It'll be obvious if you're ever in my apartment: Me likes girls.This made me decide that a survey of the bits of decoration I have in this apartment (clippings, mainly) that celebrate the cuteness/hotness/sexiness of women was in order. Here we go:
For some reason, this sentence makes me think your pad is plastered with bikini babe-and-muscle car centerfolds, like some teenage jock. Which is an image that makes me giggle.
This list doesn't mean there are also images of Edward and Jacob from Twilight over my bed or an extensive Patrick Dempsey photo collection or fanfic about Sam and Dean from Supernatural. They are all handsome guys, but they're not my type; they're guys. :-) In other words, NO COMMENTS FROM THE PEANUT GALLERY.
Audrey Tautou, from a junket promoting A Very Long Engagement Performance artist/actor/writer Miranda July, in a still from her film Me and You and Everyone We Know Nicole Kidman, pretty hot in black clothes and hat in the otherwise terrible film version of Bewitched Singer Joanna Newsom Former Oregon Ballet Theater dancer Tracy Taylor in an image from OBT's production of The Nutcracker (yep, I have often had a thing for ballet dancers) a vintage French-language poster with a happily dancing woman painted on it two Varga girls, one red-haired and one black-haired Julie Delpy from An American Werewolf in Paris Jennifer Garner in a publicity shot from 13 Going On 30 Keira Knightley in woad-wearing action in King Arthur Kate Winslet in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Milla Jovovich in one of the ads for the second Resident Evil movie (not the ad of her in the towel, the one with her in her fighting clothes) miscellaneous ad babes Amy Lee of Evanescence Norah Jones a drawing of former Sleater-Kinney drummer Janet Weiss (pictured with her Quasi partner Sam Coombes) Charlize Theron, from Head in the Clouds. It's a shot of her taking a bath in, apparently, milk. Sarah Polley, from Guinevere. (I feel a little weird about having such a thing for Polley, as I first saw her when she was age 8 in The Adventures of Baron Munchausen -- but I can remind myself that she's only five years younger than me. And she, um, grew up well. But part of the point of Guinevere is that her character is, um, a little young for the man pursuing her... Crap, now I'm uncomfortable again...)