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    Default Is there anyone more beautiful than Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt?

    And don't be a smartass and say your significant other is.

    I know their kids will grow up to be extremely beautiful but is there anyone now who is?

    What do you all think of Carolyn Murphy?



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    IMO, Kathryn Morris in her prime was one of the most beautiful women ever. Between her physical beauty, voice, smile, body language and character in Cold Case, she puts a lot of other beauties to shame.

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    Subjectively speaking, yes. In their heyday, I found Charlize Theron, Mira Sorvino, Halle Berry and Ashley Judd more attractive than Angelina Jolie in her heyday--and I'd argue all of those women have aged better than Angelina too. Those lips are a little off-putting, and I've spoken to other guys who actually find them a turn off as well. Tone it down with the collagen implants, sister. Brad Pitt, meh, I can see why he's attractive in a very classical masculine way, but I think if I were a lady I'd be more into less traditionally attractive actors.
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    I'd have to go with the actresses who play the sisters in The Good Girls on Netflix at the moment.

    Or the lady that plays Damelsa in BBC's Poldark, I've got a thing for red headed women.

    The actress who is in The Good Girls who is not a red head (but plays the sister of the red head) has an endomorphic body type which I find attractive too, it used to be the only sort of woman that I found attractive actually and I still consider it particularly feminine in appearance.

    I also think the actress who plays Penny in Big Bang Theory is really attractive but she is a particular body type, tall, long back, which I tend to think as a distinctively American type too, as it happens.

    There is also a sort of complexion which I associate with some parts of Canada and some parts of Germany (dont know why this should be so but I've met Germans and Canadians who have the same skin tone etc. is all) which I find very attractive, I cant think of any celebrities right now though who fit that appearance, in the case of the Germans I am told that some Austrians more closely are to type than other Germans, they are brown haired, swarthy skinned, also, possibly stocking in appearance. Pretty much the opposite of the whole Aryan ideal.
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    Robin Wright is a very attractive lady. Oh also Daphne Zuniga, though I have not seen her in ages. And Gal Gadot.

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    Also, Terry Farrell, and she still looks pretty good.
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    I'm going to be a smartass and say my husband. He's, IMO, hotter than Brad Pitt since there's a lot underpinning his good looks that of intelligence and a strong ethical framework.
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    Quote Originally Posted by asynartetic View Post
    I think if I were a lady I'd be more into less traditionally attractive actors.
    I am intrigued by your line of thought and wonder who they would be?

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    I predict the OP is a Gen Xer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlip View Post
    I predict the OP is a Gen Xer.
    Yes 1980's.

    What makes you say that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by klimaxoxox View Post
    Yes 1980's.

    What makes you say that?
    I was born in 1979, what does that make me?
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