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Posted on Wednesday 29 August 2007 at 10:57 pm

Late to the party, but still with very cute dates


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Practically everyone else on the flist did this weeks ago, but I'm more than a tad bit behind the times. I figure, even if it is late, no one is going to complain too much about pictures of hot guys, right?

1. List 5 celebrities you would have sex with without even asking questions.
2. Put all of them IN ORDER of your lust for them. (5 - 1, 1 is the hottest.)
3. Say which movie/show/thing it was that hooked you.
4. Supply photos for said people.
5. Tag five people!


Please note: for all of these guys, consider there to be the caveat that I wanted them most when they were, say, 25 to 35. Since in one notable case, the guy in question is, um, dead, I would certainly not be willing to have sex with him, no questions asked, in his current condition. Also, I honestly can't rank them based on order of lust. So instead I'm going with order in which I fell for them, as best as I can remember. Now, on to the men.

Michael J. Fox



I first fell for Michael J. Fox when I was about three and he played Alex P. Keaton on Family Ties. According to my mother, Alex loved money and so did I so I developed a crush on Michael J. Fox. I don't remember what started it exactly, I just know I've always loved the man.



Gene Kelly



I grew up on old musicals and anything with Gene Kelly was always a favorite, especially Brigadoon and Singin' in the Rain. Any man who can look that adorable while tap dancing in the rain or dancing with an animated mouse for a partner is just too good to pass up!



Harrison Ford



When I was about five or six, I saw bits of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom at the babysitter's. For the longest time, the only thing I remembered about Indiana Jones was that people walked on bugs at one point and later some guy had his heart ripped out of his chest. Needless to say I found this rather disgusting and also quite frightening. Fast forward a few years to when I was about 11 or 12. I came downstairs one day when my sister was watching Return of the Jedi. I had never seen any Star Wars movie before. It was in the middle of the battle of Endor, I yelled "Attack of the killer teddy bears!" and watched the rest of the movie with her. I quickly decided Han Solo was just AWESOME! I had never really noticed Harrison Ford until then but I was completely hooked. When I found out he also played Indiana Jones, I was creeped out but decided to get over my childhood fears and give it another chance just because it was Ford. I still don't care for some parts of Temple of Doom, but I love the rest of the series and most anything else with Ford.



Peter Wingfield



I expect this to be the only one on my list that many people on the flist won't recognize immediately. If anyone is a Highlander: The Series fan, Peter played Methos. For those of you who never watched Highlander, Methos is a snarky, know-it-all, 5,000 year old immortal and I love him to death. I've seen very few other things with Peter in them but I've loved every single thing. A lot of his work has been on British TV and radio shows I've not been able to get my hands on, so it is possible the Brits on the flist know him better than I do. I think he looks quite nice, but it is really his voice that is to die for. In fact, his voice makes him my Remus.



Ewan McGregor



I'd never heard of Ewan McGregor until he was cast as young Obi-Wan in the Star Wars prequel trilogy. I wanted to know more about everyone who was in those movies when casting was first announced in the late '90s. I tracked down a few of his films, I don't remember which ones, and was madly in love with him long before Episode 1 reached theaters. My greatest Ewan regret is that I still have yet to see Trainspotting which actually seems vaguely criminal.

I'm not tagging anyone in particular because most of my flist who posts regularly have already done this. If you haven't done this yet and you want to, give it whirl on my invite!

Comments:

What's Taters, Precious?
mrstater at 4:00 am on 30 August 2007 (UTC) (Link)
LOL I am cracking up about Alex loving money and so did you. I think he was my first TV crush when I was like...3. I called the show Alex...
Rachael
bratty_jedi at 6:10 pm on 30 August 2007 (UTC) (Link)
That's my mom's explanation anyway. I honestly don't remember that well.

I don't think I called the show Alex. I did call The Great Mouse Detective Toby because the dog was my favorite character.
Bratanimus
bratanimus at 10:18 am on 30 August 2007 (UTC) (Link)
Have you seen Ewan Mcgregor in Shallow Grave? (Christopher Eccleston is in it, too.) I discovered Shallow Grave - and Ewan - in the mid to late 90s. There's a scene where he kisses the top of a girl's foot that just sent me over the edge!

I've never heard of Peter Wingfield, but boy is he HOT. ;) And I'm totally with you on Michael J. Fox and young Harrison Ford!

I know what you mean about Gene Kelly, too. John Lennon would have made my list, but I decided to leave the dead ones off, lol.
Rachael
bratty_jedi at 6:13 pm on 30 August 2007 (UTC) (Link)
I have not seen Shallow Grave. I'll add it to my list of movies to see.

I love Peter Wingfield. He has had bit parts in some big name things (few lines in the second X-Men movie for example), but he should get more than he does. The man is talented.

I really couldn't come up with five current young guys I'd sleep with so I decided the blanket rule of "I would have slept with them when they were alive and young" was the way to go. Perhaps it is cheating, but I can't say I care.


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