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mattclary
08-09-2007, 07:26 AM
OK, one way or another, we have to admit Brad Pitt has to be the luckiest dude on the face of the planet. He didn't just score one of the hottest two chicks alive, he scored TWO of them.

The question is, if you were Brad Pitt, who would you have chosen?

Myself, I have to pick Jen. I may have strayed a little on the set of Mr. & Mrs. Smith, but think I would have rather spent the rest of my life with Jen. :thumbsup:

archijam
08-09-2007, 07:37 AM
You are a sick, sick man.

Do I have to guess the name that it tattooed on your other shoulder? ;)

j.

ps. Who is Jennifer Aniston?

Hipcheck
08-09-2007, 07:40 AM
Jen. Definately, Jen.

*Pete*
08-09-2007, 07:41 AM
Another example of a professional using more than one "tool".

some pros are using LW and Maya, Brad is/was using Jolie and Jen....nothing special there ;)

the question is...if Brad decides to pick up a third..erhm.."tool"..who would it be?

mattclary
08-09-2007, 07:47 AM
Another example of a professional using more than one "tool".

some pros are using LW and Maya, Brad is/was using Jolie and Jen....nothing special there ;)

the question is...if Brad decides to pick up a third..erhm.."tool"..who would it be?

That would be a tough call. Really hard to top those two. They are both on my list.

Not sure I buy the "It's the artist, not the tool" argument in this case. ;) If anything, I think Brad may be a bit of a tool...

Sil3
08-09-2007, 07:56 AM
Neither...

I would pick up Jennifer Connelly :bowdown: ...but unfortunatly she is not on the poll :cry:

:D

riki
08-09-2007, 08:09 AM
I thought this was another one of those viagra threads :)

Signal to Noise
08-09-2007, 08:15 AM
...
The question is, if you were Brad Pitt, who would you have chosen?
...

If I were Brad I'd come out of the closet and choose George Clooney as my life partner.

Iain
08-09-2007, 08:17 AM
Is it just me that thinks the Aniston one is completely unattractive then?
Nice hair I suppose.

JohnMarchant
08-09-2007, 08:29 AM
There are quite a few that are better than them both. Rhona Mitra,Penelope Cruz to name just 2. If you want Fun,dirty and intelligent go for Angelina but for life long probably Jen, although i personally think she is RATS

JohnMarchant
08-09-2007, 08:29 AM
Sorry RATS is navy term for UGLY :):):)

Iain
08-09-2007, 08:40 AM
I'd plump for Monica Bellucci myself (given half a chance.)

mattclary
08-09-2007, 08:58 AM
i personally think she is RATS

Did you ever watch "Friends"????? :twak:

Iain
08-09-2007, 09:05 AM
Did you ever watch "Friends"????? :twak:

I did. It was hilaaaarious. There was a kooky one, a sarcastic one, a ditzy one......nnmm....mmmmggggg.....nmmnrrrrrraaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaghhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

:2guns:

Iain
08-09-2007, 09:23 AM
OK, one way or another, we have to admit Brad Pitt has to be the luckiest dude on the face of the planet.

Sorry but I have to pick a hole here.
Who needs luck when you are widely regarded as a match (in physical attractiveness terms) for any female, you are talented, successful, rich and, by all accounts, a really grounded, decent bloke too?

Call me metrosexual but I reckon they're bloody lucky to have him!

mattclary
08-09-2007, 10:19 AM
Sorry but I have to pick a hole here.
Who needs luck when you are widely regarded as a match (in physical attractiveness terms) for any female, you are talented, successful, rich and, by all accounts, a really grounded, decent bloke too?

Call me metrosexual but I reckon they're bloody lucky to have him!

Pretty lucky that he wound up attractive, wouldn't you say? ;)

iconoclasty
08-09-2007, 10:38 AM
I would trade them both in for Jessica Alba.

Hipcheck
08-09-2007, 10:46 AM
I'd plump for Monica Bellucci myself (given half a chance.)

Well, in that case... Scarlett Johansson makes me go Ball Park Frank

:thumbsup:

MysteryMonkey
08-09-2007, 11:15 AM
Definitely Jennifer! But we all have our ideal and preferences.

And just to spoil the fantasy for you Jolie fans.

