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Re: Looks and firm life

Postby jmhendri » Sat Jun 05, 2010 7:03 pm

There is something about her that reminds me of a corpse. HER EYES ARE EMPTY!

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Re: Looks and firm life

Postby mallard » Sat Jun 05, 2010 7:04 pm

jmhendri wrote:There is something about her that reminds me of a corpse. HER EYES ARE EMPTY!


Now that you mention it, she is looking pretty appealing.

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Re: Looks and firm life

Postby James Bond » Sat Jun 05, 2010 7:05 pm

jmhendri wrote:
James Bond wrote:Nonsense. She makes idiotic comments and I'd ridicule her posts and acne. Now she might get love in BP or something, and granted she's more attractive than the average person, but that doesn't make her "hot"



... dude, you were a TD fan. Comments don't get more idiotic.


Yes because not being in the TD lynch mob obviously means I did nothing but fawn over her :roll:

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Re: Looks and firm life

Postby James Bond » Sat Jun 05, 2010 7:06 pm

A'nold wrote:Yeah, she's average at best. :roll: I still don't think she is the hottest thing ever, but you are retarded if you don't think she is at least really good looking.

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She looks fake as shit. Maybe I've been around too many sorority girls that I'm just burnt out on that, but she's an 8 at best and a lot lower at her worst.

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Re: Looks and firm life

Postby Flanker1067 » Sat Jun 05, 2010 7:08 pm

ITT: People realize that opinions differ, then argue about them.

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Re: Looks and firm life

Postby mallard » Sat Jun 05, 2010 7:09 pm

Flanker1067 wrote:ITT: People realize that opinions differ, then argue about them.


You're going to despise law.

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Re: Looks and firm life

Postby Flanker1067 » Sat Jun 05, 2010 7:09 pm

mallard wrote:
Flanker1067 wrote:ITT: People realize that opinions differ, then argue about them.


You're going to despise law.


Opinion.

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Re: Looks and firm life

Postby James Bond » Sat Jun 05, 2010 7:10 pm

Flanker1067 wrote:ITT: People realize that opinions differ, then argue about them.


Megan Fox is on my list of things that I cannot stand, along with Philadelphia, fat people, and sweet potatoes/yams.

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Re: Looks and firm life

Postby jmhendri » Sat Jun 05, 2010 7:11 pm

James Bond wrote:
jmhendri wrote:
James Bond wrote:Nonsense. She makes idiotic comments and I'd ridicule her posts and acne. Now she might get love in BP or something, and granted she's more attractive than the average person, but that doesn't make her "hot"



... dude, you were a TD fan. Comments don't get more idiotic.


Yes because not being in the TD lynch mob obviously means I did nothing but fawn over her :roll:


Meh, I just suspect that your lack of disdain came from an admiration of her solid 6.5 selftars.

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Re: Looks and firm life

Postby James Bond » Sat Jun 05, 2010 7:12 pm

jmhendri wrote:
James Bond wrote:
jmhendri wrote:... dude, you were a TD fan. Comments don't get more idiotic.


Yes because not being in the TD lynch mob obviously means I did nothing but fawn over her :roll:


Meh, I just suspect that your lack of disdain came from an admiration of her solid 6.5 selftars.


Nope. Couldn't care less. She was always nice to me, that is all. Some of us here, surprising as it may seem, don't cream their pants at the mere idea of a woman online

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Re: Looks and firm life

Postby A'nold » Sat Jun 05, 2010 7:13 pm

I'm with you guys that she is not drop dead gorgeous but everyone kept bringing up all this talk about "average." Maybe where you guys are from (Sweeden or something?) Megan Fox would be butt ugly but if I saw her walking down the street in, say, Seattle, I'd definitely take a second/third look.

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Re: Looks and firm life

Postby James Bond » Sat Jun 05, 2010 7:15 pm

A'nold wrote:I'm with you guys that she is not drop dead gorgeous but everyone kept bringing up all this talk about "average." Maybe where you guys are from (Sweeden or something?) Megan Fox would be butt ugly but if I saw her walking down the street in, say, Seattle, I'd definitely take a second/third look.


At first glance she'd be cute. Maybe. Closer inspection would prove otherwise

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Re: Looks and firm life

Postby Renzo » Sat Jun 05, 2010 7:17 pm

A'nold wrote:I'm with you guys that she is not drop dead gorgeous but everyone kept bringing up all this talk about "average." Maybe where you guys are from (Sweeden or something?) Megan Fox would be butt ugly but if I saw her walking down the street in, say, Seattle, I'd definitely take a second/third look.

I think average is generous. From the neck down, she's better than average but not great. From the neck up she borders on deformed. So if you average her, you get "average"

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Re: Looks and firm life

Postby Stringer Bell » Sat Jun 05, 2010 7:20 pm

So this thread is now trying to establish whether or not Megan Fox is hot? That's kind of funny, but go ahead and mark me down as a "yes".

