While many of us would love the opportunity to make out with the most popular Hollywood actors Colin Firth, Orlando Bloom, or Leonardo DiCaprio are all worthy examples, in our opinion , there are stars who have felt the exact opposite. Though we'll never actually know the extent of the fervently intimate scenes we may have missed out on as a result of their decisions, at the end of the day it was their choice, and we really can't be too mad at that. So which actors refused to make out with their co-stars? Here they are, and let us just warn you: Some might even be your faves.
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I'm not proclaiming to be as knowledgeable as a professional by any means, but I know some about metals used in the jewelry, cleaning, how it should fit, etc. Coworker's daughter just got her belly button done a week or so ago, and it was red. Fit of the jewelry was tight, IMO. They also told her to use non-iodized sea salt and water for cleaning, which is a no-no. You're only ever supposed to use sterile saline to clean a piercing.
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They are a compatibly tempered pair whose differences only feel like points of affiliation. Sam is American; Tusker is English. Both are artists: Sam a pianist, Tusker a writer at work on a novel that does not seem to be going well.
Dazed media sites. A Single Man 6. During the height of Cold War frenzy, in which fear and suspicion shape the lives of s suburban America, Colin Firth plays reclusive homosexual George, a lecturer whose lover of 16 years, Jim Matthew Goode , has died suddenly in a car accident. His doleful life is lit up by bright-eyed student, Kenny Nicholas Hoult , who makes it his mission to drag his teacher out of his misery. By far the most impressive aspect of A Single Man is its cinematic beauty.