Psycho-Babble Social Thread 253752

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I hate being the only one awake

Posted by kar on August 25, 2003, at 0:43:34

And man do i hate starting a new thread.
maybe I can find somewhere to piggy back...

 

One thread

Posted by kar on August 25, 2003, at 0:50:13

In reply to I hate being the only one awake, posted by kar on August 25, 2003, at 0:43:34

and two posts.
And one poster.
ow.

 

Re: One thread, two posters, anyway kar

Posted by Sabina on August 25, 2003, at 1:17:08

In reply to One thread, posted by kar on August 25, 2003, at 0:50:13

still up for now. went to bed at a decent hour last night (midnight-ish), so the odds are fair that i'll be up, up, up tonight.

i'd talk about movies with everyone else but i'm waaaay too much of a fan. i could write for a couple hours alone on the coen brothers. i'd surely garner a PBC (please be concise) if i started on the topic. don't get me started on cute actors, either.

 

Cute actors- ha ha I'm starting it! Sabina

Posted by kar on August 25, 2003, at 1:27:25

In reply to Re: One thread, two posters, anyway kar, posted by Sabina on August 25, 2003, at 1:17:08

Ok, this can be looks or stage presence or just "oo baby" for no specific reason
You rate:
Denzel Washington
Matt Damon
Edward Norton
Andy Garcia
Keanu Reeves
George Clooney
Johnny Depp
Noah Wylie
Gregory Peck in his day
Sean Connery in his day
Alec Baldwin

 

Re: aw man, i knew this would happen!

Posted by Sabina on August 25, 2003, at 2:02:15

In reply to Cute actors- ha ha I'm starting it! Sabina, posted by kar on August 25, 2003, at 1:27:25

okay, i'll admit i'm a freakazoid with weird taste in men. i usually like quirky guys. for the most part, none of the traditional hotties really do it for me, even though all the guys on your list are indeed superfine. right this moment, off the top of my head...

peter stormare: character actor, swedish, brilliant (dancer in the dark)

ryan gosling: top drawer american jailbait. (the believer)

gabriel byrne: working the irish vibe. (miller's crossing)

my b/w vote has got to be cary grant. his work with howard hawkes, in particular, was amazing.

my auteur/actor choice is orson welles circa 1944's jane eyre. he had the *most* incredible voice.

 

Re: Cute actors- ha ha I'm starting it! kar

Posted by galkeepinon on August 25, 2003, at 2:03:39

In reply to Cute actors- ha ha I'm starting it! Sabina, posted by kar on August 25, 2003, at 1:27:25

What about Matthew McConeghey and Nicholas Cage and Sean Connery--in the present;)?


> Ok, this can be looks or stage presence or just "oo baby" for no specific reason
> You rate:
> Denzel Washington
> Matt Damon
> Edward Norton
> Andy Garcia
> Keanu Reeves
> George Clooney
> Johnny Depp
> Noah Wylie
> Gregory Peck in his day
> Sean Connery in his day
> Alec Baldwin
>

 

Re: Cute actors- ha ha I'm starting it! kar

Posted by galkeepinon on August 25, 2003, at 2:04:52

In reply to Cute actors- ha ha I'm starting it! Sabina, posted by kar on August 25, 2003, at 1:27:25

:-) and I pick Denzel by the way :-) and you?


> Ok, this can be looks or stage presence or just "oo baby" for no specific reason
> You rate:
> Denzel Washington
> Matt Damon
> Edward Norton
> Andy Garcia
> Keanu Reeves
> George Clooney
> Johnny Depp
> Noah Wylie
> Gregory Peck in his day
> Sean Connery in his day
> Alec Baldwin
>

 

Don't try to fight it, baby Sabina

Posted by Kar on August 25, 2003, at 6:46:19

In reply to Re: aw man, i knew this would happen!, posted by Sabina on August 25, 2003, at 2:02:15

No no no! Gabriel Byrne is mine all mine! I put all the traditionals on my list and that was just a "rate this guy" list. Not a list of MINE. You're not a freakazoid at all...quite discerning actually. I love Steven Rea and Ewan McGregor...

i don't know Stormare...bet I'd like him though.>

> my b/w vote has got to be cary grant.
Gregory Peck was one of my faves. oh yeah, I put him on the list. Burt Lancaster had that mmph too. Makes me kinda sad to see the oldies. So many were so talented. I look around at our generation's actors and try to figure the keepers, you know, the ones they'll be talking about in 25 years. We certainly have some but if you put Tom Hanks in the Ring with Cary Grant...

