OP seems to think that aging a couple years is "tragic."
Boy, does she have a Lear of a life to look forward to.
I think OP is implying that this guy has had a series of nose jobs. It does look substantially smaller than it did in the before photo.
He looks the same to me. ???
Dammit, I clicked on this thread thinking David Pcock and instead got to look at that hobgoblin.
Watched "Camp" - terrible. Didn't know this guy, but my first thought was, what a femmy, tiny -tip nosed twink. I bet that's not the reaction when he bobbed his nose, once ......or twice ?
I'm not implying that he had a series of nose jobs. I am saying it explicitly.
I'm not implying I couldn't care less, R22, I'm saying it explicitly. Thanks for bringing Tim to our attention. I'd not heard of him before.
Do you often post 5 times in threads about which you "couldn't care less?"
See your own post at R12, honey.
No, asswipe. What I couldn't care less about is the fact that some idiot on the internet, namely you, has a problem with the way this guy looks. I am going to like him anyway, no matter how many times you try to prove he's unattractive. You are never going to convince me. I couldn't care less how many times you try. It isn't going to work.
I am not trying to convince you of anything. This thread is an invitation to a discussion for anyone interested. I also think he is attractive. That's why I looked into him. But he still has a terrible nose job.
Would someone please start a thread titled "I gained 8 ounces over the weekend. NOW I WANT TO DIE!"
I think many of the posters in this thread might want to use it to discuss issues regarding fading beauty.
R22, I used the word "implying" because you never came right out and said it until this post. That's what the word "implying" means; it's not a negative association (or implication).
Uh, first of all I have no idea who he is.
Second, he looks fine to me. I was expecting something Micky Rourke-ish.
No, his face is more Heather O' Rourke-ish. That's the problem.
I hate jaw implants. All the guy stars seem to have them.
There is no such thing as a 'jaw' implant, unless you're talking about an accident victim, or reconstructive surgery for a cancer patient.
I liked "Camp." I hated "Siberia." I seem to be out of step with my fellow dataloungers.