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    I've never found him attractive. With or without airbrushing.

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    I've never found him that attractive either. Part of that is probably his pompous immature attitude.

    I could see how women would find him attractive, though. He's kind of looks like a poor man's Cary Grant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TaffyMoon View Post
    I love George - he's just getting older.

    Georgie is a peach, the man can do no wrong. Long live the Clooney!
    "the place you live in is that much more drab and empty that they're gone"

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    not TOO extensive. not as bad as other celebrities.

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    ^ita.
    the biggest difference is the more vivid saturated soft light he's in.
    some simple color corrections can make all the difference.

    minimal airbrushing on the wrinkles.

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    Never found this windbag attractive. He has no upper lip!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voodoo Child View Post
    I'll pass on George and his butt buddies Pitt Damon etc.



    Yep, thats my idea of the 'Please, no' threesome.

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    That didn't look so much like normal airbrushing as that they were trying to make him look more "vintage".

    Which is kind of funny, because for some reason he already looks 1940's to me. And I agree--he doesn't really need airbrushing. He's aging well.

    That said....

    he DOES have "old man torso". How retro of him!
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    He tends to romanticize the old eras when his aunt was famous and when his father was a bigger deal than him. Pure nostalgia.

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    I like him with and without the aribrushing... also, as someone else pointed out, this is seems an artistic airbrush job (for the vintage look) and not an aesthetic one

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