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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 1/2/2008 11:40:34 AM   
JIm R

 

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ORIGINAL: Beno

Damn right Jim , all we are is a bunch of rackers doing no harm to nobody . And i tell you now without any fear of reprisal or ridicule.... im proud to be called a racker .


I just wonder whether the girls on the site will put up a 'top apendage' thread though ?

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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 1/2/2008 12:11:06 PM   
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Helena Bonham Carter's in Sweeny Todd were pretty impressive, but i too am too thick to include a pic

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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 1/2/2008 12:14:09 PM   
Beno


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quote:

ORIGINAL: JIm R

quote:

ORIGINAL: Beno

Damn right Jim , all we are is a bunch of rackers doing no harm to nobody . And i tell you now without any fear of reprisal or ridicule.... im proud to be called a racker .


I just wonder whether the girls on the site will put up a 'top apendage' thread though ?


That would be immoral and disgusting not to mention .....eerr... degrading to Men everywhere .

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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 1/2/2008 12:23:24 PM   
JIm R

 

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A lot had to do with Helena Boneham Carter being pregnant during filming and the dress she wore kind of leans to providing that level of 'support' in that period of history.

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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 1/2/2008 12:35:56 PM   
Beno


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quote:

ORIGINAL: JIm R

quote:

ORIGINAL: Beno

Damn right Jim , all we are is a bunch of rackers doing no harm to nobody . And i tell you now without any fear of reprisal or ridicule.... im proud to be called a racker .


I just wonder whether the girls on the site will put up a 'top apendage' thread though ?


HANG ON!?! There are Girls on this site ??

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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 1/2/2008 1:32:37 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: JIm R

A lot had to do with Helena Boneham Carter being pregnant during filming and the dress she wore kind of leans to providing that level of 'support' in that period of history.


They were still impressive

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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 1/2/2008 2:30:23 PM   
JIm R

 

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quote:

ORIGINAL: Fluke Skywalker

Image deleted. Sorry guys. This is a nipple free forum. In the most literal sense obviously.


That's just greedy !


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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 1/2/2008 3:03:49 PM   
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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 1/2/2008 3:24:13 PM   
Beno


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Back to reality..... or not ...maybe
 
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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 1/2/2008 3:37:02 PM   
Beno


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MISS EVA GREEN

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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 4/2/2008 1:41:05 PM   
Beno


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Best known as Julia Roberts mate in "Pretty Woman"

 Laura San Giacomo .

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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 4/2/2008 1:54:27 PM   
Beno


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This lady knows she has a Rack and lets everyone else know too

 Jennifer Tilly

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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 4/2/2008 4:48:17 PM   
JIm R

 

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quote:

ORIGINAL: Beno

This lady knows she has a Rack and lets everyone else know too

 Jennifer Tilly


Yeah, she is rather keen to get them out a lot.

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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 4/2/2008 5:14:58 PM   
BatFan


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quote:

ORIGINAL: JIm R

quote:

ORIGINAL: Beno

This lady knows she has a Rack and lets everyone else know too

 Jennifer Tilly


Yeah, she is rather keen to get them out a lot.


*goes into 'The Todd' from Scrubs mode*

I don't care if she's 49 I would SO hit that.

*goes to play.com to order copy of Bound*

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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 4/2/2008 7:14:42 PM   
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I see your Jennifer Tilly and I raise you...


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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 4/2/2008 7:32:17 PM   
Tech_Noir

 

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I still prefer golden era Connelly.


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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 4/2/2008 7:47:13 PM   
BatFan


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ORIGINAL: Tech_Noir

What a childish thread
(Jennifer Connelly, pre-op)




Does anyone know why she had them made smaller? to quote superbad "it's like slapping god in the face"

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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 4/2/2008 8:33:03 PM   
Tech_Noir

 

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ORIGINAL: BatFan

quote:

ORIGINAL: Tech_Noir

What a childish thread
(Jennifer Connelly, pre-op)




Does anyone know why she had them made smaller? to quote superbad "it's like slapping god in the face"


Too distracting?

Although with a gorgeous face like hers I'd be torn where to look.

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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 4/2/2008 11:45:20 PM   
Larry of Arabia

 

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Watching Blazing Saddles right now and have to give an honourable mention to Miss Madeline Kahn.



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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 5/2/2008 9:38:41 AM   
Beno


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Larry Miss Kahn was in Blazing Saddles but that aint her ......good rack though .

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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 5/2/2008 10:42:40 AM   
JIm R

 

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quote:

ORIGINAL: Beno

Larry Miss Kahn was in Blazing Saddles but that aint her ......good rack though .


Work, work work, (turns to breasts) hello boys !!!

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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 5/2/2008 10:51:31 AM   
JIm R

 

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To answer the JC reduction question, she developed v early, v quickly (check out Labyrinth) and just go fed up with being that big I think.  Poor old Paul Bettany
 
She's still a goddess though

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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 5/2/2008 10:56:10 AM   
Tech_Noir

 

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ORIGINAL: JIm R

To answer the JC reduction question, she developed v early, v quickly (check out Labyrinth) and just go fed up with being that big I think.  Poor old Paul Bettany
 
She's still a goddess though


It's just wrong.



I miss Jenny's boobs.

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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 5/2/2008 11:01:53 AM   
JIm R

 

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quote:

ORIGINAL: Tech_Noir

quote:

ORIGINAL: JIm R

To answer the JC reduction question, she developed v early, v quickly (check out Labyrinth) and just go fed up with being that big I think.  Poor old Paul Bettany
 
She's still a goddess though


It's just wrong.



I miss Jenny's boobs.


As do I my friend, as do I 

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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 5/2/2008 11:11:48 AM   
Larry of Arabia

 

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ORIGINAL: Beno

Larry Miss Kahn was in Blazing Saddles but that aint her ......good rack though .


Oops! My mistake. But yes, nice rack anyway.

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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 5/2/2008 12:33:54 PM   
Beno


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Back to TV , i always liked Amy Nuttall that used to be in Emmerdale



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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 5/2/2008 12:36:40 PM   
Beno


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Hang on a minute ...... i just realised , there have been dozens of "top class" racks over the last few years in the soap that is Emmerdale ........ i knew i watched it for some reason ......no not for the sheep !!

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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 5/2/2008 12:44:10 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Tech_Noir

I still prefer golden era Connelly.




When I die I wanna come back as that mirror.

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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 5/2/2008 12:44:16 PM   
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For shame, forum. Guess what? Women have boobs! Lawks, who'd have thunk it, eh?

This thread smells of nerd...

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RE: Greatest rack in Film & TV history - 5/2/2008 1:02:10 PM   
Beno


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ORIGINAL: darthjim

For shame, forum. Guess what? Women have boobs! Lawks, who'd have thunk it, eh?

This thread smells of nerd...


We aint hurting no one Darthjim , if we wanted to appreciate Shia Lebouf there is a thread for pics. of him im sure somewhere in Objects of Desire . If anyone ever is truly offended or upset , i will stop posting on here . I dont consider myself a "nerd" cos im 44 , married with 3 kids and 4 stepkids , i do however consider the beauty of this much maligned genre to be misunderstood........ and im annoyed you used the word boobs ... which i hate .

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