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  • #31
    Originally posted by s.murph View Post
    Never saw the allure. Kind of cute back in the day but Hot??? I think I saw one movie where she killed her husband or some shit. She's probly killed a couple IRL too.
    Divine something-something of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood: Ashley in her absolute prime *and* Sandra Bullock who's always an angel. Two anuses I would have greedily assaulted with my face.

    Sandra, sure, still would. Ashley now... uh, not so much.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by s.murph View Post
      Never saw the allure. Kind of cute back in the day but Hot??? I think I saw one movie where she killed her husband or some shit. She's probly killed a couple IRL too.
      What I find amazing is the similarity between her and Tom Hanks looking back. Both kinda rural upbringing, work ethic etc Then touch Hollywood and the Liberal elite, and like pod people. Anybody watching Hanks lately in his personal life? Holy shit, the guy went total freak Liberal. WTH?

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      • #33
        I've met her type. Sweetheart bitch.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by WTexasCrude View Post

          What I find amazing is the similarity between her and Tom Hanks looking back.
          They both have restraining orders against you?

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          • #35
            Originally posted by megman View Post
            They both have restraining orders against you?
            Luckily both are filed under vs. John Doe. Wew, dodged a bullet there.

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            • #36
              fucking feminazi cunt.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by gnostic View Post
                She looks like she's had a stroke or Bell's Palsy.
                That's just what being from Kentucky looks like.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by Beagleman View Post

                  In the mid-west.
                  So your opinion is that a woman from the south should be fine with it after watching a video where a woman from the south wasn't fine with it?
                  In the deep south there are lots of names that people think others should be fine being called. My experience is that deep southerners aren't good indicators of what's acceptable anywhere else.
                  I'll bet there are 50+ names for African Americans that deep south white folks think black folks should be comfortable hearing.
                  No, my opinion is that our nation is full of micro-traditions such as enduring names like dear, sweetheart, hon, etc, are totally expectable.

                  I said up front I didn't wasn't trying to pick a fight, but blurting out "southerners aren't good indicators of what's acceptable" is kind of harsh. I could rebut that "northerners aren't good indicators of day to day tact in society". Point being it's expectable down here, maybe not in California. And in turn, California it is expectable for homosexual couples to publicly display their affection yet it is not expectable down here.

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                  • #39
                    Sounds like the bitch has been skipping her Al-Anon meetings.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by s.murph View Post
                      Never saw the allure. Kind of cute back in the day but Hot??? I think I saw one movie where she killed her husband or some shit. She's probly killed a couple IRL too.
                      You would appreciate an obscure 1993 Judd movie called Ruby in Paradise.

                      Judd comes to Florida to make a fresh start and fucks a bunch of Floridans.



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                      • #41
                        Did she "Let them Call her Sweetheart"?

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by ibanez69 View Post

                          No, my opinion is that our nation is full of micro-traditions such as enduring names like dear, sweetheart, hon, etc, are totally expectable.

                          I said up front I didn't wasn't trying to pick a fight, but blurting out "southerners aren't good indicators of what's acceptable" is kind of harsh. I could rebut that "northerners aren't good indicators of day to day tact in society". Point being it's expectable down here, maybe not in California. And in turn, California it is expectable for homosexual couples to publicly display their affection yet it is not expectable down here.
                          And that's why I referenced that white folks calling black men "boy" or "hodor-hodor-hodor-hodor-hodor-hodor-" or "porch monkey" is completely reasonable for some in the south because it's a tradition. It being a tradition for some doesn't mean it isn't offensive. Claiming they should get used to our offensive comments is sort of the foundation of bigotry.

                          Would it be okay for someone to refer to every woman in your family as "whore" if they first claim it's a tradition where they come from?

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by Beagleman View Post

                            And that's why I referenced that white folks calling black men "boy" or "hodor-hodor-hodor-hodor-hodor-hodor-" or "porch monkey" is completely reasonable for some in the south because it's a tradition. It being a tradition for some doesn't mean it isn't offensive. Claiming they should get used to our offensive comments is sort of the foundation of bigotry.

                            Would it be okay for someone to refer to every woman in your family as "whore" if they first claim it's a tradition where they come from?
                            You left "Blue Gum" off your litany.

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by ibanez69 View Post

                              Not trying to pick a fight, but seriously curious what part of the country you are from where "sweetheart" is considered rude and/or condescending for a man to say to a women.

                              I'm in the deep south. Sweetheart is said to men and women all the time as an enduring sign of affection. Hon and sugar are used a lot down here as well. With Ashley's mom growing up in Kentucky, I'm sure she has been called sweetheart many time while growing up.
                              I call women hun all the time. and sweetie too, usually waitresses and store clerks. But I have a kind of southern charm that the women eat up. well, they used too eat up, lately my dick is dry as shit.

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                              • #45
                                and I'm still laughing at Beagle for thinking calling a woman "dear" has overtures of calling a black man "boy"

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