#1. Billy Bob Thornton said "Sleeping with Angelina Jolie is Like '****ing the Couch" in an interview with Esquire magazine.

AND

#2. Billy Bob Thornton has already been there :-(

As far as the Poll goes, it would be even more interesting if the poll was also broken down into the ages of the responders that voted for Jennifer or Jolie.

colkai
08-09-2007, 11:15 AM
Always had a soft spot for Jane Seymour myself, or Rachel Weisz :)
Or Claudia Schiffer ...MMmmmmmmm

gerry_g
08-09-2007, 12:07 PM
Think you all need glasses.....or a white stick and a seeing eye dog...........which ever you can afford........ ASAP

Stooch
08-09-2007, 11:23 PM
lips win for me.

angelina.

although i did ponder the niceties of jennifer, especially back when office space just came out. she just looks a bit homely compared to angelina. plus her first name isnt as cool. last name is debatable. breast size is a final but decisive factor.

cholo
08-09-2007, 11:40 PM
Angelina here too. Although if I could choose anyone I'd go for Zooey Deschannel (How do you pronounce that anyway?)

Cougar12dk
08-09-2007, 11:43 PM
Angelina's lips are hidious to me and it's all I can see when I look at her ugly mug.

Jennifer is a classic beauty.

I really don't care a whole lot about the tits... as long as they're not just nipples on a otherwise flat chest.

If they're big, where the hell does one begin?? I've tried a big breasted woman and what the hell?!?! Nothing special besides her chest. Really.

Stooch
08-10-2007, 12:45 AM
small is nice. "healthy sized" is better.

Cougar12dk
08-10-2007, 12:49 AM
Heh :) Not sure what healthy size is ;)

As long as they don't look like they'll endanger her knees when she nears her 50th birthday, I'm okay with that.

-EsHrA-
08-10-2007, 01:38 AM
who?

mlon

Cougar12dk
08-10-2007, 02:19 AM
Their large breasts

starbase1
08-10-2007, 06:13 AM
I did. It was hilaaaarious. There was a kooky one, a sarcastic one, a ditzy one......nnmm....mmmmggggg.....nmmnrrrrrraaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaghhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

:2guns:

I think you are getting confused...

There was the first thirty something one pretending to act like a goofy teenager, the second thirty something one pretending to act like a goofy teenager, the third thirty something one pretending to act like a goofy teenager, the fourth thirty something one pretending to act like a goofy teenager, the fifth thirty something one pretending to act like a goofy teenager, and the sixth thirty something one pretending to act like a goofy teenager.

It was the biggest talent free zone since the spice girls broke up.

When people describe Jennifer Aniston as a ten, I can only assume they are refering to her IQ.

Then you get the hiilarious follow on where they try to get proper acting jobs in real films and stuff. Now THAT was funny.

DogBoy
08-10-2007, 06:37 AM
Then you get the hiilarious follow on where they try to get proper acting jobs in real films and stuff. Now THAT was funny.

Come now, Office Space was a good movie. Our Jen weren't too bad in that either.

mattclary
08-10-2007, 07:44 AM
I think you are getting confused...

There was the first thirty something one pretending to act like a goofy teenager, the second thirty something one pretending to act like a goofy teenager, the third thirty something one pretending to act like a goofy teenager, the fourth thirty something one pretending to act like a goofy teenager, the fifth thirty something one pretending to act like a goofy teenager, and the sixth thirty something one pretending to act like a goofy teenager.

It was the biggest talent free zone since the spice girls broke up.

When people describe Jennifer Aniston as a ten, I can only assume they are refering to her IQ.

Then you get the hiilarious follow on where they try to get proper acting jobs in real films and stuff. Now THAT was funny.

You're confusing "Friends" for "Beverly Hills 90210". Had you ever actually watched it, you would know that they all were playing age appropriate roles. Friends was a great series, calling it "talent free" is ludicrous. if you are from the UK, you may just not appreciate the humor, much as we yanks don't get yours.

riki
08-10-2007, 07:45 AM
How about Hilary V's Paris?

I wouldn't want to choose either, but if you had to choose?? :p

MysteryMonkey
08-10-2007, 07:56 AM
. . . How about Hilary V's Paris? . . .

