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Even those who can’t afford to go in the store can still window-shop. Knowing he wasn’t for me didn’t mean I couldn’t covet the merchandise.” ― Colleen Houck, “He looks like a runway model. Hell, tell me any other guy you know who made it to themoon after him.
How in the world am I going to be able to reject that? Seriously, it's like turning Brad Pitt down for a date.
But what about being with someone who makes me a better person? He's got that smile, that really bad boy smile, and a great backside.
What about sharing my life with someone who adores me as much as I adore him, whom I can always count on, who helps me find my way when I’m lost? I can't keep my eyes from ogling his chiseled triceps and biceps and every other "eps ' he has. On page eighty of the relationship manual, it clearly states, you cannot look at another man's backside, especially if you think it's great.” ― Christine Feehan, “All masculine, hard-bodied and sensual, he was a deadly weapon sent by the gods to drive women mad, and a walking billboard for all things wicked and carnal.
As one half of the band "Raw Sex" (with Simon Brint), he also featured regularly on BBC TV's French and Saunders show.
Ray Mendoza said people can create an anonymously create a username and enter in group chats based off of topics.
And although I made a point of not checking out his rear view, my peripheral vision was having a very good day.” ~ Haven Travis on Hardy Cates” ― Lisa Kleypas, “[novan]: bassists are very good with their fingers[novan]: and some of us sing backup vocals, so that means we're good with our mouths too...(~ IM chat with Novan Chang, 18, bassist)” ― Jess C.
Rivron played the comic character "Dr Martin Scrote" on the Jonathan Ross chat show The Last Resort, the later appeared on Night Network's Bunker Show.
Rowland Rivron presented the comedy BBC Radio 2 shows Jammin' & Radio Rivron, and starred in the Channel 5 programme Trust Me - I'm A Holiday Rep.
He also co-presented the Saturday breakfast show on BBC London 94.9.