Sometimes overtly sexual, always intensely cute, the beautiful fighting girl has been both hailed as a feminist icon and condemned as a symptom of the objectification of young women in Japanese society.
In Saitō Tamaki offers a far more sophisticated and convincing interpretation of this alluring and capable figure.
Its almost depressing to me that I am "missing out" on this other part of life that is having sex with more than one partner..at the same time I feel incredible guilt when I have these thoughts. This is the 'sowing your seed' part of your evolutionary background.
It almost seems that there is no end to my sex drive... Its nothing really insane to the point of interfering with my life like you see on TV shows about sex addicts whatnot, but is close. As a modern human, living how we live, you know you can make choices.
New York based jazz pianist Willie Conway heads back to his small hometown of Knights Ridge, Massachusetts for a high school reunion.
The trip is as much to go to the reunion and see his old friends - none of whom left Knights Ridge after graduation - as it is to get away from his current life, at which he is at a crossroads both personally and professionally.
We have been together for 5 years that has been long-distance on and off now and she is the woman that I want to marry... There is no other woman in the world that I could see myself in a relationship with.
We have great sex and I am usually completely satisfied by her.
the worlds of Japanese anime and manga teem with prepubescent girls toting deadly weapons.
Paul Kirkwood, whose room is plastered with magazine pictures of models, wants his waitress ex-girlfriend Jan back only because he knows now that he can't have her.
And Tommy "Birdman" Rowland, who was the big man in high ... This particular aura can be found in the gait of a beautiful girl.
Paul's monologue to Will, "A beautiful girl can make you dizzy, like you've been drinking Jack and Coke all morning. In her smile, in her soul, the way she makes every rotten little thing about life seem like it's going to be okay." is in the intro to the demo version of a Taking Back Sunday song called, "Great Romances of the Twentieth Century".
She can make you feel high full of the single greatest commodity known to man - promise. See more » During the fight, Tommy is held against his truck by two of Steve's friends. Every single role is believable and not over-acted.