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Hot or Not: Maggie Gyllenhaal


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Maggie Gyllenhaal: Hot or Not?  

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  1. 1. Is Maggie Gyllenhaal hot or not?

    • Yes, she's hot
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    • No, she's not hot
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You had a bunch of guys who probably haven't had sex in a decade, like Hesshole, Jf80 and BG, using words like heinous and disgusting to describe her. My point is that she's attractive, she's not Kate Upton, but she's interesting and quirky and would def bang..

Bangable was never the criteria and never will be the criteria because even fugly chicks get banged. That's genetically implanted in men in order to perpetuate the species.

And you had intimated in the other thread that Baggie was hot, hence the poll. "Attractiveness" wasn't the issue.

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Bangable was never the criteria and never will be the criteria because even fugly chicks get banged. That's genetically implanted in men in order to perpetuate the species.

And you had intimated in the other thread that Baggie was hot, hence the poll. "Attractiveness" wasn't the issue.

attractive = not ugly for sure but also not necessarily hot

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attractive = not ugly for sure but also not necessarily hot

Many years ago before I started wasting employer's time with all you guys, I used to play an online game with friends where we would have a roster of female and male celebrities (there were both female and male players). We had 3 categories: (1) Pretty, (2) Attractive, and (3) Hot. Player A would say a celebrity's name and Players B, C, etc. had to guess whether Player A thought the celebrity was Pretty, Attractive, Hot. Then it would be Player B's turn. The player with the most correct guesses wins.

The way we distinguished the 3 categories were as follows:

1) A pretty celebrity was a goodlooking celebrity, be it cute, pretty, beautiful, gorgeous or whatever that you would most likely make romantic love. Try to romance the celebrity and be okay with that.

2) An attractive celebrity might even be ugly, but she has a certain allure to her that would make you want to **** the sh*t out of her.

3) A hot celebrity was a combination of both pretty and attractive. In other words, they're beautiful and have that allure where you want to **** their brains out.

Those definitions still work for me. So, I can see where you say she's attractive. I can see that, but she may very well still be ugly. Ugly chicks get love too.

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See that's the thing. JF80 is a twit and is trying to change the argument...

You had a bunch of guys who probably haven't had sex in a decade, like Hesshole, Jf80 and BG, using words like heinous and disgusting to describe her. My point is that she's attractive, she's not Kate Upton, but she's interesting and quirky and would def bang..

I'm pretty sure Kate Upton would be really, really boring in bed. No fundamentals.

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Well yeah when your by yourself. This would be different.

She's too hot and has always been too hot. Women only get better in bed in an attempt to compensate for vast and incorrectable insecurities. Her only insecurities are 1. aging and 2. Fear of getting impregnated by Drake at some point.

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in this post porn age, "hot" is a very high level to attain

she just aint there

I guess the definition changes with the person. I don't dig the porn queen type. Skanks dont do it for me either. Bimbos can be hot, but only if they're genuine bimbos. Girls who act like bibos for attention are not hot. All that being said, there is one hot porn psuedo-bimbo that breaks the above rules. Katie Morgan. Cute and bubbly and crazy sexy.

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I guess the definition changes with the person. I don't dig the porn queen type. Skanks dont do it for me either. Bimbos can be hot, but only if they're genuine bimbos. Girls who act like bibos for attention are not hot. All that being said, there is one hot porn psuedo-bimbo that breaks the above rules. Katie Morgan. Cute and bubbly and crazy sexy.

love katie morgan

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"If fortune is a bitch with venom and laser t!ts maybe sin'll make for sugar flavored flesh."

I have been a bastard to the people who actively attempted to deliver me from peril

That dude throws out some of the most complex lyrics I have ever heard. That one in particular made me lulz.

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I have been a bastard to the people who actively attempted to deliver me from peril

That dude throws out some of the most complex lyrics I have ever heard. That one in particular made me lulz.

It's his best since Labor Days, no doubt. I was a huge fan of None Shall Pass too, esoteric narratives about pirates make RJF's mind happy. Guy's the Frank Zappa of hip hop. That one particular line had to be a shout out to Bazooka Tooth, which was basically a giant middle finger to label execs that wanted to turn him into a pop artist. He's playing out here next Friday and I can't wait, it'll be my 4th time seeing him live and he always puts on a solid act.

