Audrey Hepburn – Open Mouth

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There’s something about this picture that makes me happy.

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    22 Responses to Audrey Hepburn – Open Mouth

    1. shop in a penor and reupload.

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    2. Motherfucking definition of sexy.

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    3. Magnus’s vagina getting rule # 6:

      Tell her you like Audrey Hepburn. If possible quote Breakfast at Tiffanys even if you’ve never seen it.

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    4. And yet, showing off your Audrey Hepburn dvd collection will get you nowhere…

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    5. Magnus – does that really work? If a guy told me he liked Audrey Hepburn and quoted Breakfast at Tiffanys…well, first of all I’d have no idea what movie he’s quoting since I’ve watched it twice all the way through, then I’d probably start to wonder if he’s gay.
      Shakespeare, on the other hand, is magic panty remover.

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    6. I’d ogle this, but it turns out she’s a distant relative of mine. But the rest of you, go right ahead.

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    7. Hey Lisa, how about Ben Jonson:

      “Give me a look, give me a face,
      that make simplicity a grace.
      Hair loosely flowing
      robes as free
      Such sweet neglect more taketh me
      than th’ adultries of art.
      They strike mine eyes, but not my heart.”

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    8. AlecDalek, are you serious? lucky. she is one of my idols. i have a lot of her movies. personally, if a guy quoted Breakfast At Tiffany’s to me, i would do him. its a classic movie. i love a guy who can appreciate the classics.

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    9. I disagree Lisa. For example:
      After a first date
      Me: “When shall we meet again, in thunder, lightning, or in rain?”.

      Her: Never

      Or,

      Her: my mum is coming over.”

      Me: “By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked comes.

      Her: You Pig!

      Or,

      Me: “Give me my longsword HO!”

      Her: You Bastard!

      Shakespeare does not work at all!

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    10. Kerry – If some guy quoted Ben Jonson to me, I’d probably think it was Shakespeare and then be impressed to find out who it actually is (I have to admit that I needed to Google the name to find out who he was). That’s hot. I love it.

      EvilDon – I wasn’t talking about one liners in regular conversation. Though your use of them is pretty amusing and if I were the woman you were using these quotes on, I’d probably laugh my ass off.

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    11. So, Lisa…would that get your panties off?

      If yes, please forward me your address.

      πŸ˜‰

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    12. brutal_fashion, yes I’m serious. I even have a cousin that looks like her.

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    13. As soon as my wife saw this post she went and grabbed the breakfast at tiffany’s vinyl that I found alone with others at a garage sale, and took it to a friends who actually has a record player.

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    14. Shakespeare?

      Maybe American schools are different but I was done reading Shakespeare in grade 9. It’s kind of mandatory for middle schoolers so I would feel quite silly bonding with an adult woman over it. Then again Lisa has just given a pretty good tip on how to impress American teenag….never mind.

      Tell a girl you’ve even seen Breakfast at Tiffanys once and quote just one line and yes for a moment she’ll wonder “maybe this guy is gay?” But it will be followed with “God I hope not” and then you can fuck her in the larynx.

      AlecDalek,

      May I do your cousin?

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    15. We need a picture of the Dalek’s cousin. DALEK, GIVE US A PICTURE!!!

      mAgnUS, I find that the attitude of American teenage girls remain very much the same throughout their 20s and sometimes even into their 30s. So, if it be Shakespeare, My little pony tales, or Care Bears… If you can somehow connect on that level, you will have their attention, or more.

      Lisa, I’m glad you got the joke. I don’t know how you developed a sense of humour spending all of your time in the kitchen, but evedently, you did. Good job!

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    16. mAgnUS, she’s still on the market, so sure!

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    17. Magnus, you have the right idea about American schools. I was required to read Romeo and Juliet when I was in 9th grade and that was only because I was in an advanced English class. I don’t think I had to read any other of his works until my senior year when we read Macbeth. I can understand it being silly if it was middle school reading for you. Plus where I came from most teenage girls my age were more impressed by loud, fast cars and who had the constant supply of weed. Artsy types who spouted soliloquies and could hold a semi-intelligent conversation were usually branded as faggots.
      BTW – Care Bears and My Little Pony? I was already a teenager when those things came out the first time around.

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    18. “Artsy types who spouted soliloquies and could hold a semi-intelligent conversation were usually branded as faggots.”

      Still true, unfortunately…

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    19. Kerry – I didn’t even see your reply until just now. Anyway…I don’t think my husband would care for my panties coming off because some guy on MCS typed some literature at me. πŸ˜‰ He chose another tactic: giving me a neck and back massage while wearing his US Navy “whites”. Nothing like strong hands and a uniform. Guh.

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    20. Audrey Hepburn’s beauty deserved fame, but her acting was pretty damn bad.

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