Has anyone ever wondered what his bare chesticles would look like with a smattering of chest hair? I think he looks smouldering with chin stubble, but with his chest baby smooth, it makes me wonder how it'd be au naturel.Ok, back to the gutter with witchywoman now.
Me no like chest hair! Do you mean you think it's not natural to have no chest hair? EGAD! Fixing his teeth is one thing...but please don't say he waxes his chest!! LOL
Love this topic - it's great fun:) Well, yes - when you see actors with not even a few chest hairs you can be certain it was waxed. Last unwaxed James Bond must've been Sean Connery--many moons ago. IMO, nature dropped the ball so to speak:) by covering the luscious muscles...but that's just me - for every smooth, rippling muscles aficionado there's a manly chest hair lover. Wonder how many answers we'd receive in a poll on the subject:)All actors/actresses get their front teeth capped. that's why they're so perfectly straight and snowy white. Even TV newscasters/weather people...anyone on TV daily gets their teeth capped.
Ragtag: This is the reply I tried to post to your first comment when the blog again gave the rude 'you can't comment' message:)>hahaha...IMO, there's nothing gutterish or witchywoman about your remark, ragtag. We're human - it's perfectly natural to have thoughts about interesting aspects of the other half of the human race:) In fact, that has been nature's grand plan for the survival of the human race - apparently it's been working beautifully for at least 2000yrs. Maybe mens' chest hair should be the topic for the next poll. LOL Isn't it interesting how women react differently as far as whether it's 'to be or not to be, that is the question':) ....found with this RA obsession that I've a definite preference for unvarnished chest muscles in all their glory - nothing obscuring the gorgeous view:) but at this point RA would probably be happy to eliminate the waxing to make his professional life simpler. Is it possible the tattoos will disappear in Spooks 9 and chest hair will appear? That would set RA fan forums abuzz, wouldn't it. BTW, I'm planning to add your blog to our sidebar list, if that's ok with you?<Phylly3, do you have a blog? If so, can we add a link to it as well in this sidebar?Just started to take the time to look around and found many posters have their own blogs....sorry to have taken so long:)
Yeah i noticed that sometimes i not allowed to comment on your site either. I use mozilla and sometimes opera. Link away dear blogger!I have a 10 hair threshold when it comes to chesticle specifications. I believe the last unwaxed tv character i saw was Jonas Armstrong in RH3! And before that, the sheriff when he went walkabout. Eeeewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww.Nuff said.
Just so you know, not every man needs his chest waxed! My husband for one does not! He might get the odd hair which just gets tweezed now and again. Ricar, no I don't have a blog (yet), and thanks for asking! But I've certainly been thinking about it. I'll let you know when I'm ready to enter Blogland...You really have to check out Ragtag's past blog entries, especially her review of North and South. It is hysterically funny! And so TRUE, well..."it's funny 'cause it's true!"
Phylly3 how nice of you to put in a good word! RiCrAr it's the first link under the heading 'Top Posts' helpfully called 'Richard Armitage'.Speaking of chest waxing I can't imagine the guys I know and work with waxing their chests. It wouldn't hurt (their looks i mean), but if only their pot bellies could get shaved off just as quickly.
Face & neck stubble is another one of those interesting male topics. Most men begin to look like vagrants with anymore than a very light stubble, so why is it RA manages to look so delicious with medium to heavy stubble that seems to extend to his belly button:)
ragtag said "Yeah i noticed that sometimes i not allowed to comment on your site either. I use mozilla and sometimes opera. Link away dear blogger!"I'm working to correct this - "cookies might be disabled"....Oh No!!...not this close to Christmas. Hope the Walnut-chocolate-chip cookies are ok:)
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