When you were young, and your heart was an open book…

So, I was watching Live and Let Die last night.  The only thing I really have to say about the movie is; DAMMIT, but if a young Jane Seymour aint delicious.

To prove my point, please see exhibit a, b and c:


Jane Seymour

Lovely, right?


After texting Stretch about how hot Jane Seymour is, I got to thinking about other actresses who have – grown up – and were hot when they were young.  I am a guy, of course I thought of this.  And, lucky you, I am going to share.

Elizabeth Taylor:

Stunningly beautiful

Helen Mirren:

So hot!

Susan Sarandon:

There were even better pictures, but I am trying to keep this a family show.

Catherine Deneuve:

Just too cute - and yummy. (this one is for Hibby)

Angela Lansbury: YES! Angela Lansbury –

She was pretty, right?

Stretch suggested Cloris Leachman, but I just couldn’t do it.

Cybill Shepard: (sp?)

Too bad she's nuts

And, I will end with Marianne Faithful:

Irina Palm

So, this is a topic of much debate I am sure.  There are many more I could and should add, but I am bored with it already – so I have decided to stop.  I mean no harm by this post, I am just appreciating these truly beautiful women who serve as reminders of what real women used to look like before plastic surgery ruined the self-esteem and destroyed the magic of women everywhere.

You are enough, ladies.  Beautiful as you are.  Stop listening to the idiots who are telling you you need to tuck this or enlarge that.  It’s not true.  Age gracefully and with pride.

Sincerely yours, m


About "Mike"

"We only become what we are by the radical and deep-seated refusal of that which others have made of us." - Jean-Paul Sartre "Change and growth take place when a person has risked himself and dares to become involved with experimenting with his own life." - Herbert Otto "Heed the still small voice that so seldom leads us wrong, and never into folly." - Marquise du Deffand "Your real influence is measured by your treatment of yourself." - A. Bronson Alcott "Energy and persistence conquer all things." - Benjamin Franklin "If we all did the things we are capable of, we would astound ourselves." - Thomas Edison "A man who finds no satisfaction in himself will seek for it in vain elsewhere." - La Rochefoucauld
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2 Responses to When you were young, and your heart was an open book…

  1. Botox has ruined acting. Don’t these dinks realize that your forehead needs to move and crinkle to be able to actually act?

    I had such a crush on Angela Lansbury of the 1940s, she was in some fantastic films too.


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