For Val and Artist :)

To join your inspiring debate about the length of his tongue and other parts of his body...

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"Sweet" AND "long", both of you described it well.
I would also say: kissable, hot, sexy, outstanding flexible, perfect...

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18 comments:

  1. I can hardly breathe, and I'm not just saying that. Ooooooh, that bottom slide show is a killer! Thanks to Val and Artist for needing this, and to Jazzy for fulfilling their needs.

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  2. In her duties to fulfill Artist's and Val's needs, Jazzy appears to be giving me a heart attack! So tell me, why don't I mind and why do I still love her so much!? *running deperately towards the medicine chest*

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  3. I have a questions after seeing these scenes.

    Vincent tends to not discuss some of the crucial scenes with the other actors. He just goes into the scene and works to get their reaction. Do you suppose thats what happened with this scene?

    What do you think the other actors reaction was at the completion of the scene?

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  4. Oh Jazzy this leaves me speechless, cheers from the Vixens. Thanks for the great post. I have to apologize for taking so long to respond I had to have the paramedics resuscitate me a few times. LOL.

    And witness my quess is Selma was thinking "Damn, how do I get in on this action?"

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  5. He is Perfectly Perportioned :)

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  6. I LOVE the fact that Salma Hayek called her daughter 'Valentina'and I'm absolutely SURE mother nature has our Vincent completely in proportion in ALL areas - tho' I'd love to 'prove' my theory!

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  7. BTW Val - I stand corrected, his tongue may be sweet but it certainly isn't little.

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  8. Thank you for your tireless devotion to the cause, Jazzy. And to you, Artist, for so graciously conceding defeat. Though what's a defeat about having Vincent's tongue thrust at you (oh PLEASE!) I don't know.

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  9. I'm soooo glad Jazzy decided to illustrate the debate between Val & Artist...made an old(ish) woman very very happy :-D

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  10. *sending snark our goren plus his biiiig inhaler*
    (i hope your heart is strong enough for that!)xo

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  11. looking forward to the next debate!

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  12. Yes, Jazzy, the inhaler saved me! LOL

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  13. *gigles..blushes..gigles..drool..drool..*Vincent has evrything on him perfectly proporcional and pretty!!;)))

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  14. My, my. :) I haven't seen this movie yet *moves VoG to the top of Netflix queue* but these pics have definitely piqued my interest.

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  15. Cuckoo, watch it and then please tell us your thoughts.

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  16. Well, I finally got to see "Velocity of Gary" and--I don't want to be a downer, but--it was one of the saddest, most emotionally frustrating movies that I've seen. I knew ahead of time that the movie was about a love triangle and that Valentino dies of AIDS, but after I finished watching it the first time, all I could do was cry. I was so upset for Valentino and so angry at Mary Carmen and Gary. I didn't even know what to write, so I waited a few days until now to try posting anything.

    I re-watched parts of the movie last night so I could take screenshots for my collection before sending it back (because, let’s face it, sad movie or not, I needs me some close-ups of the man’s face on my computer). Watching it again made me understand Gary’s and Mary Carmen’s situations better, but I’m still annoyed with them. I want to reach into the screen, grab their heads and smack them together. They couldn’t stand each other the entire time, and they only finally, finally, finally played nice after Mary Carmen gave birth to Valentino’s baby . . . at the end of the movie. After Valentino died. They couldn’t pull together for Valentino while he was up and walking around, they couldn’t take care of his dog . . . they couldn’t agree on anything! Valentino himself even pointed this out after they got the apartment. That prompted Mary Carmen and Gary to call a truce of sorts but it didn’t last. And that just makes me want to kick them into another state. I’ll go find Valentino’s dog; can you guys just please get along so the poor guy has some good final memories before his time is up?

    Ultimately, I’ll remember the flashback scenes with the fondest memories. Seeing Valentino smile and laugh with Mary Carmen and Gary makes me smile, and watching someone explore Vincent’s face with their lips (with the camera merely inches away) . . . well, that makes me take screenshots. I shall pluck Valentino and his dog Rodney from the film and store them with Vincent’s other characters in the gallery in my mind. And I’ll live vicariously through my screenshots. :)

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  17. thank you for one detailed review, cuckoo! of course they couldn't get along. and the fact that gary and mary became "friends" (at the end of the film) was more than unrealistic. which wasn't ireland's fault but james still's. just my opinion. nice movie though.
    what program do you use for screen capping, btw?

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  18. I use the 'print screen' key on my keyboard or the Snipping Tool application that came with Windows Vista. 'Print Screen' never used to work on my old Windows XP Desktop, so I'm kinda surprised it works on my laptop, but hey, no complaints here! :) Then I paste my pics and crop, resize, etc them with Macromedia Fireworks.

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