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Post by blackg » 1 year ago

EvilLocks wrote:
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Hope this makes it a little less weird :D





#femalecrush
Ahhhh not these boring cookie cutter models again, evil.
Real women only!

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My man crush.
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We are all handsome in our own way, even Ricky.
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Post by EvilLocks » 1 year ago

JasonStatham wrote:
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He has more hair than this Forum combined.
What a joke.

But he is dating down in looks @Arjen
as well.

You see Arjen, even ripped Hollywood Stars date down. When is your turn to lock down a sweet 5?
That man looks like he has a gigantic dick

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Post by koolaidshade » 1 year ago

i know i probably posted in another thread, but i'd rather look like prime colton haynes than almost anyone else:

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appropriately youthful, masculine but not too masculine, with some "pretty" features, and an overall generic goodlooking face (aka not weird looking like some male models). Hard to find someone else who would look better

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Post by kj6723 » 1 year ago

Ive always “liked” Nikolaj Coster Waldau of Jaime Lannister fame, as I feel he is gorgeous in an imperfect sort of way


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Post by Admin » 1 year ago

kj6723 wrote:
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Ive always “liked” Nikolaj Coster Waldau of Jaime Lannister fame, as I feel he is gorgeous in an imperfect sort of way



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No homo
"Gorgeous in an imperfect sort of way".

This reminds me of something the icon carver Jonathan Pageau said once, he was quoting another artist but the saying was basically:

"There is such thing as imperfect perfection and perfect imperfection".

I believe it's something you can have with looks too, which is why female or male models (no homo!) who are deemed to look perfect by their industry and the media won't do it for me. I guess it could be defined as "boring perfection", something most of us instinctively understand.

There needs to be some flaws, some unusual variations, some uniqueness. It's something people who design CGI characters have realized a long time ago. You can't have them looking too symmetrical, perfect, without flaws, or they somehow end up looking lifeless, less human.

Which is why I completely understand @koolaidshade's obsession with Riley Reid for example :p.

Anyway, back to the topic, I honestly have nothing that comes to mind, but I have had that "man crush" feeling before when watching a movie so I'm sure it will come back to me at a point.
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Post by kj6723 » 1 year ago

Admin wrote:
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"Gorgeous in an imperfect sort of way".

This reminds me of something the icon carver Jonathan Pageau said once, he was quoting another artist but the saying was basically:

"There is such thing as imperfect perfection and perfect imperfection".

I believe it's something you can have with looks too, which is why female or male models (no homo!) who are deemed to look perfect by their industry and the media won't do it for me. I guess it could be defined as "boring perfection", something most of us instinctively understand.

There needs to be some flaws, some unusual variations, some uniqueness. It's something people who design CGI characters have realized a long time ago. You can't have them looking too symmetrical, perfect, without flaws, or they somehow end up looking lifeless, less human.

Which is why I completely understand koolaidshade's obsession with Riley Reid for example :p.

Anyway, back to the topic, I honestly have nothing that comes to mind, but I have had that "man crush" feeling before when watching a movie so I'm sure it will come back to me at a point.
From one of my favorite artists:


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Post by Rudiger » 1 year ago

koolaidshade wrote:
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i know i probably posted in another thread, but i'd rather look like prime colton haynes than almost anyone else:

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appropriately youthful, masculine but not too masculine, with some "pretty" features, and an overall generic goodlooking face (aka not weird looking like some male models). Hard to find someone else who would look better
Lol you want to look like a fag
Look, fat...

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Post by EvilLocks » 1 year ago

blackg wrote:
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Ahhhh not these boring cookie cutter models again, evil.
Real women only!
Come on blackg, like you'd kick them out of bed ;P especially the first one, has a perfect body in my opinion. I like unrealistic goals anyway :mrgreen:

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Post by blackg » 1 year ago

Rudiger wrote:
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Lol you want to look like a fag
I don't like this language.
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Post by JLBB » 1 year ago

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I feel like having this guy in particular as your mancrush is highly suggestive of being legitimately 150% queer.

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Post by Rudiger » 1 year ago

JeanLucBB wrote:
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I feel like having this guy in particular as your mancrush is highly suggestive of being legitimately 150% queer.
This is accurate, and for reference this man is only 100% queer:

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Look, fat...

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Post by rclark » 1 year ago

Here's an example of a guy who works with what he has (a beard), and doesn't look half bad, for someone his
age (fifty five):

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He has a good looking wife as well. He also has his own TV show, the same one that he has for
some years.

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This isn't a joke or sarcasm either. Here is what he looks like without his glasses:


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Post by justin » 1 year ago

I heavily disagree about Jason Momoa "dating down". Lisa Bonet is absolutely gorgeous. Now I know the guy is objectively good looking and every female I know gushes over him but.. I don't know. Just don't care for him. :? But maybe that's just me being a straight male.

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Here's an example of a guy who works with what he has (a beard), and doesn't look half bad, for someone his
age (fifty five):


jackson_galaxy_beard.jpg


He has a good looking wife as well. He also has his own TV show, the same one that he has for
some years.


jackson_with_wife.jpg


This isn't a joke or sarcasm either. Here is what he looks like without his glasses:



galaxy_jackson_without_glasses.jpg
Thank you, got tired of looking at those boring prettyboys. :)

I know a guy who looks like him who always pulls hot girlfriends. :think: Not conventionally handsome but with his personality, humor and confidence he seems to be able to attract a certain type of girls.
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