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Audrey Hepburn.

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by LabelKing, Mar 21, 2006.

  1. Saucemaster

    Saucemaster Senior member

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    Yeah, JLH is hot as hell and all, but there's just no comparison. None at all. Sorry AC. [​IMG]
     
  2. Full Canvas

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    Just picked up a three pack of classic AH moviesat Costco for $25:

    • Roman Holiday
    • Breakfast at Tiffany's
    • Sabrina

    Roman Holiday is one of my all time favourite films.
     
  4. Connemara

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    Greta Garbo was not just beautiful, she was striking.


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  5. Edward Appleby

    Edward Appleby Senior member

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    Respectfully, I disagree. Miss JLH (unique as she may be) is not even a pale imitation.
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    I found her Hermes ads rather hot.

    As far as Garbo goes, she is without a doubt strikingly beautiful, but I have this thing with women with cleft chins.
     
  6. Full Canvas

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    I found her Hermes ads rather hot.

    I was not arguing the "hot factor" of Miss JLH. I was, however, insisting that in Miss JLH, Audrey is NOT still with us as Ambulance Chaser posits.
    Simply and merely, I was differentiating between feminine apples and oranges. It was nothing more.
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  7. Edward Appleby

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    I was not arguing the "hot factor" of Miss JLH. I was, however, insisting that in Miss JLH, Audrey is NOT still with us as Ambulance Chaser posits.
    Simply and merely, I was differentiating between feminine apples and oranges. It was nothing more.
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    Sure, I'm just saying that she was particularly hot in those ads. Made the linens look damn good.
     
  8. Full Canvas

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    Sure, I'm just saying that she was particularly hot in those ads. Made the linens look damn good.

    I didn't see the Hermes ads. But, if the linens looked that good alongside Miss JLH, the guys in that paper towel thread are going to be really upset! [​IMG]
     
  9. shellshock

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    A.H. is my favorite in Two for the Road...

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    haha there were too many good ones! this movie rulesssss.
     
  10. LabelKing

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    Don't you love that Paco Rabanne wardrobe?
     
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    ...

    DUDE RESIZE BEFORE I STAB YOU
     
  13. Edward Appleby

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    DUDE RESIZE BEFORE I STAB YOU
    Thumbnails are an affectation of the bourgeoisie!
     
  14. Ambulance Chaser

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    Just picked up a three pack of classic AH moviesat Costco for $25:

    • Roman Holiday
    • Breakfast at Tiffany's
    • Sabrina

    Roman Holiday is one of my all time favourite films.


    I bought the exact same set a couple of weeks ago~
     
  17. LabelKing

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    Someone once noted that to be both chic and sexy was impossible.
     
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    Very cute! Love her movies - most of them anyway!! But she's too skinny to be "sexy" IMHO.
     
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    DUDE RESIZE BEFORE I STAB YOU

    oooh, dirty talk. me likey. [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    May be hard to find but artist /director David Lynch does a series of photographs on women smoking. They are sultry.
     

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