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Who is your dream girl/guy?
#1
Right. You have (supposedly) the opportunity to spend the day AND NIGHT with anyone in the world, at any time of their lives. Who would you pick? (And no dead Mums or Dads etc. There must be a night of long hot moaning groaning SEX at the end of it, so that rules close relatives out, at least for me it does).
My answer? SHIRLEY MacLAINE. In 1978 she appeared on tv getting interviewed (again) by Michael Parkinson. I almost fell off my chair at how utterly beautiful and sexy and funny and charming she was. She made a few double entendres and took over completely. At the end of it I honestly felt that I had been blindfolded and spun round extremely fast for ten minutes then had the blindfold removed. My brain refused to function properly and I could only stare in bewilderment at the tv in a state of rapture.
I can't forget it so it's Shirley for me! Love3 109Hibye
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#2
That's an interesting start.

Shirley MacLaine? I'm not seeing it but at least you have numerous lifetimes to catch up with her.

I'll have to think about mine. It was George C. but I 'm afraid he's getting a little old for me.
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#3


Mine isn't a celebrity & I'd like to do him until his eyes rolled back in his head or he pulled my hair, whichever comes first.

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#4
I love Paul Stanley. I might stray but I always come back to him.

People like John Lennon, Bono and Princess Diana are like family to me. I love them but as I love a family member. I feel a strong loyalty to those folk.
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#5
(03-08-2014, 05:04 PM)kevvome Wrote: I can't forget it so it's Shirley for me! Love3 109Hibye

Surely an interesting choice; not in a bad way.

I like MacLaine alright. She was kinda sexy even as a wise-cracking ball-busting nun in "Two Mules for Sister Sara" (really like that film). I understand your attraction.

I surely like Jones, too. Temple -- not so much, but she's dead now, so that's kinda sad.

I'm not sexually attracted to any Shirleys, but the ones that I think woulda been the most fun to get caught up with in a zany caper are:

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Funny ladies (both dead).

Anyway, my dream guy is for real and not perfect -- if he were, he probably wouldn't be my dream guy.

As for my idea of famous dream boats, Sam Elliott (still), Benecio Del Toro (don't know why), Jeff Bridges, Viggo Mortensen...and a few old, outta shape, grey or balding guys who tell great stories with their music, which never ceases to turn me way on.
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#6
(03-08-2014, 06:03 PM)Duchess Wrote:

Mine isn't a celebrity & I'd like to do him until his eyes rolled back in his head or he pulled my hair, whichever comes first.

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mmmmmm....intriguing Duchess! There must be a reason why you won't tell us his name. Is it someone from MOCK? It IS isn't it? OOOOOOOHH, go on..tell me!! pm me and let me know his name (and address) and I won't tell anyone.....FOR A PRICE. But wait. Eyes rolling in the back in his head.....pulling your hair......IT'S ME ISN'T IT? Oh darling, at such short notice. But what about the age difference between us? One night of sizzling hot sex, all the kissing and licking and sucking and hot sweaty horizontal shuffling could be fatal. But if you die, you die. So I'll take my chance. I'm yours, you're mine. Blowing-kisses
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#7
(03-08-2014, 06:28 PM)aussiefriend Wrote: I love Paul Stanley. I might stray but I always come back to him.

People like John Lennon, Bono and Princess Diana are like family to me. I love them but as I love a family member. I feel a strong loyalty to those folk.
Interesting three names Aussie. Lennon was great. Bono is a pretentious fuck. Di was a disaster just waiting to happen, so they got to her first. Paul Stanley? I don't know anything about him.. Why is he so special to you?
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#8
(03-09-2014, 08:59 AM)kevvome Wrote: Is it someone from MOCK?


Contrary to the belief of some, I wouldn't dream of pooping where I eat.
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#9
(03-08-2014, 09:33 PM)HairOfTheDog Wrote:
(03-08-2014, 05:04 PM)kevvome Wrote: I can't forget it so it's Shirley for me! Love3 109Hibye

Surely an interesting choice; not in a bad way.

I like MacLaine alright. She was kinda sexy even as a wise-cracking ball-busting nun in "Two Mules for Sister Sara" (really like that film). I understand your attraction.

I surely like Jones, too. Temple -- not so much, but she's dead now, so that's kinda sad.

I'm not sexually attracted to any Shirleys, but the ones that I think woulda been the most fun to get caught up with in a zany caper are:

[Image: 5007383_std.jpg]

[Image: booth-as-hazel.jpg]

Funny ladies (both dead).

Anyway, my dream guy is for real and not perfect -- if he were, he probably wouldn't be my dream guy.

As for my idea of famous dream boats, Sam Elliott (still), Benecio Del Toro (don't know why), Jeff Bridges, Viggo Mortensen...and a few old, outta shape, grey or balding guys who tell great stories with their music, which never ceases to turn me way on.
Know all the male names except Benecio Del Toro! You mention old outta shape grey or balding guys who tell great stories with their music. Where the hell do you know me from? And yeah, who wants a PERFECT guy/gal? My ideal woman only needs a great sense of humour and an average figure and looks and I'll go for her every time. With one exception though. Oh Shirley.....where are you darlin'?
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#10
Well, you're a loyal one. I'll give you that, kevvome.