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Re: Looks and firm life

Postby Rikkugrrl » Sat Jun 05, 2010 7:31 pm

*giggle* This thread reminds me of the episode of Smallville where Lana complains that her beauty is a curse. Right up there with winning the lottery and telling people you're scared you'll be treated differently now that you're rich beyond their wildest dreams. Legitimate fear, but not one that's going to get a very positive response.

I'm a sucker for fashion questions though, so I'll bite. What skirt you can wear depends on your body shape, not your height. I'm short, but an abnormal proportion of my height is in my legs. If you have long legs, you're probably going to have to either size up in skirts and have them tailored, or stick to longer skirts (knee length). As far as length goes, an inch above the knee is fine, three is pushing it, especially if they're tight. Remember, you have to sit down at some point, and no matter how well it's made, your skirt will inevitably hike up.

That said, personally I think conservative clothing is more flattering. Yeah people will take you more seriously, but it also looks more attractive. Clothing that's too tight or too short tends to make you look fatter and shorter, even if you're not. I think you're mistaking covered up for fuddy duddy. There are a couple stores I can direct you to that are great for business casual environments. If your workplace is more formal and requires suits, don't avoid them just because all the ones in the store will be too big. Tailors can work miracles for small ladies. I used to wear the stuff you're talking about in high school and comparing photos between then and now, I think I look a lot better now. I don't think I've worn any short skirts or low cut v-necks since high school. High school being the key words. You don't want people to see you as the "hot sixteen year old?" Sixteen year olds wear minis. No minis for you. Shoes, on the other hand, can still be high heeled and strappy and sexy, as long as there's little to no toe cleavage (right up there with chest cleavage as an office no no).

Prolly too much info already, so I'll sum up: "Anything you can wear to 'da club' is not something you can wear to 'da office.'" :P

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Re: Looks and firm life

Postby Renzo » Sat Jun 05, 2010 7:34 pm

Rikkugrrl wrote:*giggle* This thread reminds me of the episode of Smallville where Lana complains that her beauty is a curse. Right up there with winning the lottery and telling people you're scared you'll be treated differently now that you're rich beyond their wildest dreams. Legitimate fear, but not one that's going to get a very positive response.

I'm a sucker for fashion questions though, so I'll bite. What skirt you can wear depends on your body shape, not your height. I'm short, but an abnormal proportion of my height is in my legs. If you have long legs, you're probably going to have to either size up in skirts and have them tailored, or stick to longer skirts (knee length). As far as length goes, an inch above the knee is fine, three is pushing it, especially if they're tight. Remember, you have to sit down at some point, and no matter how well it's made, your skirt will inevitably hike up.

That said, personally I think conservative clothing is more flattering. Yeah people will take you more seriously, but it also looks more attractive. Clothing that's too tight or too short tends to make you look fatter and shorter, even if you're not. I think you're mistaking covered up for fuddy duddy. There are a couple stores I can direct you to that are great for business casual environments. If your workplace is more formal and requires suits, don't avoid them just because all the ones in the store will be too big. Tailors can work miracles for small ladies. I used to wear the stuff you're talking about in high school and comparing photos between then and now, I think I look a lot better now. I don't think I've worn any short skirts or low cut v-necks since high school. High school being the key words. You don't want people to see you as the "hot sixteen year old?" Sixteen year olds wear minis. No minis for you. Shoes, on the other hand, can still be high heeled and strappy and sexy, as long as there's little to no toe cleavage (right up there with chest cleavage as an office no no).

Prolly too much info already, so I'll sum up: "Anything you can wear to 'da club' is not something you can wear to 'da office.'" :P


Soooo... Does that mean you do find Megan Fox hot?

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Re: Looks and firm life

Postby Rikkugrrl » Sat Jun 05, 2010 7:35 pm

Renzo wrote:
Rikkugrrl wrote:*giggle* This thread reminds me of the episode of Smallville where Lana complains that her beauty is a curse. Right up there with winning the lottery and telling people you're scared you'll be treated differently now that you're rich beyond their wildest dreams. Legitimate fear, but not one that's going to get a very positive response.

I'm a sucker for fashion questions though, so I'll bite. What skirt you can wear depends on your body shape, not your height. I'm short, but an abnormal proportion of my height is in my legs. If you have long legs, you're probably going to have to either size up in skirts and have them tailored, or stick to longer skirts (knee length). As far as length goes, an inch above the knee is fine, three is pushing it, especially if they're tight. Remember, you have to sit down at some point, and no matter how well it's made, your skirt will inevitably hike up.

That said, personally I think conservative clothing is more flattering. Yeah people will take you more seriously, but it also looks more attractive. Clothing that's too tight or too short tends to make you look fatter and shorter, even if you're not. I think you're mistaking covered up for fuddy duddy. There are a couple stores I can direct you to that are great for business casual environments. If your workplace is more formal and requires suits, don't avoid them just because all the ones in the store will be too big. Tailors can work miracles for small ladies. I used to wear the stuff you're talking about in high school and comparing photos between then and now, I think I look a lot better now. I don't think I've worn any short skirts or low cut v-necks since high school. High school being the key words. You don't want people to see you as the "hot sixteen year old?" Sixteen year olds wear minis. No minis for you. Shoes, on the other hand, can still be high heeled and strappy and sexy, as long as there's little to no toe cleavage (right up there with chest cleavage as an office no no).

