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    I think I have an unhealthy attraction to 80's John Cusack.

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    If you're watching Say Anything and finding yourself more attracted to John Cusack than Ione Skye, I'd be worried.
    Balls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mickey-mac
    If you're watching Say Anything and finding yourself more attracted to John Cusack than Ione Skye, I'd be worried.
    Could be worse...you could be fantasizing about a 3 way with Better Off Dead's Ricky and Ricky's Mom.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bocephus Jones II
    Could be worse...you could be fantasizing about a 3 way with Better Off Dead's Ricky and Ricky's Mom.


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    Quote Originally Posted by svend
    Franch Toast...Franch Fries.......
    Gee I'm sorry your mom blew up Ricky.
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    Aww, I love 80s John Cusack. How could you not?
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    Quote Originally Posted by paint
    Aww, I love 80s John Cusack. How could you not?
    my wifes favorite movie...
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    "The term "steeping" brings to mind "tea-bagging" and, on far too many levels, I'm simply not comfortable with that." -antonio_b
    "People think maggots are a bad thing, but I'll bet they ate most of the feces he has been sitting in for the last two years. Go maggots! -Mohair

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    Two brothers... One speaks no English, the other learned English from watching "The Wide World of Sports." So you tell me... Which is better, speaking no English at all, or speaking Howard Cosell?






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    While fountains fill with second-hand perfume and sodden trading stamps
    They'll hang the bullies and the louts that dampen down the day" - EC

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    At least it's not Joan...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bocephus Jones II
    Could be worse...you could be fantasizing about a 3 way with Better Off Dead's Ricky and Ricky's Mom.
    mm the international language of love.....
    Blows your hair back.

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    I wanted to contribute to this thread, but reading through all the posts made me realize that I do not, at any level, give a crap about John Cusack. Huh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Val_Garou
    I wanted to contribute to this thread, but reading through all the posts made me realize that I do not, at any level, give a crap about John Cusack. Huh.
    neat. thanks for sharon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood
    neat. thanks for sharon.
    Well, isn't that weird for a 29-year-old guy? I have always thought dudes of my era were supposed to have some sort of emotional attachment to him--either a man-crush like Daddio's or a sort of loathing for the smarmy, proto-hipster characters he played. He's iconic, isn't he?

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    smarmy? Cusack?

    I think you're thinking of James Spader.

    Cusack was usually the well-intentioned, bit of a dork, outcast with a heart of gold. hip only in the sense that his earnest and un-selfconscious sense of cool was so much more real and down to earth than the trendsetting jocks and scenemakers image were.
    Eff the King's Guard. Eff the city. Eff the King.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anthrax
    At least it's not Joan...

    I'd hit it.
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    How about some of this action...boooo-ya!!!!
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    And don't forget, the movie also featured the object of MY 80's man-crush, Bobcat Goldthwaite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brick Tamland
    And don't forget, the movie also featured the object of MY 80's man-crush, Bobcat Goldthwaite.
    I nearly peed myself in the scene where he's dressed in the Godzilla costume stomping on the model town.
    Eff the King's Guard. Eff the city. Eff the King.

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    Gross Pointe Blank

    or whatever it was called and it was his best (plus Minnie Driver)
    one nation, under surveillance with liberty and justice for few

    still not figgering on biggering

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brick Tamland
    And don't forget, the movie also featured the object of MY 80's man-crush, Bobcat Goldthwaite.

    Shakes the Clown is one of the funniest movies EVER....

    / I've yet to experience a man-crush, hopefully that doesn't mean I'll have a mid life crisis and go bat for the other team
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    "The term "steeping" brings to mind "tea-bagging" and, on far too many levels, I'm simply not comfortable with that." -antonio_b
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    Quote Originally Posted by svend
    Shakes the Clown is one of the funniest movies EVER....

    / I've yet to experience a man-crush, hopefully that doesn't mean I'll have a mid life crisis and go bat for the other team
    what makes you think you would be the batter and not wide receiver??
    Blows your hair back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by den bakker
    what makes you think you would be the batter and not wide receiver??
    Big Fan of the Callipygian Way
    "The collards tore my wife's stomach up and with her being pregnant and constipated it made for a smelly ride to the cabin in north Georgia." -gut
    "The term "steeping" brings to mind "tea-bagging" and, on far too many levels, I'm simply not comfortable with that." -antonio_b
    "People think maggots are a bad thing, but I'll bet they ate most of the feces he has been sitting in for the last two years. Go maggots! -Mohair

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    Quote Originally Posted by svend

    I hear that S2H is currently in the market for man crushes.




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    Back to Better Off Dead...

    Now that's a real shame when folks be throwin' away a perfectly good white boy like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by svend
    Shakes the Clown is one of the funniest movies EVER....

    / I've yet to experience a man-crush, hopefully that doesn't mean I'll have a mid life crisis and go bat for the other team
    I was only kidding. Bobcat is a piece of 80's flotsam that is best left in the 80's....

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