I'll have Ingrid, Hedy, Linda Darnell, the Hay... girls, and Martha Vickers. Hold the Mayo. <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />
I love these posts, Veritas. Thanks <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/sp_thumb.gif" alt="" />
I'll hold onto the Mayo for you. Long legs, nice chest, angelic face. Very nice. Thank you for the Carole Landis photos. She was a babe. Deanna Durbin was always cute but what a babe she was in her later years. Well, later years on screen that is. The ones of Rhonda Fleming are nice but you need to see her in color because of her gorgeous titian hair:
"I still think women of yesteryear had far more class than many of today's vixens"
Man, these are great! Thanks, I luv these beauties. <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/sp_sign0173.gif" alt="" />
Beth: Well of course there is a difference. Pretty means pretty. Cute means pretty but short and/or hyperactive - like me. Lisa Miller: Uh huh. What is beautiful? B: Beautiful means pretty and tall. L: Gorgeous? B: Pretty with great hair. L: Striking? B: Pretty with a big nose. L: Voluptuous? B: Pretty and fat. L: Sexy? B: Pretty and easy. L: Exotic? B: Ugly (NewsRadio)
Lucy Liu | Giada di Laurentiis | Marisa Miller | Sarah Shahi | Katy Perry
Scarlett Johansson | Alison Brie | Audrina Patridge | Christina Aguilera | Elisha Cuthbert | Salma Hayek | Hayden Panettiere | Elizabeth Hurley | Diora Baird | Kristen Bell | Jennifer Love Hewitt | Isla Fisher | Megan Fox | Olivia Wilde | Tina Fey | Minka Kelly | Kelly Kelly | Michelle Trachtenberg | Emma Stone | Christina Hendricks | Miranda Kerr
Adele Jergens, Marguerite Chapman--I had to dig deep into the ashes of my brain to recover those. Marie Wilson was one of my special favorites. The best of the not so dumb blondes. What a shock when I realized what My Friend Irma really looked like. There is nothing better about todays women but the technical quality of the pictures. Many, many thanks.
When we remember that we are all mad, the mysteries disappear and life stands explained.
The man who doesn't read good books has no advantage over the man who can't--Two by Mark Twain