Prolly too much info already, so I'll sum up: "Anything you can wear to 'da club' is not something you can wear to 'da office.'" :P


Soooo... Does that mean you do find Megan Fox hot?


Whoops, off topic now I guess :P. I didn't read the Megan Fox debate. I think I wouldn't like to be alone with her in the dark alley that Batman's parents were killed in. She has a serial killer face.

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Re: Looks and firm life

Postby A'nold » Sat Jun 05, 2010 7:37 pm

Renzo wrote:
A'nold wrote:I'm with you guys that she is not drop dead gorgeous but everyone kept bringing up all this talk about "average." Maybe where you guys are from (Sweeden or something?) Megan Fox would be butt ugly but if I saw her walking down the street in, say, Seattle, I'd definitely take a second/third look.

I think average is generous. From the neck down, she's better than average but not great. From the neck up she borders on deformed. So if you average her, you get "average"


Bullshit. 8)

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Re: Looks and firm life

Postby Renzo » Sat Jun 05, 2010 7:37 pm

Rikkugrrl wrote:
Renzo wrote:Soooo... Does that mean you do find Megan Fox hot?

She has a serial killer face.

Yep. Thanks.

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Re: Looks and firm life

Postby seespotrun » Mon Jun 07, 2010 9:58 pm

James Bond wrote:
Flanker1067 wrote:ITT: People realize that opinions differ, then argue about them.


Megan Fox is on my list of things that I cannot stand, along with Philadelphia, fat people, and sweet potatoes/yams.

Bond, I've always enjoyed your posts until now. I declare you my mortal enemy.

1) I'd sex Megan Fox sideways.
2) I'm from Philadelphia. (You're probably from Pittsburgh, and you may go to PSU.)
3) I ... well, no, I hate fat people too.
4) I'd slap my mom for a serving of sweet potato french fries.

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Re: Looks and firm life

Postby A'nold » Mon Jun 07, 2010 10:02 pm

seespotrun wrote:
James Bond wrote:
Flanker1067 wrote:ITT: People realize that opinions differ, then argue about them.


Megan Fox is on my list of things that I cannot stand, along with Philadelphia, fat people, and sweet potatoes/yams.

Bond, I've always enjoyed your posts until now. I declare you my mortal enemy.

1) I'd sex Megan Fox sideways.
2) I'm from Philadelphia. (You're probably from Pittsburgh, and you may go to PSU.)
3) I ... well, no, I hate fat people too.
4) I'd slap my mom for a serving of sweet potato french fries.


I don't know about Philly, but sweet potatoes are the nastiest crap on earth, along with green beens.

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Re: Looks and firm life

Postby seespotrun » Mon Jun 07, 2010 10:04 pm

A'nold wrote:
seespotrun wrote:
James Bond wrote:
Flanker1067 wrote:ITT: People realize that opinions differ, then argue about them.


Megan Fox is on my list of things that I cannot stand, along with Philadelphia, fat people, and sweet potatoes/yams.

Bond, I've always enjoyed your posts until now. I declare you my mortal enemy.

1) I'd sex Megan Fox sideways.
2) I'm from Philadelphia. (You're probably from Pittsburgh, and you may go to PSU.)
3) I ... well, no, I hate fat people too.
4) I'd slap my mom for a serving of sweet potato french fries.


I don't know about Philly, but sweet potatoes are the nastiest crap on earth, along with green beens.

Green beans are terrible. Have you ever had sweet potato french fries?

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Re: Looks and firm life

Postby paratactical » Mon Jun 07, 2010 10:13 pm

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Re: Looks and firm life

Postby Jay-Electronica » Mon Jun 07, 2010 10:21 pm

the reminds me of an episode of the office lol

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Re: Looks and firm life

Postby A'nold » Mon Jun 07, 2010 10:24 pm

A'nold wrote:
seespotrun wrote:
James Bond wrote:
Flanker1067 wrote:
Megan Fox is on my list of things that I cannot stand, along with Philadelphia, fat people, and sweet potatoes/yams.

Bond, I've always enjoyed your posts until now. I declare you my mortal enemy.

1) I'd sex Megan Fox sideways.
2) I'm from Philadelphia. (You're probably from Pittsburgh, and you may go to PSU.)
3) I ... well, no, I hate fat people too.
4) I'd slap my mom for a serving of sweet potato french fries.


I don't know about Philly, but sweet potatoes are the nastiest crap on earth, along with green beens.

Green beans are terrible. Have you ever had sweet potato french fries?


Nope. I hear they are pretty good, but man I just hate sweet potatoes so much. It sucks because there are two things that are really healthy that I just can't stand: oatmeal and sweet potatoes.




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