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Anyone notice how he seems to be looking more and more worn down or sad in his photos since the baby?

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Nope, not really seeing it. Not in the picture you posted anyway, he is clean shaven, tan, smiling, etc. The looking worn down could be due to the fact they have a new baby.
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Another Angelina bashing thread? Doesn't this get a little old?

Anyway, I don't see it. He looks like a man in his 40s who hasn't had plastic surgery. Kudos to him!
Anyway, I don't see it. He looks like a man in his 40s who hasn't had plastic surgery. Kudos to him!
Originally Posted by tantrum
Ditto
The big picture he still looks well hot the picture under it he still looks hot just like he's a little tired of standing there getting his picture taken.







I took a look at the best/worst hair. The gals in curls labeled "worst", I didn't think look bad at all. I don't know what they're talking about!
Anyone notice how he seems to be looking more and more worn down or sad in his photos and Angelina (since stealing married or engaged man #2) looks like the cheshire cat who ate the cream, th mouse and the golden ticket?


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Originally Posted by sohaircrazy

No, I think he looked great. And maybe she's smiling because she is happy.
He looks clean! I'm totally shocked since I've always thought he looks stinky. He actually reminded me of Robert Redford when I first looked at him. Reese Witherspoon's hair looks really pretty.
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He looks clean! I'm totally shocked since I've always thought he looks stinky. He actually reminded me of Robert Redford when I first looked at him. Reese Witherspoon's hair looks really pretty.
Originally Posted by YolyC

ITA. I thought he & Angelina looked gorgeous---totally glamorous & happy.
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I have no doubt that they are happy together for the time being. And beauty of it is that niether one of them believes in monogamy for life.
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I don't know why I am even getting involved in this conversation. I don't know these people!
Ya, I noticed it. At least in the photos I saw this morning, he just looked...older. He has the droopy eye lids thing going on. I don't know but I thought to myself, "Man, he looks old."
Another Angelina bashing thread? Doesn't this get a little old?
Actually, I never seen Angelina bashing threads, just threads in praise of Angelina where one or two brave souls pipe up and say, "hey, remember when we all knew her for being crazy as a &%$@#! house rat?"

Anyway, to me he always looks like he's probably a kind of stinky slacker stoner and she looks hard - like, prison hard. They clean up well and photoshop very nice but if they weren't famous and if we weren't all drowning in the hype, I don't think anyone would look twice at them on the street (other than to say, hey...who smells like patchouli and pot?). Which is not to say they aren't good looking, I just don't get the whole Super Couple thing.

And yeah, it's hard for me to really think of them as wonderful people considering she's gone from one married-to-someone-else guy after another and he cheated on his wife with her (read the article in Vogue, she puts it right out there). It's easy to be a "good person" when it comes to grand attention getting gestures that don't really personally cost you anything. It's much harder to do the right things in your day to day life and make the hard choices that aren't always so much fun.
Originally Posted by CGNYC
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I was just going to delete it (and as I've been quoted, it's too late - oops!) because I don't know WHY I'm even getting involved in this conversation. The whole Saint Angelina thing makes no sense to me, I just don't get it. But I can TOTALLY beat that particular horse to death when I get started so lets just ignore me. We'll all be happier in the end.
I totally agree CGNYC. I just don't get the hype either. I just now read what she said about their baby and how she loves the adopted kids more... Ugh.
I totally agree CGNYC. I just don't get the hype either. I just now read what she said about their baby and how she loves the adopted kids more... Ugh.
Originally Posted by Rheanna83
I am not on the Angelina bandwagon, but that is not what she said and that is not what the article said.
Democracy is not a spectator sport.

You know why pandas are endangered? Cause pandas ain't got no game.

Jesus loves you, but I'm his favorite.
It's much harder to do the right things in your day to day life and make the hard choices that aren't always so much fun.
ain't that the truth.
I totally agree CGNYC. I just don't get the hype either. I just now read what she said about their baby and how she loves the adopted kids more... Ugh.
Originally Posted by Rheanna83
I am not on the Angelina bandwagon, but that is not what she said and that is not what the article said.
Originally Posted by gekko422
Well perhaps she didn't come right out and say it...
"I think I feel so much more for Mad and Z because they're survivors, they came through so much. Shiloh seemed so privileged from the moment she was born. I have less inclination to feel for her... I met my other kids when they were six months old, they came with personality. A newborn really is this... yes, a blob! But now she's starting to have a personality... I'm conscious that I have to make sure I don't ignore her needs just because I think the others are more vulnerable."
Maybe "feel so much more" isn't the same as "love more" but it is still a pretty ****ty thing to say, IMHO. How would you like to grow up and read that about yourself? Her bio kid can't help being born into rich parents any more than the other kids can help the situations they were born into. I think what she did (adopting those children) is an awesome thing, but saying that you feel more for them and calling your baby a "blob" seems a little... off... to me. Then again, what isn't a bit off about her? Making out with her brother is a bit off. Carrying around a vile of blood? That's a bit off too, so I guess to each their own.
And if you read the rest of the thread, you will see that a lot of mothers feel the same way, where it takes time to bond with a baby, alot more time than when they are older and have more personality. Does that make them off too? Maybe she could have worded it better, but alot of women on this board agreed that they felt the same way.
Democracy is not a spectator sport.

You know why pandas are endangered? Cause pandas ain't got no game.

Jesus loves you, but I'm his favorite.
And if you read the rest of the thread, you will see that a lot of mothers feel the same way, where it takes time to bond with a baby, alot more time than when they are older and have more personality. Does that make them off too? Maybe she could have worded it better, but alot of women on this board agreed that they felt the same way.
Originally Posted by gekko422
I didn't read the thread... there was a thread here? I read it on the Superficial.

I'm sorry, her comment still seems off to me. I havent' been a mother, but I have been around plenty of newborns, and they aren't just personality-less "blobs." Above that though, I think what she said about feeling more for the other two is something that, while you may feel it, you should not say it... especially when it will be published everywhere and that child will read it years down the road. I really don't think that's a difficult idea to grasp. Again, how would you like to read that about yourself? I certainly would not. And also... c'mon, but those kids were a few months old. What happened to them, no doubt, was horrendous... but they wont' remember it. They will grow up spoiled, famous, rich Hollywood kids. They're not survivors in all senses of the word, really. It just doesn't sit well with me.

But again, everyone has a different opinion, so whatever. What was the thread here called... how old was it? I'll read it.

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