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Thursday, September 13, 2007

Out of left field

I find myself wondering if tex and/or friday have any edits to their previous lists of Hollywood men. Or if jeb and elphaba want to throw their hats in the ring (this is where a smiley face would go were I allowed to use one).

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Blogger "Molly McGee" said...

I'll keep you updated with changes, but here's one I know for sure:

Remove Matthew McConaughey (he's just weird, people) and add . . . yes, I am about to write this. . .

Justin Timberlake.

At least I didn't say Zac Efron. But don't think I'm not trying to figure out a way to get him on there.

I am apparently a 13-year-old girl.


That's right. A smiley face. You don't scare me, girlfriday.

Thursday, September 13, 2007

Blogger girlfriday said...

No, it's fine. If you don't feel confident in your skills as a writer to convey humor or sarcasm and have to rely on symbols, that's terrific.

My list has changed. I'll have to think just how. There are a couple DOCTORS on there. If you know what I mean, we have to talk.

Was Jeremy Northam on my original list? He should have been.

Thursday, September 13, 2007

Blogger Lois E. Lane said...

A) Yes, McConaughey's now much too weird for any list as selective as ours.

B) Interesting phraseology, friday. Perhaps you should view emoticon usage like driving: No matter how good YOU are, there's always someone out there who is NOT as good -- it's defensive emoting, if you will :)

C) The way you get Efron onto a list this selective is to expand it using sports as a model, which I've done impeccably here. The new and improved "I'm married, I don't have a list, but this is who WOULD be on my list" list. It's limited to Hollywood and in alphabetical order by category (am beginning to conclude too much thought was put into this, like Ross and his laminated list)...

Starting line up:
• Harry Connick Jr. (duh)
• Johnny Depp (whose list isn't he on?)
• Colin Firth (gotta have Mr. Darcy)
• Ewan McGregor (he was singing to ME in "Moulin Rouge")
• Ben Stiller (something very Superman-ish about him)

Second string:
• Henry Ian Cusick (ah, the LOST boys...)
• Matthew Fox (yep)
• Josh Holloway (and yep)
• John Krasinski (real-life offices are lacking in Jims)
• Vince Vaughn (tall, dark and hilarious)

Red shirts:
• Gerard Butler (look it'll see)
• Zac Efron (does that make me 13 going on 30?)
• Ioan Gruffud (again, look it up)
• Joel McHale (what can I say? Sense of humor is key on each of my teams)
• Enrique Murciano (you guessed it...look it up)

Friday, September 14, 2007

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lois: Here's to keeping our fingers on written language's version of the 10 and 2 o'clock postion: the equal sign and ending paranthesis.

In regards to the list, I start by saying if Cary Grant were still alive.....
And before you judge me for having a thing for cadavers have a chat with JEB about Clint. (I think I might just pay dearly for that last comment, but sometimes I don't have any self restraint.)

1)Matthew Mconoughey (ihearttexas, I challenge to watch "A Time To Kill" and see if you can resist putting him back on your list.
2)Zach Braff
4)Matt Damon
5)George Clooney
I must say that this list is not as well thought out as I could hope, but I have not mastered the art of carrying on a conversation with an almost 4 year old about anything and everything that comes into her head while also employing my brain in very important matters, such as hot men.

Monday, September 17, 2007


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