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Then and now

Russell noticed the photos Drudge ran yesterday – one of, as one of the wags in his comment section said, Titney Spears, and one of Kate Hepburn, and had a few of his usual pithy comments:

I wouldn’t have been the least bit surprised at that moment if the image of poised grace on the right had jumped right off the screen to upbraid that embarrassing hussy next to her for going around in public looking like a guffawing, clueless prostitute.

I suppose that says something about Hepburn, and does it more ably than whatever I would try to put into words.

So naturally that got me to thinking, and what I thought was that it might be funny to take a few photos of various sex symbols from the present day and put them beside a few from the past, just to see how they all measured up. So here you go; bear in mind that this is all in fun, okay? And of course you know that I am completely impartial on this; hell, I even included a few to get my female readers, uhhh, riled up. Fair and balanced, that’s me. Heh.

American sex symbols, then and now

Smells like…uhh, teen spirit Audrey, fabuloso
Frankenhooker,
threateningly nonthreatening…
..but cross Donna and see what happens
Ass Class
Clodhopper Sex Kitten
This is what men looked
like before men became
unfashionable
Wuzzuuuup?
Again… And again
And one more of Natalie
– because I can, that’s why.

Oh, and by the way, that’s Jennifer Lopez cheekily checking six up there in the middle, in case you couldn’t tell.

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