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Old 03-17-2007, 11:29 PM
 
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Old 03-18-2007, 09:26 AM
 
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George Clooney. Now that is a good looking man. I don't think he could ever look bad. I just saw a picture of him on a set of his new movie in his typical grayish suit looking damn good!
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Old 03-18-2007, 09:27 AM
 
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Keanu Reeve and Johnny Depp, yumm
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Old 03-18-2007, 11:27 AM
 
Location: Polish Hill, Pittsburgh, PA
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Maybe its because I'm male, but I just don't think men are very attractive. I mean, maybe Elvis Presley was pretty good looking, but men who look good are rare. Women are much more attractive on average.
Overall, women just take more pride in their appearances, in my humble opinion. Most guys (other than metrosexuals or homosexuals) couldn't care less if they left the house with unkempt-looking hair, stuff stuck in their teeth, or a mismatched outfit. Most women, on the other hand, are fanatical when it comes to keeping themselves well-groomed and well-attired. If more guys would jump into this now-dying "metrosexual" craze, then most women would faint with happiness! LOL! I don't know why, but as a gay person, I have more women clamoring to go out with me than any of my straight male friends, and it's probably because I have a "trendy" appearance and behave sympathetically when they talk to me about their plight. I can't help but think to myself "if more straight guys acted gay, just think of how much action they'd get from the chicks!" At the same time though, I find myself getting into trouble all the time from hitting on guys who are doing exactly what I just stated---only "acting" gay to score women! I then just roll my eyes to think, "well, if you act gay in public, then you shouldn't be so shocked to get hit on by...gasp...another guy!" I act straight, yet I can't attract any other males. Hmmmm...perhaps it's time for a new strategy? Should I become "Paula" and hope an odd feminine persona will land me a date? LOL!
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Old 03-18-2007, 11:32 AM
 
Location: Where the real happy cows reside!
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Got to be Matthew McConaughey to get my drool button pushed!
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Old 03-18-2007, 11:40 AM
 
Location: Polish Hill, Pittsburgh, PA
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Got to be Matthew McConaughey to get my drool button pushed!
Doesn't he not wear deodorant? EWWWW!!!
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Old 03-18-2007, 11:43 AM
 
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who cares ... he plays the bongos in the nude!
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Old 03-18-2007, 11:45 AM
 
Location: a primitive state
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I'm with you on Johnny Depp. George Clooney, too.

[quote=ScrantonWilkesBarre;469956]I have more women clamoring to go out with me than any of my straight male friends, and it's probably because I have a "trendy" appearance and behave sympathetically when they talk to me about their plight. /QUOTE]

I think that women like having gay male friends because there's no worry about whether or not you want to get further involved. He's your friend.

With straight male friends they are in two categories, those you are interested in and those you are not. But there is always that going on the background.

Many of my female friends, unless they are in an old and stable relationship or are lesbians, only want to talk about men, clothes, hair, or shopping. BORING. I like to talk about almost anything else.

My gay friends talk to me about art, music, literature, culture, politics, society, travel, so on and so forth. And since there's no danger of my being further involved than friendship, we have a grand time.
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Old 03-18-2007, 06:48 PM
 
Location: Twin Cities
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Olivia Newton John! She may be much older than me but I loved watching her when Grease came out in the early 80s, her HBO special that I had to watch 10 times. I still remember what she looked like and was wearing.

I did recently see her on Tv and she's not as beautiful as before but I guess that is what happens with plastic surgery and botox. sigh. Maybe I should go back to my first two loves: Estelle Getty and Ethel Merman.
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Old 03-18-2007, 06:53 PM
 
Location: Richmond
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Overall, women just take more pride in their appearances, in my humble opinion. Most guys (other than metrosexuals or homosexuals) couldn't care less if they left the house with unkempt-looking hair, stuff stuck in their teeth, or a mismatched outfit. Most women, on the other hand, are fanatical when it comes to keeping themselves well-groomed and well-attired. If more guys would jump into this now-dying "metrosexual" craze, then most women would faint with happiness! LOL! I don't know why, but as a gay person, I have more women clamoring to go out with me than any of my straight male friends, and it's probably because I have a "trendy" appearance and behave sympathetically when they talk to me about their plight. I can't help but think to myself "if more straight guys acted gay, just think of how much action they'd get from the chicks!" At the same time though, I find myself getting into trouble all the time from hitting on guys who are doing exactly what I just stated---only "acting" gay to score women! I then just roll my eyes to think, "well, if you act gay in public, then you shouldn't be so shocked to get hit on by...gasp...another guy!" I act straight, yet I can't attract any other males. Hmmmm...perhaps it's time for a new strategy? Should I become "Paula" and hope an odd feminine persona will land me a date? LOL!
My grandfather was always well groomed and well dressed and he wasn't homosexual nor metrosexual. He's what was commonly known as "A Gentleman".
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