Lauren Bacall

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Of all of the stars from the 1940s, one of my absolute favourites has to be Lauren Bacall. From her sharp wit (“A woman isn’t complete without a man. But where do you find a man – a real man – these days?”) to her gorgeous features and hair (wish I could carry off a hairstyle like hers), she is elegance and class personified with generous lashings of beauty.

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I confess I have not actually seen a single one of her films (but that’s something I’ll definitely rectify in the upcoming months), but the sight of such beauty just takes my decidedly heterosexual breath away. Even some 80 years after she was born she still retains much of her youthful beauty (minus the unflattering open mouth expression). She is truly what one calls ‘one in a million’ She spoils the market for average looking girls like me ):

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I was randomly searching for tips when I found this page: How to Cultivate an Emo Attitude. Enjoy the LOLs.

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And last but not least here’s to a Merry Christmas 2008 from JH and I, with an awesome Christmas song from the disco-ey ’70s courtesy of Boney M

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