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Re: Celebrity Crush, Regardless Of Era

Postby curry pervert on Fri Jan 26, 2018 12:27 am

Judy Greer. Oh Yes.

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caix wrote:Whoever said they started missing Clocker Bob after reading your dribble, I didn't get it at first. Now I totally get it. I am really missing Bob right now.
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Re: Celebrity Crush, Regardless Of Era

Postby hayate on Fri Jan 26, 2018 1:07 am

Totally into bjork.. sexy, weird, intelligent.. she even recruited mike patton on one of her projects... flat out masterpiece pair of ovaries.

or maybe she dont have ovaries.. maybe shes a shapeshifter from a color out of space. would still booglarize bjork, 10/10.

maybe i should take this to the jon.
..studied economics for ten minutes can tell you there’s something called Gresham’s Law, which is that 'bad money drives out good money.' And I think it’s even more true with ideology. Squirrelly ideas drive out ideas of depth and substance.
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Re: Celebrity Crush, Regardless Of Era

Postby OrthodoxEaster on Fri Jan 26, 2018 3:23 pm

hayate wrote:maybe i should take this to the jon.


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Please spellcheck your bathroom humor, sir.
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Re: Celebrity Crush, Regardless Of Era

Postby hayate on Sat Jan 27, 2018 12:22 am

OrthodoxEaster wrote:
hayate wrote:maybe i should take this to the jon.


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Please spellcheck your bathroom humor, sir.

yer right, jon is a person, not a thing. therefore i should have capatalized, my bad bro
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Re: Celebrity Crush, Regardless Of Era

Postby Boombats on Sat Jan 27, 2018 12:34 am

curry pervert wrote:Judy Greer. Oh Yes.

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I like to imagine that teenage me met teenage Fatty Magoo and we fell in love before she was hot
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Re: Celebrity Crush, Regardless Of Era

Postby Janeway on Sat Jan 27, 2018 1:08 am

the song itself i know ive posted so many times on here, but paganini was like italian robert johnson, rocking folks and having them think he was so talented he mustve sold his soul to the devil, and he invented wearing all black like the classical version of johnny cash that rocks the fuck out

i can barely compose this like an air conductor because he goes so fast, like bruce lee plucking a violn as though its a damn banjo, and still making it sound like "right"

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Re: Celebrity Crush, Regardless Of Era

Postby Janeway on Sat Jan 27, 2018 3:33 pm

^haha i really uses that “regardless of era” aspect didnt i
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Re: Celebrity Crush, Regardless Of Era

Postby enframed on Sun Jan 28, 2018 3:34 am

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And I always had a thing for Laetitia Sadier, from Stereolab.

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Re: Celebrity Crush, Regardless Of Era

Postby Janeway on Sun Jan 28, 2018 8:24 am

haha fern mayo? violette was no replacement for liz purr
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haha you guys

edit: in real life ive seen judy greer's life story documentary and she was so cute with super curly hair and tiny glasses. cant find any pictures on the internet but it was like the curliest hair and it makesme sad she doesnt have it now.
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those bishes killed the teen dream!
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haha i love jawbreaker. and sugar & spice. all ladies are beautiful i guess, how do you guys even make decisions on them?
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Re: Celebrity Crush, Regardless Of Era

Postby emmanuelle cunt on Sun Jan 28, 2018 10:46 am

hayate wrote:ana de armas.. in latest blade runner film.. oh my.

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que hermosa. come at me cuba!



Picking which of the amazing women in Blade Runner 2049 I am the most attracted to is probably too big of a task for my little head, but I just want to say I couldn't take my eyes of Carla Juri. Plus, can you not love that hair? I can't.

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Re: Celebrity Crush, Regardless Of Era

Postby Madman Munt on Sun Jan 28, 2018 11:12 am

Janeway wrote:all ladies are beautiful i guess, how do you guys even make decisions on them?


Check 'em out. Direct comparison.

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Although, there is also Jacques Pepin's take:

One is not better than the other. It is just a different technique, an different taste, a different look that you have in it.


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Re: Celebrity Crush, Regardless Of Era

Postby kokorodoko on Sun Jan 28, 2018 1:19 pm

Janeway wrote:all ladies are beautiful i guess, how do you guys even make decisions on them?

I don't, they make decisions on me. 8)
Janeway wrote:it’s like, why do people say paper covers rock when we all know paper is a lil bish that gets paper weighted by smooth river rocks, you just need to rock out wheneve paperwork has got you down.
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Re: Celebrity Crush, Regardless Of Era

Postby curry pervert on Sun Jan 28, 2018 8:39 pm

Janeway wrote:all ladies are beautiful i guess, how do you guys even make decisions on them?


It's not like we are put in the position of having to make these decisions in real life so much.
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Re: Celebrity Crush, Regardless Of Era

Postby kokorodoko on Fri Feb 02, 2018 4:13 pm

What about fictional characters?


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I was seven or eíght. I fell in love.

And her name is Loella. It's like the twinkling of heavenly bells.

The name of the book is Pappa Pellerin's Daughter (yes, two P's, don't ask me why, but go pick it up, it's great).
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