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with Jenny Slate Workin' Today with Johnny Pemberton My... Krishna Das (Rockstar of Yoga, yoga chants and Hindu devotional music) and David Nichtern (meditation teacher, Grammy nominated musician, author of Awakening From The Daydream: The Wheel of Life) make it weird! I've wondered for years why she isn't more famous for her looks. Remember that she is good looking enough to get cast as the romantic lead in an actual feature film, even if it went nowhere (The Matchmaker). He looks like the type of guy who, if I met in a bar or something, I'd just want to jump on him and, well... Yeah, I have to agree with Steve Buscemi, but I have to say that it's very likely if he didn't have the talent he did, he would probably not get laid. None of the above are people I'd absolutley be swooning in the presence of but they are people I can't deny I find quite attractive in spite of what my head might say... Horns, green skin and all, if that world were real, I'd be hitting on him instead of Angel. I don't know what it is about her, but I just can't tear my eyes away. What I mean to say is that I'm just about the opposite of bling and in my circle of friends, bringing up Snoop as sexy definetely raises eyebrows. Now she looks like she wouldn't give me the time of day. Martha Stewart was seriously FINE forty years ago and still looks awfully good for a woman her age. I promise there will be no laughing or mockery here. In the same column as Martha Stewart: Judy Woodruff ( There's absolutely nothing weird about Janeane Garafolo. I've seen him on TV a couple of times and I own several of his books with pictures of him on the jackets and I just think he's physically adorable... Another one, but it's the character, not the actor (who is good-looking enough on his own, but traditionally good-looking): The Host from the TV show Angel, played by Andy Hallett. It's just that it's strange for me: indie dressing, traditional harp playing quirky girl living surrounded by fields in Ireland. I'll second David Duchovny, but I think he is mainstream attractive. There's nothing strange about it - he's sexy as hell. When she was a little heavier, she seemed more girl-next-doorish.Between comedy sex and God, I'll let you guess which topic gets the most airtime. But beyond that, Dwight is a hilarious and incredible person and one of Pete's oldest friend in comedy.... ) when he was on Law & Order Richard Belzer & Ice T from Law & Order SVU I can not believe I admitted to all this!! Also gets the nr 1 prize for being wildly impossible for various reasons. *blush*My two inexplicable crushes are notable for their contrast if nothing else. I don't know whether it's the hair or the eyes or that obnoxious smirk on his face but I just wanna tear his clothes off and drag him into my lair. I'd like to say that I lust him for his mind, but that isn't really true. He is probably considered a sex symbol and he is definetely seems to be a sex symbol is his own mind, so it doesn't count as strange. I also love the guy who played Mulder and Scully's boss on X-Files. That's my husband you're saying is 'strangely' attractive. path=pgallery&path_key=Rue, Sara), although more recent pix make it look like she's losing weight. Also have the hots for: David Caruso (love his voice) Michael Moriarty (sp? Which has got to count as weird.) And the strangest of all...... The one he was most famour for, that is.) Look it up if you care! Christoper Walken has that charisma going for him, very hot. He played Tim on The Office and was in Love Actually (IMDB says he's playing Arthur Dent in the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy movie coming out next year). Lastly, I have kind of a crush on Judi Dench, but it's not sexual - though I'm told she used to be something to see. I just saw another promo for the show "Entourage" on HBO, so I guess I have to fess up with another one: Jeremy Piven ( I would also love me a big armful of Sara Rue ( Rue_Ausse_538266_400.jpg?
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What celebrities do you have an inexplicable, almost embarrasing, unspoken attraction to? Michael Ian Black ( - he is in that show Ed (which I've never watched). Heh - I'm glad someone else said Kiefer Sutherland - there definitely is something attractive about the guy. But Kiefer's dad Donald Sutherland is also attractive in an old man kind of way. I don't think this one's embarassing, but I seem to be mostly alone in it -- Buffy Sainte-Marie. Geez, there's a lot of names in the thread that are people who are OBVIOUSLY attractive. Sure, bad voice, but the woman is beautiful and has a body that could cause a 25-car pileup. I'm often confused by the women who are portrayed as "homely" in movies and TV. I can't stand her sitcom The Nanny, but I have been known to linger on the reruns just when she's on screen.
I will start and say that for some unfathomable reason, I find something damnably sexually alluring about...[ahem]... He also was one of the people giving commentary during VH1's I Love the 80's Strikes Back. I definitely agree about Steve Buscemi, though it kinda skeeves me out to think about it, considering he's nearly the same age as my parents. I think I may actually have had a pre-school crush on her back when she was on "Sesame Street", although my memories are vague. It's odd cause he doesn't have outstanding individual features, but all of them together are perfect. Duchovny is, without a doubt, one of the most wonderful-looking men to ever appear on screen. I compare them with women I know and they usually come up pretty favorably. My friends think I'm nuts, but that woman could light cigarettes off her smile it's so damn hot. p=5629699&postcount=70)Reading this thread down, it strikes me that the man-attracted more often find someone Strangely Attractive than the woman-attracted. Even her horrible nasal accent (which is fake) turns me on coming out of her mouth!
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