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Jake's Oscar nom reaction

Defamer pokes gentle fun at him while basically admiring him for being a class act:

Is it any wonder Academy members were rendered helpless by his sleepy-eyed, quitting-hampered, Brokeback-bottoming charms?


Also:Johnny Depp isn't going to like this. LOL. He owns the only bar I know of in LA where you can smoke. Special license, yada yada. And you learn something every day: Nicotine was named for a Frenchman, Jean Nicot, the first European to cultivate the plant when it was imported from the New World in the 16th century. *sighs* Why do all the hot men smoke anyway? Sure, it *looks* cool.


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Feb. 2nd, 2006 09:50 pm (UTC)
Jake is too good, he's the total package, great acting, smart, adorable, funny and very nice in interviews (at least the ones I've seen and read).

I swear all the hot men do smoke, it's just something about hotness and smoking that seem to go hand and hand. *smile* And for me, there is just something about a guy smoking, certain guys do it just so well.
Feb. 6th, 2006 05:43 pm (UTC)
Aww, Jake is just great. I don't think he'll win but his career is really getting a boost, I think. ;-D

I love to see guys smoke but I can't be around it at all. Bad lungs. :-(
Feb. 2nd, 2006 10:12 pm (UTC)
Smoking is kind of gross, yes. It fills the lungs with tar. Ew. So, how does it make any sense that so many men look so hot going it? Josh and Foxy, case and point.
Feb. 6th, 2006 05:45 pm (UTC)
Smoking definitely *looks* cool - it's just when you're around it in person and you can actually breathe in the smoke that it stops being cool. And Josh and Foxy would look hot doing just about anything, I think! ;-D
Feb. 3rd, 2006 02:20 am (UTC)
Because it IS hot. ;D
Feb. 6th, 2006 05:45 pm (UTC)
If only there was no actual smoke - that would be fantastic! ;-D But yeah, always *looks* hot.
Feb. 3rd, 2006 02:54 am (UTC)
I'm French therefore I smoke.

Had to bring in Descartes' "I think therefore I am".

Well I think it's him, my mind is cloudy. Heh!

That article doesn't mention that French who live close to Spain and Italy go buy their smokes there cause it's cheaper, resulting in dropping sales in France but not in less smokers. In short: that article is kinda bogus.
Sure there are stuff being done to make people quit but ya know, even the cops and military patrolling the city, smoke where it's forbidden so...if they don't do it right, why should we?

Ya know, I'm the helpful kind with lost tourists in Paris but if there's one making a face at me because I smoke, you can be damn sure I'll get fucking verbal.
Almost smacked an american woman in Italy because I was , I quote, "polluting [her] air". Dude, we were waiting for a bus, in an open space, no regulation whatsoever. she made my blood boil. bitch!

I'm okay with not smoking at someone's request but it's gotta be friendly and not in my face.


*grabs Marlboro medium*
Feb. 6th, 2006 05:49 pm (UTC)
I love everything about smoking - except the actual smoke. :-/ I have bad lungs and I really can't be around it at all and it only gets worse as I get older.

So I'm very happy to live in California where you can't smoke in public places. Makes my life a lot easier! Smoking laws seriously affect where I plan to travel.

One and only time I was in Paris, I asked for a nonsmoking table at a restaurant and got seated in what was practically a storage room! So I hope there are at least better nonsmoking options now.

Feb. 6th, 2006 06:05 pm (UTC)
yeah there are more non smoking places and i don't mean storage rooms ;)

the one thing you can hardly find though are hotel rooms with AC. unless you pay for it. that's truly the one thing all my american friends have complained about.
my answer is always the same: visit europe during winter.
DUH! *g*

oh, also i have a friend who simply can not conceive that we don't put 3 tons of ice in our glasses, be it for a coke or a glass of water.
i always find it stupid because everyone knows that one gets sick drinking tap water from another country. one's stomach is just not used to the local bacterias tap water contains, and last i've checked every hotel/restaurant/bar/club what have you, use tap water to make ice cubes.
so instead of complaining, she should be glad not have some kind of stomach flu.
i love her, but : idiot!

if i may ramble: when i went to Tunisia a few years back, i was the only one who would refuse ice cubes in my drinks, even though i wanted to drink "extra cold", when all the others were asking for more ice.
well, in a matter of a single day, i was the only one not puking (or leaking) my gutts out.
i was the only one to visit the place from the first day to the last, when all the others took minimum two days to get out of the bathroom.
that will teach 'em.


Feb. 6th, 2006 06:11 pm (UTC)
I am one of the few Americans who never puts ice in my drinks unless they're alcoholic or it's over 90 degrees outside. (Fahrenheit, of course. ;-D) Ice makes my teeth hurt! And I really don't need my drinks to be that cold. My friends are always mad that there's no ice in my freezer! (I did recently make some because I wanted to make margaritas. ;-D)

So maybe *that's* why I didn't get sick and everyone else did that time the company I worked for went to Mexico!
Feb. 6th, 2006 06:30 pm (UTC)
you're my kind of american then. ;) *teehee*

no offense to anyone from Mexico, or from anywhere in the world actually, but no one could make me drink tap water outside of France.
I'm used to the bacterias here, so it's fine, but when i travel being sick is not part of my plans, and everyone gets sick through what they eat/drink.

which reminds me, when i studied in NY, my roomates were shocked to see me drink more water than sodas and even more shocked that i'd only get Evian because it was expensive. Hey, can't blame a girl from getting a little something that reminds her her home, right?
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