Thanks for the compliments to my taste in men. It's hard work, believe me. =) I don't know about starting a whole new thread of my own, but how about a separate thread about the most beautiful women? I think Gina Torres is among the finest, and Kim Novak is a vintage fave. Hey! Speaking of Breaking Bad.... Not only do I have someone who is alive, but he's also quite young (18 ) and has cerebral palsy: the beautiful and talented R.J. Mitte who plays Walt Jr. (aka Flynn) on the AMC series. Have I jumped the shark or is he not a lovely and sweet looking boyman? I'm usually not into young guys, but his beautiful big almond eyes and dark wavy hair totally work for me. He dated Miley Cyrus apparently after an appearance on Hannah Montana. Montanta aside, I think R.J. is cute and, yes, sexy. I also thought Walt Sr. was kinda appealing when he had hair and was running around in underwear and an apron--and before the stress of his imploding existence was aging him heavily in season 2. Not "sexy" per se, but awkwardly attractive. Like vintage Michael Palin if you catch my drift.
It's hard for me to get behind someone who chooses as their porno name "Tony Buff"...but....OH TONY!! WHIP IT GOOD!
Animal Planet, indeed.
Ben believes in clean living.
Ben makes me....happy.
twinbelters, the fellow in the backbrace is Dave Salmoni, host of a wildlife show on Animal Planet. The smiling muscle bear is British rugby star Ben Cohen. Ben does have that "certain something".....
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