Robert Pattinson at the premiere of Cosmopolis in New York City. (August 13, 2012) -Photo: Fame/Flynet, INFdaily, Pacific Coast News, Splash News
He looks like Jason Priestley’s and Luke Perry’s love child.
He’s got to be the ugliest man on earth, or the prettiest Alien, whichever floats your boat.
Now usually, this is where I would make my “Robert Pattinson is gay” jokes. But think about it. Women love gay dudes. They let their guards down around them. Tell them intimate details of their lives. He could be using his effemenate ways to charm the girls, next thing they know they’re waking up the next morning at the Chateau Marmount, with a wrecked b-hole.
Add pretending to be gay to your list, Fish.
You sonofabitch, me and the rest of the guys down at the “White Swallow” should take out a fucking contract on you for blowing(sorry, guys) one of the greatest undercover ops ever! Hanging out at a gay bar and allowing one of the women who constantly hang around to take you home and “convert” you is a sure-fire winner.
Now I’m gonna have to work on my Mario Kart skills.
LOL! Sorry for bolwing your operation. I hear the chicks are into Wii Sports these days.
Justi, didn’t the movie Kick-Ass expose that “undercover op” already?
Seriously, dude, try and tell me with a straight face how many women you think saw Kick-Ass.
Then tell me how many of those are ones that either of us would probably want to tap.
I’m going to go out on a limb and say that more women saw Kick-Ass than read The Superficial.
*facepalm* TomFrank – you’re posting on the Rob Pattinson thread. Those wounded eyes, that furrowed, intent brow, that mobile mouth (shaddap, I have to blend in at the bar, you learn to work it) – that’s catnip to a lot more women than Kick Ass will ever attract.
In short, I think that limb you’re out on just broke off.
Saw this picture hanging in a church once, or was it a head shop?
“In point of fact, she had never looked as well. She had entered her room as just an impossibly lovely girl. The woman who emerged was a trifle thinner, a great deal wiser, an ocean sadder. This one understood the nature of pain, and beneath the glory of her features, there was character, and a full knowledge of suffering.
She was eighteen. She was the most beautiful woman in a hundred years. She didn’t seem to care.”
From “The Princess Bride” (the book). It just sprang to mind when I saw this picture.
(He is a nice-looking boy, but I don’t really think he’s the most handsome man in a hundred years. Or a pretty pretty princess.)
Damn that beard actually looks all right
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