??? Are you asking me to call them boobs? It's ironic... we have a topic about that i The FORUM (my main page). No offense, but have you ever thought about that term? "Boobs!" If I had tits, I don't think I would want anybody to be calling them boobs, but that's just me.
Well, you don't have to follow the forum. Just drop in from time to time... it would be nice to see you there! Well honey, they're yours, and if you want to call them boobs, that's certainly your prerogative!
Well.. since no-one else has mentioned it, I guess it falls to me to bring it up. In the series of movies, starring Anthony Hopkins, concerning the character, Hannibal Lecter, he [the character] makes mention of a type of homing pigeon that mates in flight. Shallow Rollers and Deep Rollers.
Quote: "There are shallow rollers, and there are deep rollers. You can't breed two deep rollers... or their young, their offspring, will roll all the way down... hit and die. Agent Starling is a deep roller. Let us hope one of her parents was not."
As I suspected [seriously] and, you're right - it fits the images.
You ever read the books? Like "The Exorcist", they are creepy in a whole different way than the movies. And, no shit, you think the movies were disturbing, his descriptions of the killings, etc are just WAYYY.. over the top.
Years and Years and Year and Years ago.. before they made Silence of the Lambs, there was a movie made, called Manhunter, that was actually based on the characters created in the books, as well as another movie, called Red Dragon, which was made, I think, after the success of the other movie adaptions, which is pretty much a remake of Manhunter. Neither of them are as good as ..Lambs and Hannibal, but are kinda worth watching, if you get a chance.
Yes, that is true, but you project a sense of innocence and sensuality, which in itself is inspirational to an artist trying to capture the illusive combination of both qualities. You are truly a classic beauty.
Why so? You made a funny comment about it and you wonder why would that make someone giggle? Let's see, Vero said you would inspire the greatest artists of the Renaissance, while you replied with "I am a little thinner than their aesthetic type, aren't I?" which is funny because it's actually pretty true since chubby women were considered height of sexiness during that time, and you are far from being chubby.