old boy?
 
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Mimi

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Re: pleanty more fish on the beach...

> Hypothetical question...

Of course.....

> Would it be wrong for a twenty three year old woman to seduce an
> eighteen year old boy?

What's wrong with seducing anyone????? Go for it!
 
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Cinderella

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Re: pleanty more pebbles in the sea...

> Go for it!

Oh dear, I didn't say it was meeeeeeee!

But in theory a boy toy could be fun, no?
 
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Mimi

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Re: pleanty more pebbles in the sea...

> Oh dear, I didn't say it was meeeeeeee!

> But in theory a boy toy could be fun, no?

Theory - how booooooring!
 
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Cinderella

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Re: Just a thought, but...

Say there did happen to be an eighteen year old. If your 'boyfriend' didn't phone you for a week, would it be OK to flirt?
 
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Mimi

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Re: Just a thought, but...

> Say there did happen to be an eighteen year old. If your
> 'boyfriend' didn't phone you for a week, would it be OK to
> flirt?

Yes it would. Brings spice back into the relationship aswell - guys like a bit of competition every now and again (though they'd never admit it!)... Primal instinct you know.

Not that I'd doubt your....errrr.....I mean that someone's choice or taste but isn't there someone a bit more mature around?? I dunno... I personally like them a bit older, mid-thirty-ish...... It's so easy to constantly surprise them by showing you can walk and talk by yourself and spell your name correctly etc. Also the competition factor would be more valid - the older, wiser, wealthier bull is more of a threat to the young steamy one!
 
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Cinderella

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Re: Just a thought, but...

Older men, what else can I say but dishlishy?! I've always been drawn to the older man too.

But at the end of the day your puddy cats are always best!

ps, why does being in love with someone feel like you're being gutted with a blunt knife?
 
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Mimi

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Re: Just a thought, but...

> Older men, what else can I say but dishlishy?! I've always been
> drawn to the older man too.

...purrpurr.....

> But at the end of the day your puddy cats are always best!

Oh but mine isn't with me it's at my Dad's place so I have to stick to the most obvious substitute! How else would I keep myself warm during these cold nights?

> ps, why does being in love with someone feel like you're being
> gutted with a blunt knife?

I wish I had a dead smart answer to that, but then I wouldn't be here would I?? I'd say it feels more like a hot iron burning scars into your heart though..... or a tight suffocating rope round it..... or a gigantic ice-cube....... That's if it remains unrequited, which is....most of the time.
 
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Cinderella

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Re: lolly pop, fuzzy end, tired of...

> ...purrpurr.....

> Oh but mine isn't with me it's at my Dad's place so I have to
> stick to the most obvious substitute! How else would I keep
> myself warm during these cold nights?

Poor, brave, yet resourceful you!

> I wish I had a dead smart answer to that, but then I wouldn't be
> here would I?? I'd say it feels more like a hot iron burning
> scars into your heart though..... or a tight suffocating rope
> round it..... or a gigantic ice-cube....... That's if it remains
> unrequited, which is....most of the time.

I think it's just possibly even worse(much, much worse) when you get all tangled up and involved with them...it feels like all of the air has gone out of the room and your throat is about to close up...marvellous! There is nothing quite like it!

Maybe that's why I like fighting so much? Gets all the tension out in a disciplined mannor...
 
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Mimi

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Re: lolly pop, fuzzy end, tired of...

> Poor, brave, yet resourceful you!

> I think it's just possibly even worse(much, much worse) when you
> get all tangled up and involved with them...it feels like all of
> the air has gone out of the room and your throat is about to
> close up...marvellous! There is nothing quite like it!

> Maybe that's why I like fighting so much? Gets all the tension
> out in a disciplined mannor...

Ooooaaarr what's happening, one minute we're here then we're there....scary..... You like fighting? Oh no.... I do a runner wherever there's a fight in sight. You've probably guessed that from my posts... See, that's why I avoid getting tangled up with someone, sooner or later you end up fighting or suffocating each other. I'm the peaslerveharmony type. But fair enough...
 
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Cinderella

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Re: clarifying...

> You like fighting? Oh no.... I do a runner wherever there's a fight > in sight.

In the face of a real fight I'd probably do the same...but training to fight is kinda different. Besides there's something oddly fun about fighting amicably...with people you like...also getting to kick and punch attractive young men can be fun too, after all you're bound to be doing some poor girl a favour!
 
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Mimi

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Re: clarifying...

> In the face of a real fight I'd probably do the same...but
> training to fight is kinda different. Besides there's something
> oddly fun about fighting amicably...with people you like...also
> getting to kick and punch attractive young men can be fun too,
> after all you're bound to be doing some poor girl a favour!

Yes but what if they punch BACK??? Ooohh nooooo....... And yelling - how horrible... I prefer "talking it over". With people I love, like or hate.
 
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Cinderella

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Re: flesh...

> Yes but what if they punch BACK??? Ooohh nooooo....... And
> yelling - how horrible... I prefer "talking it over".
> With people I love, like or hate.

They DO, that's half the fun of it! laughing...like holding a conversation about how the past week has been whilst kicking someone or being kicked etc...But then again thats where blocking comes into things...and getting all sweaty like that...is kinda sexy to me

Am I twisted?! No need to answer I already know. : )
 
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