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martyoreen

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Post 11 Jan 2014, 02:29

Re: Fashion

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martyoreen wrote:Why wasn't Gambit comfortable with it ? Confess :lol: Purdey's outfit in Lion and the Unicorn certainly has a few who would take it out of her wardrobe :thumb:


There's no big story behind it--he just wasn't keen on it for the same reasons as Joanna. Gareth was always a bit bemused by the sex symbol thing, too--he didn't think he was classically good-looking, and pointed out his broken nose. Which only serves to make him more attractive, in my view. :lol:

Classically good looking...Sex symbol thing are so very subjective ...and could never understand why one would complain about being considered either or both ...doesn't mean you cant be a brilliant actor/actress as well :yes: Gambits broken nose making him more attractive to you shows how subjective they are :thumb:
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Post 11 Jan 2014, 14:25

Re: Fashion

martyoreen wrote:
Timeless A-Peel wrote:
martyoreen wrote:Why wasn't Gambit comfortable with it ? Confess :lol: Purdey's outfit in Lion and the Unicorn certainly has a few who would take it out of her wardrobe :thumb:


There's no big story behind it--he just wasn't keen on it for the same reasons as Joanna. Gareth was always a bit bemused by the sex symbol thing, too--he didn't think he was classically good-looking, and pointed out his broken nose. Which only serves to make him more attractive, in my view. :lol:

Classically good looking...Sex symbol thing are so very subjective ...and could never understand why one would complain about being considered either or both ...doesn't mean you cant be a brilliant actor/actress as well :yes: Gambits broken nose making him more attractive to you shows how subjective they are :thumb:


Gareth wasn't complaining about it--he just never thought of himself that way, so he was bemused by it when it suddenly became a thing. Naturally, saying you don't think you look like a sex symbol only serves to make you more attractive. :wink: But it is a very subjective thing, I agree.
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martyoreen

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Post 12 Jan 2014, 02:31

Re: Fashion

'Naturally saying...' How does this serve to make you more attractive ? ...Never worked for me :lol:
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Post 12 Jan 2014, 14:21

Re: Fashion

martyoreen wrote:'Naturally saying...' How does this serve to make you more attractive ? ...Never worked for me :lol:


It signifies a level of humility, and that he wasn't buying into the hype. Gareth was never arrogant, which was one of his (many) charms.
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Post 16 Jan 2014, 03:27

Re: Fashion

Timeless A-Peel wrote:
martyoreen wrote:'Naturally saying...' How does this serve to make you more attractive ? ...Never worked for me :lol:


It signifies a level of humility, and that he wasn't buying into the hype. Gareth was never arrogant, which was one of his (many) charms.

Certainly ...humility in Gareths case :thumb: ...but cringeworthy in many cases !
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