Thursday, 8 March 2007

It's International Women's Day...

International Women's Day is an ideal opportunity to honour international women, don't you think -- you know, real women, women who make you feel like this:

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So let's see, who makes you feel that way? Sophia Loren?Katarina Witt?Maureen O'Hara?Hedy Lamarr?Soprano Anna Moffo?Claudia Cardinale?Gina Lollabrigida?Elle McPherson?
Rita Hayworth?Ursula Andress?Isabelle Adjani?Or, perhaps, Diana Rigg...

No, there's no contemporary airheads in this list -- I prefer real women, not braindead stick insects. How 'bout you?
[Hat tip Weekend Women by Kim du Toit]


  1. you left out Helen Clark!

  2. you also left out Ruth!

  3. Given the choices posted

    Hedy Lamar

    Is my Dagny.

  4. You missed out Rebecca Loos...

  5. Robert Winefield10 Mar 2007, 04:38:00

    Loos?? Gawd's Teeth!

    I wouldn't even screw that two-bit brain-dead, class-less slapper with yours!

    Like Pamela Anderson, Paris Hilton and Madonna, Loos is a 'Hottie' in the epidemiological sense of the word.

    What the hell happened to all of the screen sirens with self respect & brains?

    Are they extinct or merely buried in the crush of bimbettes with racing-toothpick figures making 'stolen' skin flicks to boost the ratings of the new season of their 'reality' TV-show?

  6. best thing I've seen you post for a long time PC. Can't disagree with you on this front. ;)

    I'm reminded of words much greater than I could ever think up.

    Sir Mixalot - Baby got back.
    So Cosmo says you're fat
    Well I ain't down with that!
    'Cause your waist is small and your curves are kickin'
    And I'm thinkin' bout stickin'
    To the beanpole dames in the magazines:
    You ain't it, Miss Thing!

  7. God bless you Steven. Let's watch the video, one the funniest music videos ever made.


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