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While I can see she's very attractive, I don't understand why she was cast in the part as a femme fatale. She's very thin, a bit masculine and her "erotic" scenes come across more like a cannibal attack.

Tell me what I'm missing, gentlemen.

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You're looking far too high. Lower you're gaze, to her fine breasts. THAT'S the attraction. Like Seven of Nine in Star Trek

Having said that, I can't ever remember seeing women in American films/television that were'nt anything but attractive. We don't mind a bit of ugly over here, if the script calls for it. There's not many round my neck of the woods like that cylon chick.
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Snowfire;1354682 wrote: There's not many round my neck of the woods like that cylon chick.And if there were, I'd hope they'd at least wear a pullover. Preferably with a hood.
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spot;1354683 wrote: And if there were, I'd hope they'd at least wear a pullover. Preferably with a hood.


She'd catch her death in this weather
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She's Canadian, she'd laugh at your puny English weather.
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I'd happily keep her warm or at least rub Vick on her chest should she get a tickly cough
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SnoozeAgain;1354687 wrote: She's Canadian, she'd laugh at your puny English weather.


You've no idea how the wind gets round my back passage when it's set in from the East, there ought to be a law against it.

(Probably copyright Donald McGill, one of England's benefactors)
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You meant that to sound homoerotic, right?
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SnoozeAgain;1354695 wrote: You meant that to sound homoerotic, right?


Actually, and more distressingly, it was spoken from a woman's perspective. British humour relies to a large extent on the put-upon working class Nora Batty figure, about whom there was nothing erotic whatsoever.
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SnoozeAgain;1354687 wrote: She's Canadian, she'd laugh at your puny English weather.


she would indeed!
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She needs to eat a few steaks. I think that she plays the pole of a creepy Cylon really well.
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It would have to be her hands, have you noticed how big they are? You know what they say.

Honestly though, I think men are unconsciously attracted to women who: 1)appear to be healthy baby-carriers; 2) possess long lasting survival traits and 3) are physically attractive for reproductive advantage.
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I have, staying vaguely on topic, just rediscovered the greatest suggestive line in the history of film. From Monty Python and the Holy Grail, which goes without saying.ZOOT: What is your name, handsome knight?

GALAHAD: Sir Galahad the Chaste!

ZOOT: Mine is Zoot... just Zoot.
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If we all liked the same types life would be a bit boring. Some women prefer a beer barrel to a six pack, you have more fun with a beer barrel but that view may be influenced by my general build.:-3 Men have always been fascinated by amazonian type women and both attracted and repelled by self confident women, either oh yeah you're a bit of all right or thoroughly intimidated by them. The first bossy woman they meet is their mother and there is a deep seated instinct to do what you are told by a bossy woman that is resented and results in a Kind of love hate attitude to women. So the ones that ctiticise well built muscular women are perhaps just rationalising the fact they would have no chance in the mating game because they are fat bastards with BO and receding hailrlines. She's all right but I prefer curvier myself.

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spot;1354696 wrote:

British humour relies to a large extent on the put-upon working class Nora Batty figure, about whom there was nothing erotic whatsoever.


What about the wrinkled hose ?.....cor!!!
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spot;1354729 wrote: I have, staying vaguely on topic, just rediscovered the greatest suggestive line in the history of film. From Monty Python and the Holy Grail, which goes without saying.ZOOT: What is your name, handsome knight?

GALAHAD: Sir Galahad the Chaste!

ZOOT: Mine is Zoot... just Zoot.


I'm able to corrupt even the most innocent of statements, but that one escapes me.
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The first bossy woman they meet is their mother and there is a deep seated instinct to do what you are told by a bossy woman that is resented and results in a Kind of love hate attitude to women.


Ah yes, the secret of the good old female Jedi Mind trick.

She's all right but I prefer curvier myself.


It's the boney look for me too. I can't see how women think that's attractive. I think it's attractive to some men because they look weak and nonthreatening. To me it screams ill health.
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Bruv;1354741 wrote: What about the wrinkled hose ?.....cor!!!
My word you have problems.
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