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"Please don't be really annoyed just because I get hit on all the time by thousands of guys who I send over the edge with the 125 sex moves I learned from my orgasm whisperer."
From the article:“I think it comes down to being voluptuous, and if your body’s a certain way, then things can go distasteful in a second.”This is what she looks like.She's talking about herself like she's a plus-size model. Either she's lying to try and make herself more likeable or she had an eating disorder.
“I love therapy!” she said. “I’m very in touch with my feelings...here’s nothing like going in and sitting down and talking to someone who has no emotional tie to your life.”Because financial ties can't influence someone as much as an emotional tie, right?
There is a certain perception that says beauty means not smart. This could be reinforced by the parts she is asked to play. How does she cope with that? The typical Hollywood answer is I’m a victim.
too much analysistoo much moneytoo much time on her hands, obviouslyBut then, I'm a guy. I never have been good and fielding those "no good answer" questions from my love interests. The ones that start, "Am I too..." and "Is my .... too big...""Are my ... too small ...""Do you think that...."
I've always thought Eva was really hot. It's too bad she's not accepted as a better actress. I'm not in the acting industry, but I'm very skeptical that most of acting has much to do with talent. If Julia Roberts or Halley Barry are considered good actresses, then it seems to me that just about anyone can be considered good. I think Eva needs a better agent. Or something.
If Ms. Mendes ever feels bad about her body, she should give me a call.I’ll be right over to comforter.
If she wants to talk to someone with no emotional tie to her life she can just ring up her agent.And that's not an accent; it's a speech impediment.
People hate me because I'm beautiful.Well, at least that's what I tell myself anyways.
For some reason all the women I meet seem to need therapy to appreciate my stunning beauty.
I love therapy!” she said. “I’m very in touch with my feelings... there’s nothing like going in and sitting down and talking to someone who has no emotional tie to your life.”Oh for the love of God... once upon a time, therapy was intended to be a treatment for a disorder. But even back when I was a kid, it's been used as a plaything for the rich and self-absorbed.Why does something that's supposed to be a medical treatment have to be turned into a toy for the self-indulgent? And how do we think the therapists feel about that? "Man, I went to college to learn how to help sick people, not to end up listening to some narcissist whine for half an hour."
Hey, why hasn't ricpic (my ungrateful critic) showed up yet to complain I just coasted on that 8:10?Heh.
Oh man, Kelly LeBrock. So many good good memories.
Will she be able to get therapy when Zero gets his healthcare bill passed?
You can tell right away that she's trouble.
Neither them bitches can hold a candle to the hair or accent of my girl, Rula Lenska.
Rula Lenska was awesome that husky voice of hers was dreamy.
Rula Lenska! An early crush; can't remember the series, but it was some BBC comedy with her and two other women in an "all girl rock band!" and I, at 10?, was enthralled. Excellent memory.
Wasn't that Kelly Le Brock, who was conjured up by horny pre-teens in the movie "Weird Science" and who was briefly married to Steven Seagal, with whom she starred in "Hard to Kill"? (I have seen all these Seagal movies uncounted times; my demented husband finds them diverting and can't remember he's seen them before.) In which she delivers the in-joke line "Wouldn't you like a little pussy?" and then puts a kitten on the "comatose" bearded Seagal's shoulder.
Imdb says that Kelly LeBrock was born in NY, but raised in the UK. Her parents are Irish and French Canadian. So, those conflicting influences may help explain her particular accent.
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