tizuqiu: Tom Hiddleston. Hiddles is the only other actor around right now in the same league as Cumberbatch and his Cumberbitches. Upper-crust British breeding and concomitant sexy accent? Check. Classically trained and critically acclaimed acting ability? Check. Penchant for portraying characters with a bit of darkness or misunderstood genius, both in pulpy blockbusters as theatrical villains who are far more memorable than their hero counterparts but also in lower-key arthouse fare? Check. Army of devoted female fans of all ages who sploosh at every meme-worthy moment of the actor singing/dancing/being generally charming? Check. Finally, subject of a mountanous pile of erotic slash/gay fan-fiction? Check, and double check! Q.E.D.
marlonma: Christoph Waltz would be perfect! even tho he is not British,but the guy is a total fox. As well as very humble and sweet.Hard work and patience does pay off with two Oscars!in the meanwhile a more mature handsome Sherlock would dent fit audience's little gay love fantasy between Sherlock and his partner! lol
juno_: My grandma. She used to make amazing wine, it was pure delight to drink it on a hot summer day. I believe it would only gain in flavour if she were to stomp on it for a bit. Not to mention that she would consider it fun!
hazh1p: Two words/robots – Daft Punk. Marcus' old bandmate was actually the drummer on 'Get Lucky', so it's surprisingly that they haven't yet collaborated. Nile Rodgers' legendary rhythm guitar was the key to the two best tracks on Random Access Memories, and the very thought of a Marcus Miller liquid sex bass riff layered with some Daft Punk robot funk just gets my ear juices flowing.
juno_: My pinky toe.I am very attached to it.
If I ever take it for granted, it hits itself against all sorts of furniture.
Then I spend the whole day holding it and caressing it and asking it not to be blue.
We are pretty much inseparable. ;)
juno_: Seems like too much trouble to follow such an over-elaborate plan. You don't even need it to be a 152nd bad date. By the 10th you'll be a master of excuses that get you away from a bad date in a matter of seconds.
andi21: The "little treasure" that I cherish the most in my life is my pug. there is something very important about unconditional love. My pug is always happy to see me. She has an amusing personality that makes me laugh even when the day has been stressful. I also know that time is limited as pugs usually only live to be about 10, so I treasure the time we have together.
sodaroo: A typo editing gremlin messed with my comment-
the heart was given to me as I was moving from Christchurch to Beijing. Christchurch will always have my heart ( even in its still broken state!)
ericaec: I'm quite the lucky girl - having a few "little treasures" that I hold dear. A full passport, overflowing bookshelves, two wild step-sons who keep me laughing, great girlfriends to share a glass of wine with... But there is one wee gift I've received that's extra special. When my husband proposed at Capital M in Beijing, the engagement ring was tucked into a familiar, tattered, green jewelry box. Years before I'd told him about the little green box and that my grandfather had used it to house the engagement ring when he'd proposed to my grandmother. I'd opened and closed that box as a little girl, imagining my engagement ring in it one day. Eddie remembered that special memory and got the box to China all the way from America to put my beautiful ruby engagement ring in!
sodaroo: A little ceramic heart with a map of Christchurch on it- given to me by a very dear friend just after the Christchurch earthquake when we found out we were moving to Christchurch. Makes me feel homesick every time I wear it but in a warm , happy way!
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