June 4, 2011

Regarding the obligatory picture of PRINCESS LEIA hanging in the store...

26 comments:

  1. I really hope he was wearing that shirt.
    It would have made it even doucheyer.

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  2. What is this...I mean, I don't even...
    Also, the shirt. Oh lord the shirt xD

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  3. My wife thought I was crazy when I said that Bette Davis was hot because she only thought of her as a crazy old lady in films. But when I showed her a picture of her from her 1930s heyday she quickly apologized.

    But that said, I never thought Carrie Fisher was all that hot to begin with. The best that I can say about her is that she isn't ugly.

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  4. Haven't you already done this one? It seems so familiar.

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  5. DevilWearsPrada is a decent band....

    His comment... what about that possibly makes sense? And she doesn't look bad these days at all.

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  6. This guy must have been a real hottie. *sarcasm*

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  7. Carrie Fisher is scary! Just watch the Blues Brothers.

    I guess the secret to being a hot actress is to die before getting old. Apparently Angela Lansbury and Barbara Stanwyck were never hot because they continued to work as they aged.

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  8. I call shenanigans - I know for sure that we did this one sometime this year - it wasn't Carrie Fisher but it was the same "she used to be hot but she's gross now." Recycling! J'ACCUSE!

    (Completely kidding)

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  9. And Angela Lansbury, back in the day, was wicked hot - so was Bettie White, of all people.

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  10. No one was as smokin' hot as Maureen O'Hara back in the day... and Veronica Lake, with that hair hanging down over one eye... makes my heart race just thinking about it.

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  11. betty white is STILL hot

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  12. like Baz Lurman said
    "prices will rise, politicians will philander and you too will get old"

    but i still think she got that that Milf (gilf maybe?)thing going for her

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  13. The only reason people think Carrie Fisher is hot is because of the Slave Leia outfit. And then they're not thinking about Carrie Fisher; they're just drooling over the outfit. Betty White would get the same response.

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  14. Sorceror, you've got to be kidding - Fisher was well known to be a hottie in her day, and the fact that she was on drugs and screwing everybody made people pretty happy - they had to tape her DOWN for Star Wars and Empire, and Jedi...well, that was just insane. But Shampoo? Blues Brothers? Come ON.

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  15. You're all crazy. Rita Hayworth is the hottest thing going. She... Wait. What? Dead? When the hell did that happen?!

    Thank you. The above was a scene from my one-man show, "Clueless Guy Who Doesn't Realize Women Age And/Or Die."

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  16. "Clueless Guy Who Doesn't Realize Women Age And/Or Die."

    That's got a retro pastiche that will never be a breakaway pop hit.

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  17. I believe the "similar" comic was on February 25th and it referenced Sigourney Weaver... however it didn't reference her age, but said that she was "so fat now."

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  18. I've seen what Tura Satana and Bettie Page looked like after 60 years, but damned if they didn't look like knockouts in their prime.

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  19. Joan Blondell.

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  20. Eartha Kitt.

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  21. A very young Bette Davis is just stunning - of course, then she got bug eyed and weird, but as a young woman, just spectacular.

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  22. You ever heard Carrie Fisher speak? That woman is hilarious!

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  23. i haven't bothered to read all the comments so it might've been said already but carrie fisher was NEVER hot.

    cute for sure yes but not hot. she became hot by default because for many a young lad at the time jedi came out that was the first time they saw someone they admiredparading around in a skimpy bikini on a 40 foot screen in the dark.

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  24. Susan Serandon... Michelle Pfiffer?

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