September 16, 2010

Let's reenact sex scenes from the movies and see how good it would be in real life.

Now, let's see... which movie scenes....

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Oh, good lord. It's like they wanted it to be bad.

The magazine is Glamour. I'm reading it because it's on the table in front of me at the hair salon (right next to that Architectural Digest).

18 comments:

mesquito said...

I noticed the latest issue of Cosmo has nearly 700 pages. What's up with that?

rhhardin said...

There's a pair of scissors on the table next to the mouse; if some bit of hair sometime feels too long, I cut it down and drop the clipping in the wastebasket.

I never see a woman's magazine outside the grocery.

Of course I'm a natural blond. Not everybody can do that.

TRO said...

The most realistic sex scene I have ever seen in movies is the one from Fatal Attraction. Pure animal lust. Too bad both Glenn Close and Michael Douglas are so damn ugly.

Then again that's realistic too.

HKatz said...

How about re-enacting the sex scene between Otto and Wanda from A Fish Called Wanda.

The man would get to drape black lingerie over his face and say, "Benito Mussolini!" as part of foreplay, and then sing "Volare" in the middle of having sex. And the woman would be totally turned on by this.

DaveO said...

What, no "Ghost" with the pottery wheel?

Big Mike said...

Does it count if the sex scene is from "Debbie Does Dallas"?

Irene said...

My favorite "sex scene" is a from Summertime: Venice, an Italian stallion, fireworks, and a shoe left on the balcony.

Not vulgar. Sweet.

MamaM said...

"...but we did laugh all the way to the bed."

Skin contact and shared laughter, a pair of old favorites.

traditionalguy said...

Ellen Barkin and Dennis Quaid in the Big Easy had my all time favorite sex scene. That scene shows how us southern men do it.

Kirk Parker said...

"Don't move."

EDH said...

"Let's reenact sex scenes from the movies and see how good it would be in real life."

The magazine is Glamour. I'm reading it because it's on the table in front of me...

What's good about this TV scene, you can reenact it, even if you're alone with a Glamour magazine.

GEORGE: (Slowly shakes his head) My mother caught me.

JERRY: "Caught" you? Doing what?

GEORGE: You know. (All three give him blank stares) I was alone..

ELAINE: (Making a face of surprise) You mean..?!

GEORGE: (Nods) Uh-huh.

KRAMER: (Laughing) She caught you?

(Elaine laughs with Kramer)

JERRY: Where?

GEORGE: (Not really wanting to embellish) ..I stopped by the house to drop the car off, and I went inside for a few minutes.. Nobody was there - they're supposed to be working. (Jerry and Elaine look at each other - enjoying the story)

My mother had a Glamour magazine, I started leafing through it..

JERRY: "Glamour"?

edutcher said...

There was a movie called "The Advocate" about France in the time of the Black Death.

Colin Firth is awakened by a scullery maid. Very much in the manner of "Tom Jones", sexy and funny.

If The Blonde and I were younger (and a lot more limber)...

Palladian said...

I sure hope "Blue Velvet" is on the list.

Glamour, indeed.

Scott M said...

Cooking an egg, two slices of beacon, and some hashbrowns on her stomach a la Hotshots. Best sex/food evah.

Kirk Parker said...

Scott M,

Don't you mean Tampopo?

former law student said...

Considering the professor apparently spent much of yesterday at the beauty parlor, I'd like to see a new front page pic.

c3 said...

This reminds me of a question I've asked students (I've been involved in teaching med students on "Doctors in Film"):

"Can you name a film that portrays a "strong" marriage without a scene involving sex (actual or implies)?"

Megaera said...

@c3: "Topper" and, if you will accept the wife's pregnancy as a "non-implication" of a sex-scene, there's "Dragonfly." In non-married, longterm relationships, there's "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir." Oops. Seems to be a lot of death and consequent inability to copulate involved in these. Hmm. Will give this some more thought.