Are you suggesting a Death Match between the two? :D

Cougar12dk
08-10-2007, 07:56 AM
No need.... Paris is almost braindead as it is.

Iain
08-10-2007, 07:58 AM
I don't think American humour is that different from ours.
Napoleon Dynamite is the funniest thing ever made. On TV, My Name is Earl is good and Seinfeld and The Muppets were brilliant.

As was A.L.F.

Friends was funny for a series then it was just smug crap that only teenage girls didn't seem to tire of.

(Oh - all of the above is mho of course!)

mattclary
08-10-2007, 07:59 AM
How about Hilary V's Paris?

I wouldn't want to choose either, but if you had to choose?? :p

Hilary Duff? I'll take her any day over Paris. She's a beautiful girl.

Cougar12dk
08-10-2007, 08:00 AM
Well ******* :) She sure is

mattclary
08-10-2007, 08:01 AM
I don't think American humour is that different from ours.
Napoleon Dynamite is the funniest thing ever made. On TV, My Name is Earl is good and Seinfeld and The Muppets were brilliant.

As was A.L.F.

Friends was funny for a series then it was just smug crap that only teenage girls didn't seem to tire of.

(Oh - all of the above is mho of course!)

Napoleon Dynamite was kind of funny, but not overly so to me.

My Name is Earl is probably my favorite TV show right now!

Seinfeld was good, but I much prefer Friends

Never cared for ALF. The Muppets had their moments...

Iain
08-10-2007, 08:02 AM
A lot of people seem to confuse beautiful with having very white teeth, lots of make up and an expensive coiffure.

mattclary
08-10-2007, 08:09 AM
A lot of people seem to confuse beautiful with having very white teeth, lots of make up and an expensive coiffure.

So you don't think Hilary is beautiful? Will you give me "pretty"?

Iain
08-10-2007, 08:12 AM
Sure, but I won't give you Friends over Seinfeld. :hey:

starbase1
08-10-2007, 08:22 AM
You're confusing "Friends" for "Beverly Hills 90210". Had you ever actually watched it, you would know that they all were playing age appropriate roles. Friends was a great series, calling it "talent free" is ludicrous. if you are from the UK, you may just not appreciate the humor, much as we yanks don't get yours.

Never seen the other one, but it is pretty hard to avoid 'friends'. And I maintain they acted like dumb brain dead teenagers. Moronic scripts, ridiculous one dimensional characters. 99% of the time what happens next was 100% predictable. If people of that age really behavbe like that in the USA, I think you have just lowered my opinion of an entire country at a stroke...

Now with "Earle" you have quality! You really don't know how an episode will end, there is real character development, and it is actually funny! There is more wit in one well placed line in Earle than in an entire series of 'Morons'.

riki
08-10-2007, 08:23 AM
Yeah I'd probably choose Hilary over Paris.

starbase1
08-10-2007, 08:25 AM
A lot of people seem to confuse beautiful with having very white teeth, lots of make up and an expensive coiffure.

Now that's deeply unfair.

US television has come a long way from 'hair' actresses, (Dallas, Dysentry). Why, there are those 'jiggle' actresses, whose only discernable ability is to run along a beach in slow motion for a start.

mattclary
08-10-2007, 08:33 AM
Never seen the other one, but it is pretty hard to avoid 'friends'. And I maintain they acted like dumb brain dead teenagers. Moronic scripts, ridiculous one dimensional characters. 99% of the time what happens next was 100% predictable. If people of that age really behavbe like that in the USA, I think you have just lowered my opinion of an entire country at a stroke...

Now with "Earle" you have quality! You really don't know how an episode will end, there is real character development, and it is actually funny! There is more wit in one well placed line in Earle than in an entire series of 'Morons'.

Sorry, I just don't think you get it. In the one with the cheesecake, where Joey pulls out the fork and says, "What do we have here?"... Sorry, comedy gold.

MysteryMonkey
08-10-2007, 08:38 AM
Sorry, I just don't think you get it. In the one with the cheesecake, where Joey pulls out the fork and says, "What do we have here?"... Sorry, comedy gold.

Is THAT where Hasselhoff got the idea?

Iain
08-10-2007, 08:40 AM
Sorry, I just don't think you get it. In the one with the cheesecake, where Joey pulls out the fork and says, "What do we have here?"... Sorry, comedy gold.

