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W/NW: My Friend's Hot Wife (or Husband)

Benjamin Shapiro , May 07, 2006; 04:09 p.m.

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Michael S. , May 07, 2006; 05:41 p.m.

A prediction: married people will post photos on this thread in comparatively small numbers :-)

Like the way you've framed her in this shot, Ben.

Vivek . , May 07, 2006; 05:48 p.m.

I couldn't agree more, Michael. Anyway, Ben, that star in the foreground made me look up the Mitzvoh. Keep your distance :-)

Benjamin Shapiro , May 07, 2006; 05:51 p.m.

no worries

mess around with a friend's wife? never. (not that she'd have me anyway)

Paul Neuthaler , May 07, 2006; 06:17 p.m.

Is "hot" the right word here?

Jack Lo ... T-O , May 07, 2006; 07:34 p.m.

She looks charming and smart and sweet, which for a grown-up = "hot". And hubby here looks like he is enjoying your hopelessness.

Eliot Rosen , May 07, 2006; 07:42 p.m.

"She looks charming and smart and sweet,.."

None of those are qualities that can be judged from a photograph. All I can tell from the picture is that she looks cute.

Jack Lo ... T-O , May 07, 2006; 07:54 p.m.

Technically you're right Eliot, but I do make those judgements when I see a person, even in a still photograph. She has a wonderful soft caring look about the eyes, and a smile that indicates curiousity and appreciation of others.

Of course she could be none of these things. She tolerates cigars: I don't know if that's a good thing or not.

Eliot Rosen , May 07, 2006; 07:57 p.m.

She's photogenic, but that doesn't say much else about her personality. I know people who are not photogenic but are really nice and vice versa. That's why I would be very careful about making any judgement based on how a person looks in a picture.

Benjamin Shapiro , May 07, 2006; 08:00 p.m.

Whoa, guys. Lighten up and post some pictures :-)


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