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    Quote Originally Posted by celeb_2006 View Post
    O.K., what movie or book is she trying to promote lol.
    I've just seen her promote an anti-wrinkle cream from Lancome
    Who ordered a naked Swede?? MEEEEE!!

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    She's no Sandra Lou!


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    Sandra Lou is your idea of beauty???
    I don't want to perish like a fading horse - best lyric ever

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaFolie View Post
    Sandra Lou is your idea of beauty???
    Just kidding around. Still she is cute. 3 question marks - I hope I didn't startle you.

    [YOUTUBE]http://youtube.com/watch?v=IBumfdkcl0k[/YOUTUBE]

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    I do agree with her but I am tired of hearing about it too.

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    BTW Sandra Lou is a perfectly attractive young women. She's young, pretty, and vivacious. Chicks can be so hard on each other.

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    I didn't say she wasn't, but she has no charm whatsoever and doesn't seem too bright... Oh, and btw, all my girlfriends claim that no man loves a 5'9", 110-pound girl ("D, you should put on some weight"... Yeah, they want me to balloon up until I'm no longer competition...)...

    Anyway, how come you know her???
    I don't want to perish like a fading horse - best lyric ever

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    I'm not all that wild about Juliette Binoche in the first place. But I love Isabelle Adjani.

    And Elodie Bouchez, who many Americans probably find
    hideous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaFolie View Post
    I didn't say she wasn't, but she has no charm whatsoever and doesn't seem too bright... Oh, and btw, all my girlfriends claim that no man loves a 5'9", 110-pound girl ("D, you should put on some weight"... Yeah, they want me to balloon up until I'm no longer competition...)...

    Anyway, how come you know her???
    Lies! All Lies! I found plenty of love at that weight and at any other!!!
    Stay true to yourself La Folie!

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    The truth is humans are designed to be attracted to youth (and youthful faces) because it's a sign of fertility. Blame nature. There are plenty of gorgeous older women out there also though. No matter what your age is, if you're confident and not trying to dress 20 years too old or young, you're all good.

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    Well, I wasn't talking about myself (I'm that weight, only... ahem...6 inches shorter... ), but anyway, you get my point
    I don't want to perish like a fading horse - best lyric ever

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    Quote Originally Posted by nycgirly101 View Post
    The truth is humans are designed to be attracted to youth (and youthful faces) because it's a sign of fertility. Blame nature. There are plenty of gorgeous older women out there also though. No matter what your age is, if you're confident and not trying to dress 20 years too old or young, you're all good.
    True, but also hips (body weight needed for successful pregnancy), shiney hair, bright eyes, etc. etc. However, if this were exclusive they'd be a lot of single & lonely over-45s around....

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    Youth may have tighter skin, but a lot of them are more stupid. Too bad when you see someone, you can't see the stupid before the skin.
    "The most important question in all of human kind is..... would you hit it or not?" ~potato_chips

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    Yeah there are definitely a lot of different factors, youth is not the only one. Plus someone doesn't actually have to be young to look it..... there are a lot of older women out there who look young for their age (Oprah and Christey Brinkley come to mind).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarzy View Post
    She's right in some ways. When you're an actress it's important to show expressions, but that's a bit impossible when your face is frozen with botox.
    Yes, she has a point, but as Vanessa Williams said in a tv interview, there is a right way to get Botox. Pay for one area, then have the doctor spread it out over two areas. That way your face still moves, yet there are minimal wrinkles.
    "the place you live in is that much more drab and empty that they're gone"

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