If that's your idea of comedy gold, no wonder you didn't think Napoleon Dynamite was very funny!
kin ell.

riki
08-10-2007, 08:41 AM
'Friends' is a classic, great comedy. I never seen 90210 though.

JohnMarchant
08-10-2007, 08:47 AM
Yeah i saw friends once, not my cup of tea at all. Like ian said Monica Bellucci, now there is a woman to get all drippy about :):).

Its a matter af taste and jen is not mine

Jim_C
08-10-2007, 08:49 AM
"I quit girls for Brad." (http://www.nowmagazine.co.uk/celeb_news/Angelina_Jolie_I_quit_girls_for_Brad_Pitt_article_ 135910.html)


When Brangelina first emerged I would have voted 'Angelina'. But since then she has really emaciated herself into something a bit odd. Kinda creepy now, imho.
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Friends over Seinfeld.

I just never laughed much at Friends. Some, but not much.
The one sitcom that made me laugh as hard as Seinfeld use to is.. Arrested Develpment.

CMT
08-10-2007, 08:49 AM
For a one-nighter ,I'd go with Angie. For long term, I'd go with Jen. Cuz ain't no way I'd want to spend the rest of my life adopting someone else's kids and not having any of my own. I don't matter though, cuz I got someone better than both combined at home anyway! :)

Friends was OK. Sienfeld was genius. How you could make a series which was about nothing into something so hilarious is just genius.

Kuzey
08-10-2007, 08:52 AM
US television has come a long way from 'hair' actresses

Wasn't Friends just about hair...on and off the show :D

Those so called actors have come a long way since Friends died. I mean with all the quality projects they were involved in and all the stardom and fame they lost since the tv days tells you how good they are.....not :hey:

My Name is Earl is fantastic and so is Little Britain...got to love the English for that one :hey:

Jennifer is ugly in both looks and personality, not to mention skill/talent.



Kuzey

Iain
08-10-2007, 08:54 AM
'Friends' is a classic, great comedy.

That's just abuse of the word classic. Classic is timeless stuff like Chaplin, Laurel and Hardy, The Marx Brothers, maybe even some American 60s stuff like Billy Wilder's vehicles for the stars of the time but very few recent comedies should be regarded as classic in my opinion.

Monty Python would quailfy, as would Fawlty Towers and Blackadder, but Friends? Come on! It'll be our Rhoda in another few years.

riki
08-10-2007, 09:03 AM
Its a matter af taste and jen is not mine

I prefer Asian girls myself, which is probably why I ended up in Japan.

mattclary
08-10-2007, 10:24 AM
Jennifer is ugly in both looks and personality, not to mention skill/talent.



OK, dude, you're crossing a line now. :devil:

MysteryMonkey
08-10-2007, 10:39 AM
. . . Jennifer is ugly in both looks and personality, not to mention skill/talent. . .

Ah, so you prefer a woman that used to make out with her brother and wore a vial of Billy Bob Thornton's blood around her neck? The stable type right? :rolleyes:

mattclary
08-10-2007, 10:43 AM
Hell, I don't care if he prefers Angelina, but to say Jen is ugly... I'm at a loss for words. Makes me doubt his masculinity. :stop:

Stooch
08-10-2007, 12:39 PM
you sure got a purty maauth.

avkills
08-10-2007, 01:11 PM
Jennifer for sure; But I'd take Hilary over her. Paris could die and I would not notice.

-mark

Signal to Noise
08-10-2007, 01:16 PM
The one positive in choosing Jen over Angelina is that you wouldn't have to worry about all the third-world adopted children running around you as you're trying to do the 'humpty dance'.

SBowie
08-10-2007, 01:35 PM
Monty Python would quailfy, as would Fawlty Towers and Blackadder, but Friends?Hear, hear! :thumbsup:

You can keep Seinfeld, too ... but leave me "Mrs. Richards" and "the Germans," please and thank you.

SBowie
08-10-2007, 01:37 PM
Napoleon Dynamite is the funniest thing ever made.sigh ... and we were doing so well. Well, at least we agree one "Earl."

pumeco
08-10-2007, 03:36 PM
The question is, if you were Brad Pitt, who would you have chosen?
Sorry dude, you need to add a third option : None of them.

