Childhood Celebrity Crushes

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    Yep, that's her. Mmmmm.....
     
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    Man there were so many I had a thing for back in the day, hey no one mentioned Lilly Munster (Yvonne DeCarlo)! Or Marilyne for that matter. How about Elly Clampet?

    For me, the all time boyhood wood would go to Barbara Eden, she's the first one that I remember making my pants feel funny... I liked how she said "yes master".
     
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    Your mention of Yvonne DeCarlo reminded me of another one:
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    Carolyn Jones (Morticia Addams)
     
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    And that reminded me of Elvira.
     
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    She was in Saved by the Bell
     
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    I used to have a thing for Natalie Wood ...

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    and her sister Lana
     
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    I had a girlfriend who always wished I was like Dr. Henry Kissinger, so you just never know. ;)


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    Obviously the rest of you are TV-watchers, but we had no TV. So the movies would be the way to go.

    Papa Joe has the right idea, Ingrid Bergman. And what about Grace Kelly, come on? Of course Ms. Sofia (isn't it telling that mothers would not allow their daughters to be named Sofia?) but one mustn't forget about Ava Gardner.
     
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    I had crushes on the usual suspects for my age group. Ginger,Maryanne, Genie, and Samantha from bewitched... I liked 'em magical! But the first time I ever was "moved" by a celebrity was a cardboard standup in a record store. Debbie Harry, Heart of Glass era. Life size cardboard, hot pink dress... I didn't have "those thoughts". I just couldn't stop looking at it...:oops:
     
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    Boy, could I have made a joke there. ;)


    Think about her serial dating pattern . . .
     
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