I like that little Ethan Hawke feller too. I saw him in the Seagull in National Actor's Theatre before he "made it".
Samuel L. Jackson too.
You're right; I shouldn't have started it. I guess it depends on what the criteria are, but I usually go for the ones who have a really strong stage presence too. They need to actually have brains. Keanu, for example...eye candy but well, nuff said...

 

In the days... galkeepinon

Posted by Kar on August 25, 2003, at 6:49:48

In reply to Re: Cute actors- ha ha I'm starting it! kar, posted by galkeepinon on August 25, 2003, at 2:03:39

I used to like Sean Connery, before he suddenly developed that schtrange, shpeech affectashun that makesh it imposhible for me to listen to him without cringing.
But in terms of original list, Ed Norton is it.
Smart guy too.

 

Re: Cute actors- ha ha I'm starting it!

Posted by Dinah on August 25, 2003, at 9:18:33

In reply to Cute actors- ha ha I'm starting it! Sabina, posted by kar on August 25, 2003, at 1:27:25

Harrison Ford

The rest of them are role-dependent attractive.

And if you want a different sort of cute - that little kid from Sixth Sense, was it? Can't recall his name...

 

Re: Cute actors- ha ha I'm starting it!

Posted by Penny on August 25, 2003, at 9:59:36

In reply to Re: Cute actors- ha ha I'm starting it!, posted by Dinah on August 25, 2003, at 9:18:33

I've gotta go with Matthew McConaughey. Sigh...

I especially loved him in the Wedding Planner. Cheesy movie that it was.

 

Indiana Jones and I see dead people. Dinah

Posted by Kar on August 25, 2003, at 12:02:57

In reply to Re: Cute actors- ha ha I'm starting it!, posted by Dinah on August 25, 2003, at 9:18:33

You're absolutely right about Harrison Ford. Well, I don't know if i could agree to a blanket "rest of them"...But you know, I'm a little disappointed in him lately. He was married (seemingly happily) with kids and had a farm in Montana and was totally anti-press. DIdn't do interviews or anything.
Now over the past few years he has added an earring and a Calista Flockhart and well, i just don't know.
Oh, that scene in Witness when he rolls across the kitchen in his chair and says, "Now THAT's great coffee!" (or something that sounded like a commercial that the Amish wouldn't have had exposure to)...what a cutie patootie.

>little kid from Sixth Sense, was it?
Doesn't matter. No kids allowed in this thread. new rule. Sorry.
Do it again and you're outta here.

:D

 

Re: End of Mid-Life crisis? Kar

Posted by Dinah on August 25, 2003, at 14:16:02

In reply to Indiana Jones and I see dead people. Dinah, posted by Kar on August 25, 2003, at 12:02:57

'cause I doubt he'll live to see 120.

 

Re: Cute actors- ha ha I'm starting it!

Posted by gabbix2 on August 25, 2003, at 15:47:55

In reply to Re: Cute actors- ha ha I'm starting it!, posted by Dinah on August 25, 2003, at 9:18:33

yeah Harrison Ford pre-earring definitely.
Gary Oldham,
and Morgan Freeman, I think its his voice its so reassuring.

Yeah, its my anxious nature and his voice I could just lie (lay) my head on his chest and listen to him talk and probably never need xanax again.

 

Hey? After Eight mile does Eminem count?

Posted by gabbix2 on August 25, 2003, at 15:54:44

In reply to Re: Cute actors- ha ha I'm starting it!, posted by gabbix2 on August 25, 2003, at 15:47:55

I can't help it, it goes against fibre of my being, but he makes me hotter than Georgia Asphalt.

 

counts for me;) he's one h o t t i e :-) (nm) gabbix2

Posted by galkeepinon on August 25, 2003, at 15:56:49

In reply to Hey? After Eight mile does Eminem count?, posted by gabbix2 on August 25, 2003, at 15:54:44

 

Re: Ok, no kids...

Posted by Dinah on August 25, 2003, at 15:59:31

In reply to Indiana Jones and I see dead people. Dinah, posted by Kar on August 25, 2003, at 12:02:57

But if you want to limit it to sexually attractive as opposed to just cute, how about women?