If I was Brad Pitt, I certainly wouldn't marry either of those two, but if I was 'forced' to marry one of them, then the lucky lady would have to be Angelina. I agree with the other two here; Jennifer Connelly is much better. But even that goddess isn't as good the ONLY famous person I'd marry, and that's the beauty in this music video :

Left Click & Save To Disk - DO NOT STREAM (http://files.alsou-singer.ru/video/alsou_samoye_glavnoye.avi)

Trust me, she's REALLY worth the download, you guys HAVE to see her in this video (REAL beauty guaranteed) :hey:
Looks gorgeous, sounds gorgeous, and has a nice personality to boot (the perfect woman), what more could a guy ask for?



I prefer Asian girls myself, which is probably why I ended up in Japan.lol - nice one :D

toby
08-10-2007, 06:34 PM
I think you are getting confused...

There was the first thirty something one pretending to act like a goofy teenager, the second thirty something one pretending to act like a goofy teenager, the third thirty something one pretending to act like a goofy teenager, the fourth thirty something one pretending to act like a goofy teenager, the fifth thirty something one pretending to act like a goofy teenager, and the sixth thirty something one pretending to act like a goofy teenager.

It was the biggest talent free zone since the spice girls broke up.

When people describe Jennifer Aniston as a ten, I can only assume they are refering to her IQ.

Then you get the hiilarious follow on where they try to get proper acting jobs in real films and stuff. Now THAT was funny.
What was good about the show was the comedy writing. Very funny stuff. Almost as funny as Arrested Development.

Titus
08-10-2007, 06:52 PM
Scarlet Johanson http://www.newtek.com/forums/images/smilies/brians/007.gif

IMI
08-10-2007, 07:03 PM
Paula Zahn. :thumbsup:

prospector
08-10-2007, 11:25 PM
You people are way way off...
Gina Lollobrigida was #1 on the planet.

Kuzey
08-11-2007, 03:55 AM
Hell, I don't care if he prefers Angelina, but to say Jen is ugly... I'm at a loss for words. Makes me doubt his masculinity. :stop:


Don't worry, my masculinity is just fine and in great working order :hey:

Matt, I think you're blinded by "those were the good old days" nostalgia and can't see the truth :heart:

I like my women not with that bland look but those that have a uniqueness to them like:

Angelina Jolie

Keira Knightley

Emmanuelle Béart

to name a few but there are many more :D

Kuzey

Matt
08-11-2007, 05:39 AM
Is it just me that thinks the Aniston one is completely unattractive then?
Nice hair I suppose.

I find her quite dull, no wonder Brad left her, Angelina would be much more fun in the sack I reckon!

Did I just say that? Oops!

Matt
08-11-2007, 05:39 AM
Scarlet Johanson http://www.newtek.com/forums/images/smilies/brians/007.gif

Get off she's mine! I saw her first! :D

MysteryMonkey
08-11-2007, 05:45 AM
. . . Gina Lollobrigida was #1 on the planet. . .

She definitely had some great appeal. Then again along the same line of thought there was Sophia Loren.

As long as we seem to have departed from choosing between Jenn & Angie, in more recent history I've thought that Cindy Crawford would have to rank right at the top there. IMHO I'd say she has a classic, as well as unique, beauty (as does Jennifer)

Matt
08-11-2007, 05:47 AM
What a sad bunch of geeks we are! As if we'd ever meet any of these women, we're too busy messing with polygons!

:D

MysteryMonkey
08-11-2007, 05:55 AM
What a sad bunch of geeks we are! As if we'd ever meet any of these women, we're too busy messing with polygons!

:D

Yep! And even sadder when some actually imply they would consider kicking Jennifer (or yes even Angie) out of bed if a miracle ever happened and they had the chance to make that tough decision! :D

cheers

pumeco
08-11-2007, 07:09 AM
What a sad bunch of geeks we are! As if we'd ever meet any of these women, we're too busy messing with polygons!

:DYeah, I agree.

I mean, if we weren't busy playing with LightWave or whatever, then things could have been different for all these women.
Man, I bet they REALLY hate LightWave.

