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Astarte

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About Astarte

  • Birthday 02/11/1990

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    near Austin, TX
  • Interests
    costumes, Halloween, belly dancing, linguistic and cultural anthropology, veganism, Dennis Kucinich, Milla Jovovich, video games, some anime and manga, politics, ancient Rome, Egypt, sewing, coffee, signing up on random web forums, fencing, medieval times, animals, computers, Monica Bellucci, disney movies, karate, socialism, hating Republicans.

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  1. 1) Paris Hilton. 2) Lindsay Lohan. 3) The Olsen Twins. Bonuses go to Tom Cruise, Mel Gibson, and Joan Rivers... :yuckky:
  2. I don't get it either, but everyone at my school is obsessed with him as well! Hadn't even heard of him before this! Oh well, here's another one: Chuck Norris isn't afraid of the dark. The dark is afraid of Chuck Norris.
  3. I haven't seen a soap opera in my entire life, but I've thought she possesses a beautiful face for quite some while; her eyes are lovely (cat-like)!
  4. I know I've seen a girl with 98 before...Elsa Benitez (sorry if I misspelled that), I believe. I'd look it up now but I'm at school and askmen is blocked <_< And Laetitia Casta has 97 or something I think...whatever the case, the guys there definitely had it right, rating Catherine so high Her voice alone could sweep the category.
  5. oh my gosh. Yes. That movie is probably at the top of my list, it's really the saddest thing I've seen in my life..Bambi can't even touch it. The Hunchback of Notre Dame, also...like when they are throwing tomatoes at him and everything, it's so sad and I'll agree with Moulin Rouge, that was beautifully sad at the end. One more: The Virgin Suicides. A very, very dark movie with strong tragic undertones.
  6. Recently: The Hunchback of Notre Dame II (because I'm a Disney nerd and the first one owns my soul) Lost in Translation (Sorry, 'What About Bob?' is still my favourite Bill Murray film ) The Closet (French film about a man who pretends to be gay to keep his job...very funny, cute film) Sunshine (with Ralph Fiennes...interesting movie) Frida (thought it was wonderful) Beauty and the Beast - The Enchanted Christmas (again with the Disney. and now I'm mortally afraid of pipe organs, and I think angels are annoying.) I'm sure there's been more I've seen lately, those just come to mind first.
  7. Astarte

    Tarkan

    Tarkan is awesome. I'm a great fan. although I didn't realize before that he was cute where have I been? Neo - I wasn't sure what you meant...did you want a link to a store that would carry it? I can't seem to find anywhere in the United States, if so.. sorry and I guess this is no help if you do not want to do the online shopping, but just in case - Amazon has it...
  8. Astarte

    Hair

    I agree that you look pretty either way, but I think I would prefer the brown..hard to tell in the picture, but I bet it looks gorgeous with your eye colour.
  9. 'All About Us' is so insanely catchy... I remember back when the 'All the Things She Said' video came out and everyone was making a big deal I don't really care that so many people dislike them, I think they are very talented, one of my favourites as far as music goes. cute too.
  10. Hm...I think I messed up in my post somewhere probably. I wasn't trying to say that beauty = average, but instead, beauty is taking those average features and exaggerating them, making them instead unique and beautiful. For instance, try pictuing a completely normal looking, not pretty or ugly, woman. If you could manipulate her face in order to make it beautiful, it would most likely involve taking the exact same features but with more of an emphasis on some things. And I think most people do correlate beauty with perfection, so plastic surgery to them may very well be trying to become perfect and more beautiful at the same time. thank you for replying by the way! I'm glad someone actually read it
  11. Yeah, Catherine Zeta-Jones did have work done as far as I know of. Something to do with her eyes I believe. As far as I'm concerned, she's still one of the most consistently beautiful women out there. True perfection would actually be..quite boring. Think about it. The more "average" looking someone is, the more generic they look...it is only when generic feminine features are exaggerated that we, in general, begin to view someone as "beautiful". Fuller lips, smaller chin, wider eyes, et cetera. So beauty may not necessarily be perfection, in my opinion, rather, averageness is. An exaggeration would be flawing it, and perfection means without flaws. So...beauty is not perfect, it is interesting and unique. The plainest person you can think of very well may be the most perfect. I was going to type more but I don't want this turning into some crazy science of aesthetics paper you all can hopefully understand what I mean though, so I'll leave it at that. Mind you, these are the mindless ramblings of a teenager...don't kill me.
  12. Currently playing Soul Calibur III. It's about time I started, too, seeing as it was a christmas gift
  13. ^We had the same birthday (and you only one year younger!)! Happy Birthday belated to us ! and today....Happy Birthday to brown suger and PinkCouture!
  14. ^ my first comment on here was going to be: WTF no Gambit??? :( He's my favourite. I also want to see a Psylocke if they make a fourth one
  15. Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk. I've just started reading it and I'm already obsessing over its greatness... Oh yeah... and 'All Quiet on the Western Front' by Erich Maria Remarque (for school). Pretty good so far.
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