Seriously how old am I?
Obviously old enough to post this:
Like the subject line says I am stuck. I should rephrase that…I am stuck AGAIN! Why? I overthink things that’s why. I also broke a primary commandment in blogging…thou shalt write for thyself and see if others like it. For now I content myself with correlations between British actors and black hair dye. Actually let’s add one more.
You take a Brit:
and dye him black:
There might be something to this theory.
16 thoughts on “A Post In Which Our Heroine Gets Stuck And Resorts To Fangirlish Things To Get…Well Unstuck”
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Is there a correlation? What do you think?
Great observation! I am totally into it! LOL!
Thanks for sharing your observation. I totally agree! And for the last one dress him in black as well 🙂
Short and true! Reblogged this on fb and tumblr. Who could resist a Brit? LoL!
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Works for me … *giggle*
12-year-olds of the world, unite! 😉
LOL LOL LOL. I definitely believe you’re onto something here. Although I’d add that growing a beard doesn’t hurt either, as in the case of Tom Mison playing Ichabod Crane in the TV series “Sleepy Hollow”. 😉
It is true indeed! And so funny!
LOL. I tried to reblog this last night and couldn’t find a reblog button for some reason. So clever. So what does it say about our tastes?
Did you try reblogging from WordPress or Tumblr? Let me check my Tumblr.
I couldn’t find the button – but it is there today. I don’t know why. Loved that post.
Gotta love technology! And that post really did kick the writer’s block over.
I’m glad to hear it, and you have a new follower. Probably a few. Nice to meetya!
Not a bad thing for Going Black! Drama! Lots of Drama! I’m in favour of black/dark hair. Despite being an envious brownette, who wanted to be RED! (or second choice – REAL brunette!
A wee bit difficult to be certain of Armitage’s original colouring. Possibly not dark Evidence for this. Possibly fair/brown earlier, with reddish lights, If it gets people out of a so-called “rut” to play with it – good stuff! Ilove it – and endorse dark-haired men/actors!
Ha! Funny timing. Not five days ago my best friend and I had a conversation that went (more or less) like this:
Fucking so hot!!!!
(Sorry for swearing but that’s what happens when you dye a Brit actor black).
Ever watch Wallender? Hiddleston once described his hair as Gene-Wilder curly. I saw what he meant by that.
First time I saw Armitage was in Robin Hood as Sir Guy of Gisbourne. I only remember trying to find my jaw lost somewhere on the floor.
It’s nearly impossible to find well-informed people
on this topic, however, you sound like you know what you’re talking