:compbeati

Matt
08-11-2007, 07:29 AM
Lol! :D

starbase1
08-11-2007, 08:34 AM
[QUOTE=MysteryMonkey] Then again along the same line of thought there was Sophia Loren.
QUOTE]

Actually I remember seeing Sophia Loren on the Graham Norton show about 5 years back - I had to check how old she was on the net to make sure I was not making a silly mistake. Well into her sixties, and still incredible. I also, quite literally, bumped into Debbie Harry at the Tate Modern gallery - it does not come across in photos so much these days, but in person she too is quite astonishing, something about poise and sheer presence.

hrgiger
08-11-2007, 08:36 AM
Since neither is a redhead, they wouldn't be my first choice.

But taking it a bit further, since I don't like children, Angelina is out.

I'd probably have to go with Jennifer.

MysteryMonkey
08-11-2007, 09:05 AM
. . . I mean, if we weren't busy playing with LightWave or whatever, then things could have been different for all these women. . .

Wait, maybe we're looking at it all wrong! Maybe if we get so good and famous at LightWave we'll get to work on the next Tomb Raider movie and we'll actually get to meet Angie and have to take "personal" measurements for the character we're developiing for the CG FX action we've been hired to do! Yeah, that's IT!!! :D

Yep, Dream on . . . :hey:

MysteryMonkey
08-11-2007, 09:08 AM
. . .Actually I remember seeing Sophia Loren on the Graham Norton show about 5 years back - I had to check how old she was on the net to make sure I was not making a silly mistake. Well into her sixties, and still incredible. . .

That is what classic beauty is all about, IMHO

Qexit
08-11-2007, 10:00 AM
What a sad bunch of geeks we are! As if we'd ever meet any of these women, we're too busy messing with polygons!

:DHehe, just for the record near the top of my list would be Caroline Munro.....and I have met her :D

MysteryMonkey
08-11-2007, 10:07 AM
. . .Actually I remember seeing Sophia Loren on the Graham Norton show about 5 years back - I had to check how old she was on the net to make sure I was not making a silly mistake. Well into her sixties, and still incredible. . .

Sophia is actually 72 now. Hard to believe when you see her most recent photos found at Pirelli Calendars http://www.pirellical.com/thecal/calendar.html . . . . I imagine there has been a little air brush here and there, and the poses are carefully picked, but still, incredible. . . The attached photo was taken for the 2007 calendar and she was 71/72 at the time. There are a few more at the Pirelli website if want to see a few more.

pumeco
08-11-2007, 10:14 AM
Wait, maybe we're looking at it all wrong! Maybe if we get so good and famous at LightWave we'll get to work on the next Tomb Raider movie and we'll actually get to meet Angie and have to take "personal" measurements for the character we're developiing for the CG FX action we've been hired to do! Yeah, that's IT!!! :D

Yep, Dream on . . . :hey:

Yeah, dream on - you're nut's mate :D

BTW, did anyone dowload that music vid' from my earlier post?
I'm dying to know what you guys think of her, especially those of you who like Jennifer Connolley - because she's got similar features.

SBowie
08-11-2007, 12:19 PM
Since neither is a redhead, they wouldn't be my first choice.Someone was bound to bring up Ann Margret, stunning at all ages, before and after the accident in the 70's.

toby
08-11-2007, 01:38 PM
past: Diana Rigg
present: Scarlet Johansen - super hottie :eek:

JohnMarchant
08-12-2007, 08:16 AM
Qexit, now there is a blast from the past caroline munro, getting on a bit now but still good looking, and diana rigg as well. What about beatrice dalle, ever seen betty blue 37.2, yum yum :):)

Qexit
08-12-2007, 08:37 AM
Qexit, now there is a blast from the past caroline munro, getting on a bit now but still good looking, You are not wrong there :thumbsup: This was taken at a recent memorabilia show. If only I could have traded places with my little Ymir statuette :D

theo
08-12-2007, 12:12 PM
Jen Aniston is attractive. Angelina Jolie is attractive. Problem is actresses don't do it for me. The emotional gulf betwixt us just leaves me disinterested.

I, personally, find so-called "regular" woman far more attractive than even the prettiest movie actress.

I have many women in my life on the friendship level that are really quite gorgeous in a real sort of way and I just really enjoy interacting on that level with such beautiful females.

