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post #31 of 37
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Ah, the male stereotype.
Not to get too far off topic, but isn't it true that women like guys who are dangerously rugged, yet just happen to have the purring heart of a kitten? "Woman is fickle," so went the opera song. And who knows WHEN a woman wants WHICH quality? Anybody's guess. A tough guy could cry at a movie, and she'd love it. But on another day, she'd think the guy was a wimp. How I managed to get married, I'll never know.
post #32 of 37
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LAGuy: Which part of Jerry M. did your ocular glands start overacting? Personally, I wasn't a big fan of that movie but am interested what the emotional part was. Renne Z. is one of those weird beauties. Sometimes, she looks so ordinary and plain. Other times, she looks pretty attractive but still less attractive than that actress in Mall Rats and Chasing Amy even though they look alike. Anyone ever noticed that there are these stars, and a poor man version of that star. They will look really alike, yet one of them has become a great star. I think I've seen a poor man version of brad pitt; he's stuck doing TV movies.
post #33 of 37
Jerry Maguire was a good movie, didn't make me cry, but a good movie. Unfortunately, in reality, the Arizona Cardinals return to their normal ways, cut Rod Tidwell a year later in the off season before he gets the balloon payment from his new contract, so he never sees the money. Tidwell signs with another team and goes on to win the Super Bowl. The Cards draft a young prospect who misses all of training camp and they don't succeed in signing until after the second game of the season. Once again the Cards go 3 and 13. Bradford <--- a frustrated Phoenix sports fan. P.S. Saving Private Ryan was a movie that did make me cry.
post #34 of 37
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LAGuy: Which part of Jerry M. did your ocular glands start overacting? Personally, I wasn't a big fan of that movie but am interested what the emotional part was.
"She loves you. If you don't love her, you've got to tell her." Also, the part where Cuba Gooding Jr. demands to see Tom Cruise in the middle of the press conference. That's friendship.
post #35 of 37
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Not to get too far off topic, but isn't it true that women like guys who are dangerously rugged, yet just happen to have the purring heart of a kitten?
My experience, if that is anything to go by, is that women like a guy who is both sensitive to their needs and have the confidence and the strength (both emotional and physical) to protect them up and hold them up when need it. Not contradictory things. Some guys mistake sensitiveness with sensitivity - two different things altogether. I think that women dislike emotionally uninvolved guys as much as they dislike needy guys. It's just easier to spot the needy ones right away.
post #36 of 37
Way overrated, looks-wise. All are attractive, but none of these are sexy to me. Some of these were named before, so... ditto on those. -Kirsten Dunst -Julia Roberts -Selma Hayek -Jennifer Lopez -Pamela Anderson - used to be incredible, now... too trashy with the bleach and excess makeup -Jenny McCarthey - used to look a lot better but... WTF? -Gwenneth Paltrow -Nicole Kidman -The Dahm Triplets... definitely above average, but... the attraction is the triplets thing -Kate Hudson - mom was much, much hotter back in the day The new(er) chick who replaced Brooke Burke as the host "Wild On" for E. (how about an ass implant?) -Christina Aguilara -Reese Witherspoon - Uma Thurman That's a start, anyway
post #37 of 37
I agree that Cameron Diaz is totally overhyped, nowadays. She used to be hotter when she had some meat on her bones. Man, did you see her in Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas? *smoking*
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