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Old August 5 2009, 12:19 AM   #1
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The Megan Fox Boycott

So today was supposed to be Day Without Megan Fox Day, where a bunch of men's blogs got together and decided not to post a thing about Megan Fox because they figured she's getting "overexposed." Personally, I think there's no such thing as Megan Fox being overexposed, but that's just me. For me, Hollywood.com put it best:


http://www.hollywood.com/feature/An_...an_Fox/5678613

This boycott scheme screams classic unrequited high-school crush, a scenario in which the geeky band dudes (the boycotting bloggers) finally realize their popular object of affection (Fox) is never actually going dump her popular d-bag boyfriend ([COLOR=#0036ff]Brian Austin Green[/COLOR]) and begin spending her Friday nights discussing the merits of Marvel over DC. Really, the boycott is an adult equivalent of the scorned bloggers retreating into their parents’ basements and listening to Slipknot albums for the duration of sophomore year while their formerly innocent hearts scab over.
What sayest thou in the matter of Megan: Boycott/Don't boycott?
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Old August 5 2009, 12:29 AM   #2
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Don't boycott. Incredible eye candy, but I have a hard time seeing her EVER in a critically acclaimed film or role for that matter. Hot, bad actress.
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Old August 5 2009, 12:31 AM   #3
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These are actual men? Men that want to boycott Megan Fox?

That doesn't make much sense....
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Old August 5 2009, 12:33 AM   #4
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Re: The Megan Fox Boycott

Luckyflux wrote: View Post
These are actual men? Men that want to boycott Megan Fox?

That doesn't make much sense....
Perez Hilton.
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Old August 5 2009, 12:34 AM   #5
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Re: The Megan Fox Boycott

Asylum.com is the driving force behind this, I think. Today, instead of Megan, they've devoted their site to Betty White (a favorite actress of mine, to be honest, but not favorite enough to supercede Megan).
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Old August 5 2009, 01:00 AM   #6
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http://www.hollywood.com/feature/An_...an_Fox/5678613

This boycott scheme screams classic unrequited high-school crush, a scenario in which the geeky band dudes (the boycotting bloggers) finally realize their popular object of affection (Fox) is never actually going dump her popular d-bag boyfriend ([COLOR=#0036ff]Brian Austin Green[/COLOR]) and begin spending her Friday nights discussing the merits of Marvel over DC. Really, the boycott is an adult equivalent of the scorned bloggers retreating into their parents’ basements and listening to Slipknot albums for the duration of sophomore year while their formerly innocent hearts scab over.
Sounds to me that that's exactly what this boycott is. Ironically, this is the first I've heard about Megan Fox since after Transformers 2 was released. Which should show how "overexposed" she really is.
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Old August 5 2009, 01:17 AM   #7
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To boycott something, I have to give a damn about it first. So, yeah, not happening.
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Old August 5 2009, 01:31 AM   #8
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Do Mens Blogs go on about her do they? Hooray, men talking about women.

That's why I don't read mens blogs. I prefer Google Image Search. An image speaks a thousand words.
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Old August 5 2009, 01:35 AM   #9
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Hadn't noticed.
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Old August 5 2009, 02:22 AM   #10
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I'd like Megan Fox on my man cot but it's more likely I will be discussing the merits of Marvel vs DC. At least I'm not reading "man blogs"...
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Old August 5 2009, 03:08 AM   #11
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Overexposed? I never even heard of her before this thread.
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Old August 5 2009, 03:19 AM   #12
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Spot's Meow wrote: View Post
Overexposed? I never even heard of her before this thread.
WOW! Where have you been?
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Old August 5 2009, 03:30 AM   #13
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Re: The Megan Fox Boycott

Admiral2 wrote: View Post
This boycott scheme screams classic unrequited high-school crush, a scenario in which the geeky band dudes (the boycotting bloggers) finally realize their popular object of affection (Fox) is never actually going dump her popular d-bag boyfriend (Brian Austin Green) and begin spending her Friday nights discussing the merits of Marvel over DC.
This makes no sense. Megan is obviously a Marvel kind of gal.
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Old August 5 2009, 03:47 AM   #14
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I thought this was for some kind of contest to be Megans boytoy
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Old August 5 2009, 04:14 AM   #15
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Super hot.
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