There are as many female actors who are as attractive to me as the male ones. Which my husband finds no end entertaining. :)

 

Re: In the days... Kar

Posted by galkeepinon on August 25, 2003, at 16:00:49

In reply to In the days... galkeepinon, posted by Kar on August 25, 2003, at 6:49:48

Kar! LMAO I can totally hear his voice when reading this!! schtrange, schpeech and all LMAO I agree, but man, he gets better looking as he ages in a weird sort of way lol

too funny:-)


> I used to like Sean Connery, before he suddenly developed that schtrange, shpeech affectashun that makesh it imposhible for me to listen to him without cringing.
> But in terms of original list, Ed Norton is it.
> Smart guy too.
>
>

 

Re: alan rickman has a great voice, too (nm)

Posted by Sabina on August 25, 2003, at 16:05:33

In reply to Re: Cute actors- ha ha I'm starting it!, posted by gabbix2 on August 25, 2003, at 15:47:55

 

Oh he does! Sabina

Posted by gabbix2 on August 25, 2003, at 16:16:00

In reply to Re: alan rickman has a great voice, too (nm), posted by Sabina on August 25, 2003, at 16:05:33

Which reminds me of my favorite Romantic movie
Truly Madly Deeply.. he was so good in that.

 

Re: Ok, no kids... Dinah

Posted by Kar on August 25, 2003, at 16:20:44

In reply to Re: Ok, no kids... , posted by Dinah on August 25, 2003, at 15:59:31

Oh yes, let's talk "sexually attractive". I'm making the rules apparently.
Yes, women apply. yeah I know, isn't it funny that men "can't" comfortably comment on another man but for women it's fine? Normal even.

Who are your femme faves, Dinah?

 

Re: Indiana Jones and I see dead people. Kar

Posted by galkeepinon on August 25, 2003, at 22:17:36

In reply to Indiana Jones and I see dead people. Dinah, posted by Kar on August 25, 2003, at 12:02:57

Yeah..I was wondering about his earring, and then Miss Flockhart? The guy's a changin huh? Still a cutie though:-)

> You're absolutely right about Harrison Ford. Well, I don't know if i could agree to a blanket "rest of them"...But you know, I'm a little disappointed in him lately. He was married (seemingly happily) with kids and had a farm in Montana and was totally anti-press. DIdn't do interviews or anything.
> Now over the past few years he has added an earring and a Calista Flockhart and well, i just don't know.
> Oh, that scene in Witness when he rolls across the kitchen in his chair and says, "Now THAT's great coffee!" (or something that sounded like a commercial that the Amish wouldn't have had exposure to)...what a cutie patootie.
>
> >little kid from Sixth Sense, was it?
> Doesn't matter. No kids allowed in this thread. new rule. Sorry.
> Do it again and you're outta here.
>
> :D
>

 

Re: Ok, no kids... Dinah

Posted by galkeepinon on August 25, 2003, at 22:23:48

In reply to Re: Ok, no kids... , posted by Dinah on August 25, 2003, at 15:59:31

maybe no kids but.........that's why I asked the women question about mentors. I always seem to look at some women as mentors becasue of the relationship with my mom I had/have.
Definately not so much of a mentor~~don't get me wrong I love her with all my heart, we get along, but as a true mentor, I see so many women out there that I wish I could be 'like' or maybe it's just a wish to be out of my depression and back to my old self???
who knows, lol


> But if you want to limit it to sexually attractive as opposed to just cute, how about women?
>
> There are as many female actors who are as attractive to me as the male ones. Which my husband finds no end entertaining. :)

 

Re: Ok, no kids... Kar

Posted by galkeepinon on August 25, 2003, at 22:30:59

In reply to Re: Ok, no kids... Dinah, posted by Kar on August 25, 2003, at 16:20:44

Kar, isn't that true?!?!?! It's like maybe they would be afraid they would be considered *gay*?
Some of the nicest people I've met are gay. Not that this is going anywhere, but I hear you, it is interesting how men 'can't' or 'won't' comfortably (sometimes,or maybe most of the time?) LOL comment on another man.

> Oh yes, let's talk "sexually attractive". I'm making the rules apparently.
> Yes, women apply. yeah I know, isn't it funny that men "can't" comfortably comment on another man but for women it's fine? Normal even.
>
> Who are your femme faves, Dinah?
>


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