Monday, March 15, 2010

a new feature for the female followers...

... MOLTO Monday, as in molto bello!


Italian actor, Raoul Bova.

22 comments:

Julie D. said...

If I may mix metaphors ... Oooo, la, la!

romishgraffiti said...

I've been told that women find the scruffy, unshaven look unappealing. Is that wrong, or are you laboring under the delusion that you can change him? :)


Scott W.

Molly said...

Grazie mille!!!!!!!

The Crescat said...

romish, I can only speak for myself but I melt for men like that... it's very manly and the dead opposite of the unappealing metro man.

Let's see what the comments posted reveal about any preferences.

Agnes B Bullock said...

He is Italian- if you can't get a Swiss Guard, is he the next in line?

The Crescat said...

Agnes... unfortunately for me he is married... like all the great guys worth their salt. sigh.

Suz said...

There's nothing better than a little scruff!

PaxetBonum said...

Kat- How about throwing at least an occasional bone to your faithful male enthusiasts?

Say, something like-

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monica_Bellucci

Appreciation of human pulchritude is, or should be, an equal-opportunity sport. "Ciao, bella" Tuesdays, maybe?

I'm just sayin'.

Faithfully yours, P&B.

The Crescat said...

well there ya go, romish... I think the ladies have spoken.

Agnes B Bullock said...

Sorry- did not realize he was already taken. Guess that leaves the Swiss Guards and the Knights of Malts- You will definitely suffer as you choose!!!

romishgraffiti said...

From the Bellucci wiki:

In a documentary movie The Big Question about the film The Passion of the Christ, she stated: "I am an agnostic, even though I respect and am interested in all religions. If there's something I believe in, it's a mysterious energy; the one that fills the oceans during tides, the one that unites nature and beings."

Bleech! I know there is this belief that men only care about the t&a but trust me, what clanks around between the ears counts too.

Just another mad Catholic said...

If what you girls like is slightly scruffy and unshaven all I need to do is to find where all the girls hang out :) speaking of which its almost T-shirt weather here in the UK, time to wear the long shorts with a short-sleaved shirt.

PaxetBonum said...

Romish- But I thought we were talking about pure physical pulchritude. I didn't say, or mean even to imply, that 'La Bella Belluci' is a perfect, or even a Catholic woman... just that she is VVVGL. As a native of Umbria, I suspect she started as a Catholic, but was drawn away from the Faith, as so many modern Italians are. Pray for her, perhaps she will one day convert or revert, ADMG. Pax tecum, P&B.

The Crescat said...

romish... a man has to get to know a gal first to determine in there is anything going on between those cute ears, but you must admit it's the t&a that initially brings em in.

Kamilla said...

Crescat -

The opposite of metro - absolutely right! I've emailed you my own suggestion.


Kamilla

The Crescat said...

Kamilla.... excellent suggestion. Look for him next Molto Monday. :-D

romishgraffiti said...

romish... a man has to get to know a gal first to determine in there is anything going on between those cute ears, but you must admit it's the t&a that initially brings em in.

Actually, it's the healthy skin and pleasing countenance. If those are good, alot can be disregarded in the figure department. And I'd go further and say that the countenance gives are pretty good clue to the inner workings.


But I'll shut up because I've thrown enough cold water on the fun. :)

Jeanne said...

Scruffy is definitely very hot... very manly...

3puddytats said...

Thanks for the treat..I work with a bunch of grumpy old men...

Sara

Just another mad Catholic said...

A question for the ladies, what is the line between hot manly scurffy and scuffyness that puts you off?

thanks for the help
Jack

Adrienne said...

Be still my beating heart...

Just another mad Catholic - smell

Agnes B Bullock said...

Does Raoul have an unmarried brother or cousin for Crescat?