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It's his best since Labor Days, no doubt. I was a huge fan of None Shall Pass too, esoteric narratives about pirates make RJF's mind happy. Guy's the Frank Zappa of hip hop. That one particular line had to be a shout out to Bazooka Tooth, which was basically a giant middle finger to label execs that wanted to turn him into a pop artist. He's playing out here next Friday and I can't wait, it'll be my 4th time seeing him live and he always puts on a solid act.

That's a great comparison, Frank Zappa of hip hop.

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That's a great comparison, Frank Zappa of hip hop.

Do yourself a favor and pull up Hail Mary Mallon on Spotify when you get some time. One of the better underground albums of the year in '11. It's always great hearing him in a collaborative context, he lays off and has a little more fun not having to assume production responsibilities.

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I'm sure Zappa would love it..

Probably. I always thought of Zappa as one of the earliest influences on the genre. Songs like Dumb All Over are as close to pre Sugarhill as you're going to find. Even a song like Trouble Every Day, for a guy like Aesop, his work is directly descendent of that stuff.

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Probably. I always thought of Zappa as one of the earliest influences on the genre. Songs like Dumb All Over are as close to pre Sugarhill as you're going to find. Even a song like Trouble Every Day, for a guy like Aesop, his work is directly descendent of that stuff.

Yah, to be honest the comment was only half snarky... Zappa was very serious about music and probably would've minimized hip hop as non serious, but he generally respected all artistic endeavors and of course was highly anti censorship.. I'm sure he was an influence and to be perfectly honesty I am pretty much ignorant as to what people mean when they say hop hop anymore anyway... As a sometimes muscian, there's a visceral reaction I have to seeing hip hop and a giant like zappa mentioned in same breath. but as these types of knee jerk reactions generally are, it's not well informed or thought out.

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Yah, to be honest the comment was only half snarky... Zappa was very serious about music and probably would've minimized hip hop as non serious, but he generally respected all artistic endeavors and of course was highly anti censorship.. I'm sure he was an influence and to be perfectly honesty I am pretty much ignorant as to what people mean when they say hop hop anymore anyway... As a sometimes muscian, there's a visceral reaction I have to seeing hip hop and a giant like zappa mentioned in same breath. but as these types of knee jerk reactions generally are, it's not well informed or thought out.

You're thinking Soulja Boy. Don't. Aesop Rock is way more comparable to someone like Battles than the cliches that mainstream hip hop sees these days.

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Yah, to be honest the comment was only half snarky... Zappa was very serious about music and probably would've minimized hip hop as non serious, but he generally respected all artistic endeavors and of course was highly anti censorship.. I'm sure he was an influence and to be perfectly honesty I am pretty much ignorant as to what people mean when they say hop hop anymore anyway... As a sometimes muscian, there's a visceral reaction I have to seeing hip hop and a giant like zappa mentioned in same breath. but as these types of knee jerk reactions generally are, it's not well informed or thought out.

You can't paint hip-hop with a broad brush stroke like that. If I say "Rock" I could include Nickleback in the same sentence as Zappa.

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You can't paint hip-hop with a broad brush stroke like that. If I say "Rock" I could include Nickleback in the same sentence as Zappa.

Well like I said, I really don't know. I've already admitted my ignorance of the topic and backed off the position. It was a knee jerk reaction... I'd react the same way if someone compared Nickleback to Zappa lol

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You're thinking Soulja Boy. Don't. Aesop Rock is way more comparable to someone like Battles than the cliches that mainstream hip hop sees these days.

so what's the deal, is this 1 guy playing instruments, or 1 guy on a synth over multiple tracks?

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so what's the deal, is this 1 guy playing instruments, or 1 guy on a synth over multiple tracks?

Sometimes both, most of the time it's the latter. This is the first album he's done entirely on his own, it's still usually mostly him on his LP's but he's historically done guest spots as well. It's really more music for a satisfied mind than anything joyous, because it takes a good 4-5 listens to figure out what the hell he's talking about on every track. Hence the Zappa comparison.

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