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For fun, what does your T look like?

Posted by SatinDoll on November 5, 2006, at 21:37:25

I thought we should revist this topic again because it was so much fun before!

My T is 6'2", blondish gray hair with a beard, beautiful blue eyes, in good physical shape for a 50yr. old, very nice legs, smile, and a nice sounding laugh. He sometimes get a too short of a haircut that shows his starting thinness at the back of his head! LOL Oh, yeah his voice is very nice, (was a DJ in college)

He wears black pants a lot with either polo striped polo shirts or blue dress shirts with yellow ties. brown loafers, and plain ugly socks. He wears a nice black leather coat or a tan jacket.

At the gym, blue shorts and Nike T-shirts a lot, black weight gloves. Love to see him at the gym with his hair sticking up all over! LOL

How about your T ?///

 

Re: For fun, what does your T look like?

Posted by madeline on November 6, 2006, at 6:28:49

In reply to For fun, what does your T look like?, posted by SatinDoll on November 5, 2006, at 21:37:25

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0048414/

He's a dead ringer for my T

M

 

Re: For fun, what does your T look like? madeline

Posted by frida on November 6, 2006, at 9:59:53

In reply to Re: For fun, what does your T look like?, posted by madeline on November 6, 2006, at 6:28:49

how nice...
well my T is a female, about 60 (I don't want anything happening to her ever)..she's blonde, wavy, shoulder-length hair..she wears glasses, she likes soft colours..she wears nice clothes, white, blue,light-blue, beige colours, she wears trouses, sometimes skirts...She inspires peace..her voice is soft and deep..when she's a bit upset it changes a little, she wears a perfume that smells of jasmine..what else..for me she looks like a wonderful mommy :-) and inspires protection, care, safety and warmth.
she reminds me a little of barbra streidsan :-)

Frida

 

Re: For fun, what does your T look like?

Posted by wishingstar on November 6, 2006, at 16:52:41

In reply to For fun, what does your T look like?, posted by SatinDoll on November 5, 2006, at 21:37:25

Neat question :)

Ginny has short blonde hair, a couple inches above her shoulders but with lots of layers. Shes not too tall - 5'5" maybe - and shes thin. Her clothes are usually pretty casual, jeans or khakis and a nice sweater or something like that. I think shes pretty young.. mid 30s maybe? She has 2 kids ages 3 and 6, so I guess that makes sense.

I have to include Anne because I have a photo that looks so much like her. Back when I was still in grad school, I was researching a scale to use in a study I was conducting and this photo made me take a double-take every time I saw it. It doesnt look completely like her, but something about it catches my eye every time. The hair is right, and she had very similar glasses. Scroll down and its on the ride side of the page.
http://www.uic.edu/orgs/qli/index.htm

 

Re: For fun, what does your T look like?

Posted by TherapyGirl on November 6, 2006, at 17:32:43

In reply to Re: For fun, what does your T look like?, posted by wishingstar on November 6, 2006, at 16:52:41

My T is mid-60s, with white hair, blue eyes and she's "comfortably round." Not overweight at all (like I am), just not all bony, you know?

You know what's funny? I've been seeing her since she was the age I am now (43), and I swear to you I can't remember that she's ever looked different, aside from some slight hair style changes. I know she must have looked a lot younger 20-some years ago, but I can't picture it in my mind. I've thought about asking for a picture of her from back then, but that's weird, right?

 

Re: For fun, what does your T look like?

Posted by Dinah on November 6, 2006, at 17:46:31

In reply to For fun, what does your T look like?, posted by SatinDoll on November 5, 2006, at 21:37:25

He's big. With puppy dog eyes. It took me eleven years to figure out his eyes weren't brown.

He looks well upholstered and safe and solid as a rock.

He's not, of course. But even knowing that, his appearance reassures me.

 

Re: For fun, what does your T look like? SatinDoll

Posted by canadagirl on November 6, 2006, at 18:00:08

In reply to For fun, what does your T look like?, posted by SatinDoll on November 5, 2006, at 21:37:25

He could be from another time period. Sort of like the covers on those romance novels...with the guy who has that long flowing (T's is grey) hair. yep,mine's an odd one.

 

Re: For fun, what does your T look like? canadagirl

Posted by SatinDoll on November 6, 2006, at 18:04:59

In reply to Re: For fun, what does your T look like? SatinDoll, posted by canadagirl on November 6, 2006, at 18:00:08

Hi canada girl, So what does a T like that dress like?/// I am really curious! ;-)

 

Re: For fun, what does your T look like? SatinDoll

Posted by canadagirl on November 6, 2006, at 19:40:25

In reply to Re: For fun, what does your T look like? canadagirl, posted by SatinDoll on November 6, 2006, at 18:04:59

Hmmm....well he reminds me of a Wild Knight lol!
He usually wears all black jeans/sweater (with his blue eyes and grey flowing hair it really sets him off nicely). He's definitely eye candy, for sure. hahaha! (But I'm still giving up on him.)
if you want a real laugh see my posting re his office picture on Therapygirl's office thread! (Ok it's getting hot in here lol!)

 

Re: For fun, what does your T look like? canadagirl

Posted by SatinDoll on November 6, 2006, at 19:45:07

In reply to Re: For fun, what does your T look like? SatinDoll, posted by canadagirl on November 6, 2006, at 19:40:25

Wow, I need a T like that! ;-) Mine is driving me insane at the moment!
I dare you to ask about the kinky painting!
;-)
Heehee! Okay , maybe you better not with that hot T of yours. Okay, I need to get a life!

 

Re: For fun, what does your T look like?

Posted by canadagirl on November 6, 2006, at 20:15:56

In reply to Re: For fun, what does your T look like? canadagirl, posted by SatinDoll on November 6, 2006, at 19:45:07

Well I hope yours is driving you insane in a GOOD way lol! I will ask about that picture. What the heck! I'm leaving therapy - can ask anything now - who cares ! lol!

 

Re: For fun, what does your T look like?

Posted by Pfinstegg on November 6, 2006, at 21:41:23

In reply to For fun, what does your T look like?, posted by SatinDoll on November 5, 2006, at 21:37:25

Handsome! 6'5", dark hair turning grey. Very sexy. Looks exremely smart. He dresses formally, in either a suit or jacket and always a tie- probably because he goes places, some days, and teaches at the Analytic Ins titute or one of the local medical schools- he's on the faculty of all of them

 

Re: For fun, what does your T look like?

Posted by peddidle on November 14, 2006, at 20:21:26

In reply to For fun, what does your T look like?, posted by SatinDoll on November 5, 2006, at 21:37:25

Oooo fun! I haven't been on here in a long time, but I thought I would just jump in.

She is about 33, short (maybe a little shorter than shoulder-length) blonde hair with side-swept bangs. I think she kind of looks like Sherry Stringfield (http://www.imdb.com/gallery/ss/0108757/Ss/0108757/1ERMbvN04.jpg.html?path=pgallery&path_key=Stringfield,%20Sherry). Other people would probably disagree, but for some reason, I see a slight resemblance.

She's really fun because she's so young-- she sits with her legs flung over the side of the chair, and just kind of "hangs out." The way she speaks makes me feel like I'm talking with a friend. I never feel like I'm sitting with a doctor. I see her at my school's counseling center, so she only sees college-aged people (as far as I know), and she definitely knows how to "get down to our level," so to speak. But she doesn't put on a show, I think that's really her personality.

The way I'm describing her may make her seem unprofessional, but really, it's just her way of putting people at ease. Plus, who could blame her when she's sitting in that chair all day!


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