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Postby thirdcrank » 7 Oct 2008, 1:37pm

Dee Jay wrote:
glueman wrote:Andrew Marr in chocolate! I bet Thornton's do something similar for Halloween.


Now, now ...

He may be rather odd looking, but he's still drop dead sexy! He has a brain the size of a planet, he's formidably well-read and he takes on people who run countries before breakfast. What's not to like?


Is he the one with the large ears?

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Postby Dee Jay » 7 Oct 2008, 1:45pm

pigman wrote:oddest looking is the alien who fronts Dragons Den. Guess someone out there will fancy him tho'


Ahem!

Well ... I did say that my list was incomplete!

Evan Davis is lovely.

Apparently, Robert Peston is the current crush de jour, but the matinee idol-type slot on my list is occupied very ably by Mr Ferry!
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Postby glueman » 7 Oct 2008, 2:24pm

Dee Jay wrote:
Mark Lawson and Jonathan Meades...


Now you're just trying to scare us. Specsavers sometimes do a 2 for 1 or try adjusting the horizontal hold on your TV.

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Postby Dee Jay » 7 Oct 2008, 2:37pm

glueman wrote:
Dee Jay wrote:
Mark Lawson and Jonathan Meades...


Now you're just trying to scare us. Specsavers sometimes do a 2 for 1 or try adjusting the horizontal hold on your TV.


:lol:

Is this a good moment to mention Rod Liddell?

:lol:
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Postby glueman » 7 Oct 2008, 3:09pm

Dee Jay wrote:
Is this a good moment to mention Rod Liddell?


Why not? Shall I bring the stake or the crucifix?

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Postby Cunobelin » 7 Oct 2008, 5:29pm

I have no problem at all with any of the above, after all personal taste is just that -personal.....

However if anyone posts Peter Mandelson as a sex object I think I will need to call in the moderators!

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Postby reohn2 » 7 Oct 2008, 6:18pm

Anura wrote:Simon King and Ray Mears come to mind. Ray mears seems so dependable & Simon King has a very nice voice!!! I'm sure there are more, will have to think about it.


I suppose he'd come in handy if you wanted the odd canoe knocking up out of birch bark!

Right now I need to tell you about a guy I used to work with, Jimmy would describe women as "baggers" "double baggers" and "Hyenas"
baggers were women whom if one should wake up next to they should wear a bag over their heads as the shock could kill you.
Double baggers the same rule as "baggers" applies but one should also wear a bag over ones own head in case her bag came off.
A Hyena would be same as a double bagger but if bags accidentally slipped off and she was layed on ones arm one would chew one's own arm off to escape.

Anyway if I were a woman I'd (and I have consulted with others, all female) firmly put Ray in the Hyena category.

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Postby reohn2 » 7 Oct 2008, 6:21pm

glueman wrote:
Dee Jay wrote:
Is this a good moment to mention Rod Liddell?


Why not? Shall I bring the stake or the crucifix?


:D :D :D

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Postby bikely-challenged » 7 Oct 2008, 6:57pm

Cunobelin wrote:
However if anyone posts Peter Mandelson as a sex object I think I will need to call in the moderators!


I don't think Tony Blair posts here.
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Postby morris dancer » 7 Oct 2008, 9:23pm

.....anyone thinking of Bruce Parry...i hope not...more for me . of course he'd be covered in chocolate...

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Postby jan19 » 7 Oct 2008, 10:05pm

Ladies, we have to consider the voice - just the sexiest thing going...


so I hearby nominate Patrick Stewart and John Hurt. Although nobody compares with the divine Richard Burton...

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Postby eileithyia » 7 Oct 2008, 10:14pm

On voices then it has to be Richard Allinson, that really is rich dark chocolate yummmmmmmmmm.

The wildlife is one very good reason for watching Spring/Autumnwatch, and Simon King is top of the wildlife list......sigh must soon be time for it to start again, meanwhile it is Big Cat diary :lol:
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Postby Dee Jay » 8 Oct 2008, 10:02am

Many of choices work in radio. Nuff said.

But, as an ardent Scotophile(??), I should like to nominate Frankie Boyle in the voice department.

In fact, he can go in the irreverent humourist dept, as well.

In fact, how on earth did he get left off my orginal list???
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Postby glueman » 8 Oct 2008, 11:32am

Never trust a sexy radio voice - they often have a radio face to go with it. Though one can always turn out the lights I s'pose.

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Postby Dee Jay » 8 Oct 2008, 12:37pm

Glueman, you've not been paying attention ... I thought that I'd more than adequately proved that I rather like 'radio faces'!! :lol:

Aaah .... I see you've just driven the stake straight through his nose! :wink:
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