I know at least fifteen lady friends that could easily sit next to Jen Aniston and not look out of place, in the remotest fashion.

I think my own wife is quite gorgeous and I would take her in a heartbeat over Jen or Angie. I have two sisters that would turn as many heads as Angeline Jolie, that is, IF Jolie wasn't surrounded in the mystique of popularity power. The average beautiful woman cannot compete with the magnetizing force of raw star-power.

Body-wise, I tend to view women less as objects and more as variant works of art so the whole big-small-healthy-sized breast thing doesn't really do it for me.

Interesting thread. I avoided this thread because I thought it was spam until I realized that the thread was started by a familiar 5k post count seeker. Matt, I think HR is offering a free seminar on how to raise your post counts quickly, easily, WHILE getting rich and young. Hmmm, 10k posts... THAT would, indeed, attract gorgeous females. 'Course, it IS kind of hard to ENJOY gorgeous females while your wife has a pair of pliers wrapped aroung the left censored.:D

Chris S. (Fez)
08-12-2007, 01:21 PM
I lived in Savannah Georgia for a few years. It was a bit of a Spring Break pitstop for college students on their way to Florida. On most nights I swear you could find a table of girls with one or two woman easily in league with Angelina Jolie or Jennifer Aniston. That is not to say I would kick either one out of bed.

Historically I have a "fascination" with slightly freckled strawberry blondes. However, I am presently dating a half-japanese woman who is a self-declared "hottie."

She would be SO much more attractive if she did not routinely remind me and everyone around her how "hot," smart and successful she is.

Small wonder she has no female friends :).

She says she suffers from "pride." Duh. I think the only reason I bagged her was because I pretended not to be impressed. The basis of a long and loving relationship, I am sure.

Signal to Noise
08-12-2007, 02:40 PM
Fez: I seriously hope you don't let your gf read your posts!

On second thought maybe she should.

StereoMike
08-12-2007, 03:25 PM
I don't like these wet packs you call Angelinas lips. Her head looks like a skull with two sausages.

theo
08-12-2007, 04:12 PM
Fez: I seriously hope you don't let your gf read your posts!

On second thought maybe she should.

Nah, he's in the circle of loving friends here. What happens in the LW forums stays in the LW forums. :D

'Course, if he don't hear from Fez for quite some time we prooobably should place a call to the lost and found at his local Macy's where, more than likey, he will be found, prone, tied and gagged behind a large pile of odds and ends. What a way to go. Smart Asian chick she was, after all.

theo
08-12-2007, 04:13 PM
I don't like these wet packs you call Angelinas lips. Her head looks like a skull with two sausages.

I agree, Stereo. She is still attractive, in her own way, but the lips are just too foreground.

Jim_C
08-12-2007, 04:30 PM
Historically I have a "fascination" with slightly freckled strawberry blondes. However, I am presently dating a half-japanese woman who is a self-declared "hottie."

She would be SO much more attractive if she did not routinely remind me and everyone around her how "hot," smart and successful she is.

Small wonder she has no female friends :).

She says she suffers from "pride." Duh. I think the only reason I bagged her was because I pretended not to be impressed. The basis of a long and loving relationship, I am sure.

4 fabulous paragraphs. :thumbsup:

IMI
08-12-2007, 04:50 PM
I just like plain, quiet chicks. My girlfriend is plain, quiet (as in, not obnoxious or annoying), and definitely not famous for anything.
She's also an awesome chef. :)

Chris S. (Fez)
08-12-2007, 05:19 PM
Fez: I seriously hope you don't let your gf read your posts!


Never:D . Fez? Who the **** is Fez?

Actually, "Fez" appeals to my lazy side. The letters are so few and so close on the keyboard...



Nah, he's in the circle of loving friends here. What happens in the LW forums stays in the LW forums. :D


Ha! Thanks for that Theo. Let's hope that is true. I am not exactly about to use the Lightwave Boards as a character reference on my resume...

If I go down, I'm taking all of you with me :). You too, Signal to Noise! There's gotta be dirt somewhere in those whopping 774 posts of yours:devil: .

harlan
08-12-2007, 06:53 PM
lol... what a funny thread. I do have to agree with Matt, in that Jen is more the type you could spend a lifetime with, whereas Angelina is more the let's party for a while kinda girl.

