People you secretly fancy a little bit...

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  • Zoe Wannamake

  • Gil Grissom and Alan Rickman are both on my 'hot' board on Pinterest. I also have Jeff Goldblum and Gene Hunt on there...
  • My name hasnt appeared once yet......... Huffs   image

  • zoe wanamaker image

  • Another here for Zoe Wanamaker ... Kate Humble, Bettany Hughes ....

    ... and I know all the guys (and some of the gals no doubt) are in denial and trying to pretend its not so, so if it helps I'll be the first to put it down  .... Anne Widecombe !!

     

  • LIVERBIRD wrote (see)

    Yeah. Rickman makes you feel like you've been naughty and you're going to punished in a really kinky way.....image

     

    Tom Hardy does the same thing for me LB image

     

    sarah the bookworm wrote (see)

    Gareth Malone image

     

    Yes he does have something about him Bookie. I think it's his ability to get hold of reluctant people who could probably deck him with one punch and make them sing -  that's a rare quality. He's like something out of a Victorian novel. 

  • Victoria Coran - brains and beauty

  • Victoria Coran is very attractive, once again not someone to secretly fancy unless you're standards are through the roof!

    I'm boring, I can't think of a single unconventionally good looking person I'm attracted too.

  • Ohhhh Tom Hardy! image  But he's not a secret shame, all my friends know how much I like him.

  • Tom Hardy scares me a bit image His neck is too big!

  • xine267 wrote (see)

    Ohhhh Tom Hardy! image  But he's not a secret shame, all my friends know how much I like him.

     

    I even thought he managed to be quite attractive in "Bronson" - which is really saying something! image

     

    Little Nemo - waving, not drowning! wrote (see)

    Tom Hardy scares me a bit image His neck is too big!

     

    The being a bit scary thing is part of the attraction though  - I mean you know you just wouldn't, right? Except how could you resist?   image 

  • My favourite is 'The Take' image 

    I was a bit disappointed when I read his biography (my friend made me a 'Hardy Hamper' for my birthday, ALL the DVDs, biography and lots of photos. Swoon!) and discovered that he'd been to drama school. I don't like to think of him being a luvvie image

  • Screamapillar wrote (see
    sarah the bookworm wrote (see)

    Gareth Malone image

    Yes he does have something about him Bookie. I think it's his ability to get hold of reluctant people who could probably deck him with one punch and make them sing -  that's a rare quality. He's like something out of a Victorian novel. 

    He's charming and a gentleman, and he can play the piano *swoon*

  • Interesting that men are much more reluctant to post than women.
  • I think we simply don't recognise the concept of "we really shouldn't". (To take on the role of spokesman for my gender).

  • i'm with Dan on this, an embarassing crush is a bit of an alien concept for most men.

  • xine267 wrote (see)

    My favourite is 'The Take' image 

    I was a bit disappointed when I read his biography (my friend made me a 'Hardy Hamper' for my birthday, ALL the DVDs, biography and lots of photos. Swoon!) and discovered that he'd been to drama school. I don't like to think of him being a luvvie image

    He had a bit of a posh upbringing too - though, to be fair, you wouldn't know it. I think his dodgy younger life makes him less luvvie than most though. I mean, can you imagine Ralph Fiennes doing crack? image 

  • the dude abides wrote (see)

    victoria wood

    Oh, god, that made me feel sick! 

  • I have to admit here that (a) I was in the same year at school with Philip Glenister, who plays Gene Hunt - though describing him as a 'school friend' would probably be pushing it; and (b) I once interviewed Patrick Stewart and a lovelier man you couldn't hope to meet. 

  • Juliette from Dogtanian and the Three Muskehounds.

  • PhilPub - superb. I thinkwe can close this thread.

  • Mrs Easy's sister.

  • imageimage

    This is more like it.  Anthropomorphised cartoon-dogs and in-laws...

  • Lady Penelope.

  • Ok that's more like it - I mean you really should be vaguely embarrased about fancying puppets and animated characters. As for in laws.....image

  • Nadine Dorres

  • Nobody has said Anne Widdecombe yet. I wonder why? image

    Before anyone asks, no I don't fancy old frosty knickers.

  • Carol  from accounts

  • Peter Collins wrote (see)
    I once interviewed Patrick Stewart and a lovelier man you couldn't hope to meet. 

    Did he have an obsession with tits?

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