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View Poll Results: Emily Blunt
Thumbs Up 60 69.77%
Thumbs Down 7 8.14%
Thumbs Sideways 19 22.09%
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Old February 12 2010, 01:38 PM   #16
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Re: Emily Blunt: Genre babe of the week #7 (Feb. 2010)

Thumbs sideways - Doesn't really do anything for me.
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Old February 12 2010, 03:52 PM   #17
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I think it's a shame that people would rather see the big name actresses. Threads like these are a perfect opportunity to showcase the lesser known ones and I wish that were embraced a little more.
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Old February 12 2010, 04:53 PM   #18
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Re: Emily Blunt: Genre babe of the week #7 (Feb. 2010)

Very pretty eyes and a nice smile.
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Old February 12 2010, 04:57 PM   #19
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Pretty, but not a "babe" imo.
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Old February 12 2010, 05:20 PM   #20
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I think it's a shame that people would rather see the big name actresses. Threads like these are a perfect opportunity to showcase the lesser known ones and I wish that were embraced a little more.
I didn't ask for bigger names, I simply don't know who she is an thus it's difficult to base my vote on anything other than looks which I am not comfortable doing.

I may as well start judging people on how sharp their knees are otherwise.
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Old February 12 2010, 05:30 PM   #21
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Re: Emily Blunt: Genre babe of the week #7 (Feb. 2010)

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Not that appealing. Thumbs down.
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I watch an assload of TV and have no clue who a lot of these people are. I guess this thing has been running for a few years, and it's scraping the bottom of the bucket now.
What standard are you using that this is "scraping the bottom of the bucket?" Honestly. For a woman who looks like this to be dismissed as unappealing and even 'scraping the bottom,' there must be some ungodly - or perhaps godly - standard to which she's being held.

For my own part, definitely "thumbs up" . She may not be a goddess, but who cares? She's beautiful. And I have very little clue who she is, either, but does that really matter for what we're doing here? Do we have to have her address and phone number to know a beautiful woman when we see one, and to respond to that? Sheesh, we're awfully particular for people who probably have little chance with women who look like any of the ones in these polls - probably because we watch an assload of TV ...
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Old February 12 2010, 05:38 PM   #22
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Re: Emily Blunt: Genre babe of the week #7 (Feb. 2010)

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Not that appealing. Thumbs down.
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I watch an assload of TV and have no clue who a lot of these people are. I guess this thing has been running for a few years, and it's scraping the bottom of the bucket now.
What standard are you using that this is "scraping the bottom of the bucket?" Honestly. For a woman who looks like this to be dismissed as unappealing and even 'scraping the bottom,' there must be some ungodly - or perhaps godly - standard to which she's being held.

For my own part, definitely "thumbs up" . She may not be a goddess, but who cares? She's beautiful. And I have very little clue who she is, either, but does that really matter for what we're doing here? Do we have to have her address and phone number to know a beautiful woman when we see one, and to respond to that? Sheesh, we're awfully particular for people who probably have little chance with women who look like any of the ones in these polls - probably because we watch an assload of TV ...

This.

And I don't understand voting negatively on her simply beause one hasn't seen her in anything. It seems to me this entire series of threads is based on judging a woman on her looks.
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Old February 12 2010, 05:44 PM   #23
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Re: Emily Blunt: Genre babe of the week #7 (Feb. 2010)

UP and I'll be seeing Wolfman tomorrow afternoon if all goes to plan.
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Old February 12 2010, 06:13 PM   #24
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Not that appealing. Thumbs down.
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I watch an assload of TV and have no clue who a lot of these people are. I guess this thing has been running for a few years, and it's scraping the bottom of the bucket now.
What standard are you using that this is "scraping the bottom of the bucket?" Honestly. For a woman who looks like this to be dismissed as unappealing and even 'scraping the bottom,' there must be some ungodly - or perhaps godly - standard to which she's being held.

For my own part, definitely "thumbs up" . She may not be a goddess, but who cares? She's beautiful. And I have very little clue who she is, either, but does that really matter for what we're doing here? Do we have to have her address and phone number to know a beautiful woman when we see one, and to respond to that? Sheesh, we're awfully particular for people who probably have little chance with women who look like any of the ones in these polls - probably because we watch an assload of TV ...
It would appear that clicking on thumbnails to analyze the larger pictures, as well as viewing an embedded YouTube video, is a bit too difficult for some people.
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Old February 12 2010, 06:19 PM   #25
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Lots of people should remember her from The Devil Wears Prada, where she played Anne Hathaway's snarky coworker.
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Old February 12 2010, 06:20 PM   #26
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I think it's a shame that people would rather see the big name actresses. Threads like these are a perfect opportunity to showcase the lesser known ones and I wish that were embraced a little more.
I didn't ask for bigger names, I simply don't know who she is an thus it's difficult to base my vote on anything other than looks which I am not comfortable doing.

I may as well start judging people on how sharp their knees are otherwise.
Fair enough. I just took the opportunity to respond to a general attitude that's come out in this thread, but has been around for a while now. It seems that people only turn out for, or vote thumbs up for the big name celebrities. In a way, it makes sense, but still, it would be nice if people weren't so dismissive of the unfamiliar.

As for Emily Blunt, I thought she was a big name. She's everywhere, or so I thought.
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Old February 12 2010, 06:25 PM   #27
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Sideways. She's just lacking a little oomph to get to the thumbs up.
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Old February 12 2010, 06:34 PM   #28
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Re: Emily Blunt: Genre babe of the week #7 (Feb. 2010)

She's very pretty but she's just not doing it for me for some reason. I went sideways.
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Old February 12 2010, 07:01 PM   #29
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Thumbs up! Her legs were on jaw-dropping display in Charlie Wilson's War.

Her profile as a film actress is set to go up substantially this year as she plays the female lead in The Wolfman, The Adjustment Bureau (with Matt Damon), and Gulliver's Travels (with Jack Black).
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Old February 12 2010, 07:06 PM   #30
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Trekker4747 wrote: View Post
And I don't understand voting negatively on her simply beause one hasn't seen her in anything. It seems to me this entire series of threads is based on judging a woman on her looks.
Because, Trekker, I refuse to treat women, even famous ones, like they're slabs of meat. Personality is important to me. In Emily Blunt's case it is not that I have not seen her anything (I haven't though) but I don't know enough about what she's like as a person.

There are a lot of women out there, especially of the famous variety, who look great but are miserable, hateful bitches, quite frankly. On the other hand, there are other women who might not be quite as good looking but actually smile occasionally - and not just for posed photographs.

That's not to take anything out on Emily Blunt. I gave her a sideways simply because I don't know anything about her. She's a very nice looking woman but so is every other woman picked for these threads.

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Fair enough. I just took the opportunity to respond to a general attitude that's come out in this thread, but has been around for a while now. It seems that people only turn out for, or vote thumbs up for the big name celebrities. In a way, it makes sense, but still, it would be nice if people weren't so dismissive of the unfamiliar.

As for Emily Blunt, I thought she was a big name. She's everywhere, or so I thought.
Maybe she is, as I've said in the past - I don't watch as much TV as I used to and I haven't seen any of the film's she's been in. I'm less aware of people in the public eye as a result.
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