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I'm getting flashbacks of 101 Dalmations as a child

I'm getting flashbacks of The Rock on WWF Smackdown; she's got "The People's Eyebrow".
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Originally Posted by AustinShowers
I'm getting flashbacks of The Rock on WWF Smackdown; she's got "The People's Eyebrow".
Marlene Dietrich had those highly arched eyebrows as well:



And the Mexican star, Maria Felix:

post #18 of 27
I'm going to say Laetitia Casta, about 5 years ago (not sure what or how she is doing these days.) She had a beautiful, slightly full face with amazing cheekbones and lips, and a natural, voluptuous figure. I adhere to Chuck's philosophy: Meat is for the man, bone is for the dog.
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I'm am constantly blown away with Label King's pool of knowledge...

Jon.
post #20 of 27
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Originally Posted by imageWIS
I'm am constantly blown away with Label King's pool of knowledge...
Me too.
post #21 of 27
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Originally Posted by LA Guy
I'm going to say Laetitia Casta, about 5 years ago (not sure what or how she is doing these days.) She had a beautiful, slightly full face with amazing cheekbones and lips, and a natural, voluptuous figure. I adhere to Chuck's philosophy: Meat is for the man, bone is for the dog.
Why would you, refer to a woman, as meat or bone? I think that's disguisting.
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Originally Posted by Vaclav
Why would you, refer to a woman, as meat or bone?

I think that's disguisting.

Because I am Dr. Hannibal Lector. BTW, I expect to have you for dinner Friday.
post #23 of 27
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Originally Posted by LA Guy
Because I am Dr. Hannibal Lector. BTW, I expect to have you for dinner Friday.

Well, we established that Einhorn is Finkle, but is Vaclav actually Clarice?

Jon.
post #24 of 27
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Originally Posted by imageWIS
Well, we established that Einhorn is Finkle, but is Vaclav actually Clarice?

I don't know what you are talking as, Clarice has not posted here in a while.
post #25 of 27
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Originally Posted by LA Guy
I'm going to say Laetitia Casta, about 5 years ago (not sure what or how she is doing these days.) She had a beautiful, slightly full face with amazing cheekbones and lips, and a natural, voluptuous figure. I adhere to Chuck's philosophy: Meat is for the man, bone is for the dog.
She's doing fine - I'll tell her you said hi.
post #26 of 27
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Originally Posted by j
She's doing fine - I'll tell her you said hi.

Cheeky bastard. But I've got nothing right now.
post #27 of 27
Before we moved our summer home from the Balagne near L'Ile Rousse, we sometimes saw a cute little Laetitia Casta (probably aged 14 or 15) at the seaside on several occasions. Evidently her family knows our old neighbors there. Since we moved southward to the bluffs above Cargese, we don't see the family any longer. The shy little Laetitia was "discovered" and grew-up to become a famous photo and fashion model.

Well, there are "plenty more" where she comes from. Napoleon always said that the Corsican air was very special. Witness what it did for an otherwise awkward and plain adolescent girl.
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