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Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ- a man that cannot be real
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60.       teaschip
3870 posts
 23 Jun 2008 Mon 08:01 pm

Quoting mltm:

OK, then for "esmer" lovers, another lokoum, Burak Özcivit, as masculin as you want. I'm sure you cannot say anthing against this one.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iLtGc5Nh-zA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0awj9NSQeE&feature=related



He doesn't do anything for me..he looks awfully skinny and the nose has to go. I still think Kivanc is a gorgeous creature. I LOVE blond hair and blue eyed men...and I think men with hair gel and pedicures and manicures are even more sexy. It tells me they take care of themselves..so what if they have some feminine qualities. Then you don't have to explain to them why your spending so much money on your hair and nails. They understand the need.

61.       Deli_kizin
6376 posts
 23 Jun 2008 Mon 08:57 pm

Quoting mltm:

I mean I haven't shown you Fatih Ãœrek!




lol lol lol

62.       Deli_kizin
6376 posts
 23 Jun 2008 Mon 09:01 pm

Quoting teaschip:

and I think men with hair gel and pedicures and manicures are even more sexy. It tells me they take care of themselves..



I don't know.. it's good to take care of yourself, but there is a difference in getting a shower, brushing your teeth and getting shaved,--> and getting your feet pedicured! I don't know.. Kadir takes good care of his hands, I wouldn't be surprized if he could manicure my hands better than I do myself But I am really glad he is done in front of the mirror in a bit!

There's this commercial from Loreal, Jack from Lost plays in it (I dont know what his real name is), he is putting some wonderful cream on his pretty face telling men that they're worth it. Sorry, but that doesn't turn me on I'd rather have him raw from that jungle lol

63.       teaschip
3870 posts
 23 Jun 2008 Mon 09:27 pm

Quoting Deli_kizin:

Quoting teaschip:

and I think men with hair gel and pedicures and manicures are even more sexy. It tells me they take care of themselves..



I don't know.. it's good to take care of yourself, but there is a difference in getting a shower, brushing your teeth and getting shaved,--> and getting your feet pedicured! I don't know.. Kadir takes good care of his hands, I wouldn't be surprized if he could manicure my hands better than I do myself But I am really glad he is done in front of the mirror in a bit!

There's this commercial from Loreal, Jack from Lost plays in it (I dont know what his real name is), he is putting some wonderful cream on his pretty face telling men that they're worth it. Sorry, but that doesn't turn me on I'd rather have him raw from that jungle lol



I like a clean shaven man myself...but I would take Jack and his stubbles. There is something sexy about the grundge look too.

I just think it's ok for men to pamper themselves occassionaly, I don't think they are any less of a man. I'm sure Brad Pitt has his monthly manicures. But when a men is spending more money than a women taking care of himself, that presents a problem for me.

64.       Deli_kizin
6376 posts
 23 Jun 2008 Mon 09:36 pm

Quoting teaschip:

I like a clean shaven man myself...but I would take Jack and his stubbles.



I'm more of a Sawyer type

65.       Daydreamer
3743 posts
 24 Jun 2008 Tue 10:16 am

Quoting mltm:


I think exactly at this point you criticize people according to their looks. Hair gel is not associated with being feminine, and caring about your body and your clothes, you can still stay masculin doing these. In fact, reserving these kind of things just for women is quite patriarchal.

And I didn't show you any men that cannot knock you down.

You don't have to like the men that I showed but criticizing them for being feminin just because they do not look like as macho and as violant as some seems not right as it does not make them less man.

I mean I haven't shown you Fatih Ãœrek!



I said nothing about their being feminine. I just said they're not my type, it's not criticising. I don't use hair gel at all, does that make me masculine?

DK, oh, yes, Sawyer is definitely the guy I'd like to get Lost with in the jungle (for 3 days tops)

66.       mltm
3690 posts
 24 Jun 2008 Tue 01:05 pm

Quoting Daydreamer:



I said nothing about their being feminine. I just said they're not my type, it's not criticising. I don't use hair gel at all, does that make me masculine?



I just got that from your sentence:

"A guy who uses more hair gel than I do is not for me"

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