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Pia or Bo? Which Was Sexier?

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7 hours ago, Dargo said:

And probably used in that video in an attempt to divert attention away from her chubby little cheeks.

(...the ones on her cute, but definitely NOT "sexy", little face that is)

I always thought her cheeks were VERY sexy.  Or, uh......

Were you referring to the ones on her FACE........:huh:

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10 hours ago, Lord Byron said:

Pia Zadora destroyed Pickfair. Due to this rather reprehensible act, it would be very hard to find any positive attributes about her.

I like her tiddies.

And her cute little face too.

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9 minutes ago, Lord Byron said:

 

Nothing creepy about you.

LOL

I see we have a newbie here who catches on REALLY quickly!

(...welcome to the fold, LB!)

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Thanks Dargo. I have to admit, this is the one community I thought that *wouldn't* have such blatant creepster-ism... and not even over classic hollywood figures but pia zadora. What the #*@! 

 

Oh well. Happy to be here, and to be a Backlot member. Long overdue!

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5 hours ago, Lord Byron said:

Thanks Dargo. I have to admit, this is the one community I thought that *wouldn't* have such blatant creepster-ism... and not even over classic hollywood figures but pia zadora. What the #*@! 

 

I wonder how "flattered" Pia Zadora would be if she read the OP's comments about her on this thread. My bet is that she would increase her home security.

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1 hour ago, darkblue said:

Thanks. I like me too.

Oh, and by the way, welcome to the boards, Lord Shelley!

You should love it here - there's a whole slew of manginas. You'll fit right in.

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Must be comforting for a new poster to receive such a warm welcome from the OP.

Don't let his "charm" throw you, Lord Byron. There are plenty of good posters here ready to discuss films, be they modern or from the "Golden Age."

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