Against the grain

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Chris Everlast
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Re: Against the grain

Post by Chris Everlast » Dec 29th, '10, 14:11

Serujuunin wrote:
Big Red Machine wrote:
Serujuunin wrote: Even though I like women as well as men, I still don't like to see women in skimpy outfits all the time... It doesn't leave anything to the imagination. :p There's no intrigue or mystery when just about everything is there to see (and in some cases, waaaaay too much).
Have you seen what the men wear? It's basically the same thing.
I know, but I also don't like when men wear that either.

Speedos should be illegal... -shudder- Most of the guys I like to look at in wrestling wear PANTS.
Now if all the divas would go topless. =p~
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Re: Against the grain

Post by Serujuunin » Dec 29th, '10, 15:14

Chris Everlast wrote:Now if all the divas would go topless. =p~
Turn OFF. lol

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Re: Against the grain

Post by Chris Everlast » Dec 29th, '10, 15:34

Serujuunin wrote:
Chris Everlast wrote:Now if all the divas would go topless. =p~
Turn OFF. lol

For you, maybe! I'd swim over to UK, wake Daddy up, get the Goodfather going and we'll be ON THE HOETRAIN!
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Re: Against the grain

Post by Earth Child » Dec 29th, '10, 18:02

There is a very VERY small percentage of wrestlers who are attractive. All the others are either hulking masses of steriods or have way too much facial hair

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Re: Against the grain

Post by Serujuunin » Dec 29th, '10, 19:05

Earth Child wrote:There is a very VERY small percentage of wrestlers who are attractive. All the others are either hulking masses of steriods or have way too much facial hair
AGREED.

The guys who are built, but lean and don't have crazy roidy veins all over the place are the good looking ones.

But, there is another group, I think. The ones who were on roids in the past and aren't anymore and they've gone all flabby... Like Edge.

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Re: Against the grain

Post by Earth Child » Dec 29th, '10, 19:09

Edge pretty gross aswell.
Serujuunin wrote:The guys who are built, but lean and don't have crazy roidy veins all over the place are the good looking ones.
And they're the hardest ones to find. But I don't mind, I rather do my perving in 80s teen movies.....

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Re: Against the grain

Post by Serujuunin » Dec 29th, '10, 19:16

Earth Child wrote:Edge pretty gross aswell.
Serujuunin wrote:The guys who are built, but lean and don't have crazy roidy veins all over the place are the good looking ones.
And they're the hardest ones to find. But I don't mind, I rather do my perving in 80s teen movies.....
All you need is one. And his name is John Morrison. <3

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Re: Against the grain

Post by Earth Child » Dec 29th, '10, 19:24

But he needs to get rid of the facial hair!!! Then he gets put back into consideration. But he's not my type so its up to you if he can keep the beard or not

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Re: Against the grain

Post by Serujuunin » Dec 29th, '10, 19:25

Earth Child wrote:But he needs to get rid of the facial hair!!! Then he gets put back into consideration. But he's not my type so its up to you if he can keep the beard or not
I don't usually like it, but for John Morrison, I'd put up with just about anything. :D

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Re: Against the grain

Post by Rabid619 » Dec 29th, '10, 19:38

This is like watching a back and forth match. I need popcorn....
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Re: Against the grain

Post by Earth Child » Dec 29th, '10, 19:42

As soon as they get facial hair, they are out. I know I'm fussy. But its so uncomfortable when you try to kiss them and its all scratchy!

Ted Dibiase was cute until he got a beard, same with Justin Gabriel now they just look like Grizzly Adams

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Re: Against the grain

Post by Serujuunin » Dec 29th, '10, 19:43

Rabid619 wrote:This is like watching a back and forth match. I need popcorn....
This is what happens when people get bored. :p

Or when, like me, you got 12 hours of sleep and drank half a bottle of pepsi and have too much energy.

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Re: Against the grain

Post by kirbs2002 » Dec 29th, '10, 19:44

You know there's a wrestling crushes topic, right?
Reality TV is faker than "fake" wrestling!

"The views that I'm about to express are not necessarily those of anyone else but myself, but they ought to be and, in fact, they probably are"

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Re: Against the grain

Post by Serujuunin » Dec 29th, '10, 19:46

kirbs2002 wrote:You know there's a wrestling crushes topic, right?
I know... And I also made a boredom one in an attempt to relocate the conversation. :p

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Re: Against the grain

Post by Earth Child » Dec 29th, '10, 19:48

Well we can't exactly have this conversation with you Rabid now can we?

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Re: Against the grain

Post by Earth Child » Dec 29th, '10, 19:55

The wrestling Crushes topic, I thought, should be kept to ladies, thats why I posted who I would turn gay for. I don't want to ruin the mood by listing a dude

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Re: Against the grain

Post by kirbs2002 » Dec 29th, '10, 19:56

Well, I didn't specify it had to be women only. If anyone gives you crap, punch their face in.
Reality TV is faker than "fake" wrestling!

"The views that I'm about to express are not necessarily those of anyone else but myself, but they ought to be and, in fact, they probably are"

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Re: Against the grain

Post by Earth Child » Dec 29th, '10, 20:01

Over the internet? I'll try but I don't think the outcome will be good... :p

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Re: Against the grain

Post by kirbs2002 » Dec 29th, '10, 20:02

Earth Child wrote:Over the internet? I'll try but I don't think the outcome will be good... :p
That's the spirit! :)
Reality TV is faker than "fake" wrestling!

"The views that I'm about to express are not necessarily those of anyone else but myself, but they ought to be and, in fact, they probably are"

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Re: Against the grain

Post by yourcrapsweak » Dec 29th, '10, 21:47

Big Red Machine wrote:I'm definitely going to agree about Attitude Era. Can anyone name ANY great angles from it aside from the following?

Kane-Taker, and all of it's build-up
Austin vs. McMahon
The McMahom-Helmsley Saga (everything from the beginning of Triple H's feud with Vince through the end of the McMahon Helmsley regime)

Everything else that was great about it could have worked in any other climate (E&C vs. Hardyz vs. Dudleyz, Angle vs. Benoit, etc.) Maybe the only thing that wouldn't have been possible was the rise of Y2J.
You just proved why it was great. Yes, it could have existed in another climate, but it didn't. It happened during the Attitude Era, and that's why it was great.
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