Still hot for a woman that you've never met, based on a 10 minute interview nearly 40 years ago.

Here ya go.

[Image: Shirley-Maclaine.jpg]

A little fix for you -- you seem to be Jonesing for some Shirley.



P.s. if you experience an erection for 4 hours or more, consult your physician -- Mock is in no way responsible for her members' physical responses to images posted.
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#11
Marilyn Monroe in her prime. Never mind the hollywood sex kitten stuff, this girl had presidents, sports heroes and mobsters fighting over her. That's quite a playlist. She must have had one hell of a talented vagina.
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#12
I forgot Sam Cooke, I love him.
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#13
(03-09-2014, 09:18 AM)kevvome Wrote:
(03-08-2014, 06:28 PM)aussiefriend Wrote: I love Paul Stanley. I might stray but I always come back to him.

People like John Lennon, Bono and Princess Diana are like family to me. I love them but as I love a family member. I feel a strong loyalty to those folk.
Interesting three names Aussie. Lennon was great. Bono is a pretentious fuck. Di was a disaster just waiting to happen, so they got to her first. Paul Stanley? I don't know anything about him.. Why is he so special to you?

I didn't say I would DO Lennon or Bono and he is not a pretentious fuck! He is the real deal. Di was not a disaster, she was also the real deal trying to find happiness, God bless her, and she did her bit to make the world a better place. I said these people are like family to me which means I love and care about them but as family not as that other thing you were referring to.
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#14
So, aussie -- John Lennon, Bono, Princess Diana, Oprah, Joel Osteen -- all like family members to you.

How so?

Just curious. I've never thought of any famous people as family members, except maybe Jean Stapleton as Edith Bunker because she reminded me a lot of my great aunt Ruth.
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(03-09-2014, 02:09 PM)HairOfTheDog Wrote: So, aussie -- John Lennon, Bono, Princess Diana, Oprah, Joel Osteen -- all like family members to you.

How so?

Just curious. I've never thought of any famous people as family members, except maybe Jean Stapleton as Edith Bunker because she reminded me a lot of my great aunt Ruth.


You forget you're talking to the certifiable crazy lady here. She has Lennon, Bono and Diana over for dinner every Sunday. Doesn't matter that 2 are loooong dead, she still has them for Sunday dinner. You can't reason with the crazy lady.
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#16
(03-09-2014, 03:41 PM)FAHQTOO Wrote:
(03-09-2014, 02:09 PM)HairOfTheDog Wrote: So, aussie -- John Lennon, Bono, Princess Diana, Oprah, Joel Osteen -- all like family members to you.

How so?

Just curious. I've never thought of any famous people as family members, except maybe Jean Stapleton as Edith Bunker because she reminded me a lot of my great aunt Ruth.


You forget you're talking to the certifiable crazy lady here. She has Lennon, Bono and Diana over for dinner every Sunday. Doesn't matter that 2 are loooong dead, she still has them for Sunday dinner. You can't reason with the crazy lady.

You evil cow! They are/were real people and I could relate to their humanity and kindness. As for the living, they are just people, yes some are well known. Big deal so what?

HoTD, I was deeply affected by John Lennon's death. It was like the death of a personal friend. I was still a young teenager and my parents knew me enough to know how deeply this had affected me. Obviously crying, sad and a very heart wrenching time. At the time I was grounded for being caught skipping school to go to a KISS concert, all punishments were immediately removed because of this catastrophic event. Some days I still am haunted by that day.
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#17
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Well, you're a loyal one. I'll give you that, kevvome.

Still hot for a woman that you've never met, based on a 10 minute interview nearly 40 years ago.

Here ya go.

[Image: Shirley-Maclaine.jpg]

A little fix for you -- you seem to be Jonesing for some Shirley.



P.s. if you experience an erection for 4 hours or more, consult your physician -- Mock is in no way responsible for her members' physical responses to images posted.
[/quote Many thanks for the Shirley pic HOTD. So hot I couldn't even kiss the screen. As for getting an erection for 4 hours or more and going to see my physician, hell....it was my physician that caused the erection, she's really sexy.
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#18
(03-09-2014, 07:05 PM)aussiefriend Wrote: I was still a young teenager and my parents knew me enough to know how deeply this had affected me. Obviously crying, sad and a very heart wrenching time. At the time I was grounded for being caught skipping school to go to a KISS concert, all punishments were immediately removed because of this catastrophic event. Some days I still am haunted by that day.

Sooooo...you're parents were nutfucks too. And enablers..
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#19
No, they grounded me for taking time off school for going to see KISS.

Regarding John Lennon, that doesn't make sense you know old Crash, you gotta brush up on your communication skills, you're slippin'.

Addit: And if you weren't affected by John Lennon's death it's you that's the nutfuck not my parents.
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#20
(03-09-2014, 07:31 PM)aussiefriend Wrote: No, they grounded me for taking time off school for going to see KISS.

Regarding John Lennon, that doesn't make sense you know old Crash, you gotta brush up on your communication skills, you're slippin'.

Addit: And if you weren't affected by John Lennon's death it's you that's the nutfuck not my parents.


This evil cow thinks you're even more fucked up than you were before posts #16 and #17...crazy lady.

P.S. The whole world didn't worship Lennon, just so you know, crazy lady.
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