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post #121 of 231
Definitely, I think that if Tom were to come out, I definitely think that a larger portion of the Gay community would come out to support him. If you thought Ellen DeGeneres got a popularity boost, Tom Cruise would be twice as big.
post #122 of 231
why does everybody think this relationship is fake? nobody thought ashton kutcher and demi moore were a real couple as well, but they've been together for over two years. although, i do understand why if tom cruise was really gay, he wouldn't want to come out because of fears that this might hurt his career. could a openly gay star become a romantic leading figure, who could still maintain a loyal female base? who knows? ian mckellan isn't trying to be a romantic leading man. and, rupert evert, who's openly gay, has been typecast to a degree as the female star's gay, best friend. you argue that cruise is already well established, but that might make it worse as his loyal fans might feel betrayed.
post #123 of 231
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could a openly gay star become a romantic leading figure, who could still maintain a loyal female base? who knows?
Rock Hudson?
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Originally Posted by esquire.,July 05 2005,01:38
could a openly gay star become a romantic leading figure, who could still maintain a loyal female base? who knows?
Rock Hudson?
I don't believe Rock Hudson was openly gay, at least not when his career was booming......
post #125 of 231
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YOu're right, that is creepy. A scientologist chaperon. "Her new best friend". Wow.
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Actual story here Katie sounds like a talking doll with a string attached to her back . . .
post #128 of 231
Good lord, remind me never to put my penis in that woman. Ever. And I'd strongly reccomend that none of you out there in StyleForum land do it either. I don't know what I was ever thinking. Was I ever even really thinking about it? I can't really tell you for sure, and my FREAKING CHAPERONE isn't here to tell you for me...
post #129 of 231
oh my god. 'this is your moment.' cried the manicurist. it's so unreal. i can't stop watching.
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Good lord, remind me never to put my penis in that woman. Ever.
ahh tokyo - gotta give you credit...may be the greatest opening line to a post since...i dunno "Good food is live food"
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(Tokyo Slim @ July 08 2005,16:40) Good lord, remind me never to put my penis in that woman. Ever.
ahh tokyo - gotta give you credit...may be the greatest opening line to a post since...i dunno "Good food is live food"
Maybe I'll make it to the SF "wall of shame"
post #132 of 231
we have one of those? if not, we need one. ...and next time i see you and your penis headed for katie holmes' insides, i'll give you a nudge and a 'tsk tsk'.
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we have one of those? if not, we need one. ...and next time i see you and your penis headed for katie holmes' insides, i'll give you a nudge and a 'tsk tsk'.
Thanks man, nice to know you got my back (and my front too evidently) Fortunately my penis has not "gone rogue" in quite a while. Last thing I need is a "Broken Arrow" scenario to deal with.
post #134 of 231
The amazing thing about Tom Cruise is that he's always running. Can you think of one film he is in that didn't have a significant portion of his screen time in which he was running to or from or with someone? Think about it. This might be my greatest revelation. Not as good as Slim's but still...
post #135 of 231
Rain Man? Born on the Fourth of July?
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