Personally, I don't find Jennifer Aniston to be super hot or anything (as a lot of people seem to do), but my opinion could be affected by the fact that my sister (prior to having her child) was the spitting image of Jennifer Aniston.

With all of that being said, there are so many gorgeous people on the planet that it's hard to narrow down to those two fine examples of craftsmanship, but I do have a huuuuuuge crush on Natalie Portman (albeit not for the same "qualities" that I find in an Angelina Jolie or a Jessica Alba) - I just feel Natalie has this overwhelming elegant kind of beauty to her.

Oh, and DAAAAAAAMN, you guys have seen Adriana Lima right??? WOW!! :)

Anyway... thanks for the sanity break... a truly fun read.

take care all, I hope you're well.

Signal to Noise
08-13-2007, 01:59 PM
Brad plays prank on Angelina*...

http://www.break.com/index/woman-pranked-about-her-vibrator.html

Work-safe.

(*) - Okay maybe not but it very well could be. ;)

mattclary
08-14-2007, 05:02 AM
What happens in the LW forums stays in the LW forums.


I love it! New signature!

meshpig
08-14-2007, 05:48 AM
You are a sick, sick man.

Do I have to guess the name that it tattooed on your other shoulder? ;)

j.

ps. Who is Jennifer Aniston?

Ditto, who is she and who the **** cares? You don't have to have had that much to do with fame, beauty and celebrity to realise what an incredible illusion it is.

- In any case, if I were Brad Pitt, why would I be bothering to choose one over the other when I can have both?

Dumb question really.

m

mattclary
08-14-2007, 06:13 AM
Ditto, who is she and who the **** cares? You don't have to have had that much to do with fame, beauty and celebrity to realise what an incredible illusion it is.

- In any case, if I were Brad Pitt, why would I be bothering to choose one over the other when I can have both?

Dumb question really.

m

If you don't know and don't care, move on to a new thread. :twak:

meshpig
08-14-2007, 06:41 AM
... no problem dude. Was just saying.

brad

theo
08-14-2007, 06:52 AM
I love it! New signature!

MATT! You are SUCH a naughty boy... Now, all Newtek needs is a roulette table over by the Support forums, a girlie bar next to the the 9.2 Beta entrance and a looong line of entertainment venues on LightWave 3D Technique Discussions street.

We'll just leave the Developer section be the rather boring industrial park it is.

starbase1
08-14-2007, 02:37 PM
Wait, maybe we're looking at it all wrong! Maybe if we get so good and famous at LightWave we'll get to work on the next Tomb Raider movie and we'll actually get to meet Angie and have to take "personal" measurements for the character we're developiing for the CG FX action we've been hired to do! Yeah, that's IT!!! :D

Yep, Dream on . . . :hey:

Ah! Maybe I'm beginning to understand Oddity's approach of studying someones anatomy for a few years before becoming a modeler!

starbase1
08-14-2007, 02:53 PM
Sophia is actually 72 now. Hard to believe when you see her most recent photos found at Pirelli Calendars http://www.pirellical.com/thecal/calendar.html . . . . I imagine there has been a little air brush here and there, and the poses are carefully picked, but still, incredible. . . The attached photo was taken for the 2007 calendar and she was 71/72 at the time. There are a few more at the Pirelli website if want to see a few more.

72?!
72!??!?!
72!!!!!!!!

Now THAT is how to grow old!

theo
08-14-2007, 03:32 PM
72?!
72!??!?!
72!!!!!!!!

Now THAT is how to grow old!

I agree... Sophie's got magic in her veins.

Chris S. (Fez)
08-14-2007, 03:33 PM
72?!
72!??!?!
72!!!!!!!!

Now THAT is how to grow old!

Seriously. She may be the only 72 year old on the planet that does not look like nut sack.

prospector
08-14-2007, 04:26 PM
I agree... Sophie's got magic in her veins.
greatly underestimated olive oil. Used as a skin cream, it rejuvinates lifeless and dying skin cells, helps shrink wrinkles and tightens the first 3 layers of epidermis.
Must be extra extra extra virgin oil from Italy, Spain oil does NOT work as seen by a pic of any Spanish woman over 35 :D :D