People you secretly fancy a little bit...

...but know you really shouldn't

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27/11/2012 at 10:16

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

27/11/2012 at 10:18
xine267 wrote (see)

Ohhhh Tom Hardy!   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! 

 

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

Tom Hardy scares me a bit  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?    

Edited: 27/11/2012 at 10:20
27/11/2012 at 10:27

My favourite is 'The Take'  

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

27/11/2012 at 10:40
Screamapillar wrote (see
sarah the bookworm wrote (see)

Gareth Malone 

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*

27/11/2012 at 10:53
Interesting that men are much more reluctant to post than women.
27/11/2012 at 10:55

I think we simply don't recognise the concept of "we really shouldn't". (To take on the role of spokesman for my gender).

27/11/2012 at 11:18

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

27/11/2012 at 12:18
xine267 wrote (see)

My favourite is 'The Take'  

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

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?  

27/11/2012 at 12:46
the dude abides wrote (see)

victoria wood

Oh, god, that made me feel sick! 

27/11/2012 at 12:48

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. 

27/11/2012 at 13:07

Juliette from Dogtanian and the Three Muskehounds.

27/11/2012 at 13:26

PhilPub - superb. I thinkwe can close this thread.

27/11/2012 at 13:29

Mrs Easy's sister.

27/11/2012 at 13:35

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

27/11/2012 at 13:47

Lady Penelope.

27/11/2012 at 14:09

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

27/11/2012 at 15:07

Nadine Dorres

27/11/2012 at 15:09

Nobody has said Anne Widdecombe yet. I wonder why? 

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

27/11/2012 at 15:19

Carol  from accounts

27/11/2012 at 15:21
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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