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(Daily Mail)   Churchill's favorite spy was a ringer for Kate Winslet, a grenade-wielding Polish beauty queen, the real-life inspiration for a Bond girl, and so charming a Nazi patrol dog disobeyed its master for her. Your dog wants pussy galore   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 8
    More: Hero, Kate Winslet, Winston Churchill, Jewish mother, Eva Green, Luftwaffe, Czechoslovakia, passage, occupied Poland  
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2012-10-07 09:35:29 AM
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KiplingKat872: Jesus McSordid: Not even that. Jeez, standards were low back then.

She is pretty, there is no denying that. I think in her era she would be considered more pretty than under our own modern standards of beauty.

But as men over the age of thirty come to realize, "sexy" is only party in one's physical appearance. Attitude, wit, and a certain ineffable something can make a physically unremarkable woman become the center of attention in a crowded room. Physically Mata Hari's face would be considered "cute" at best, but it was her attitude that made her one of the greatest sex symbols of her time.


I think our world would be a better place if more men realized this at an earlier age. Attitude is one of the sexiest things in a woman.

My wife was a cute, petite brunette with freckles when she was 25. When she shared her opinon, men would stop chewing their food to listen. Married men would circle her at parties--our careers came with cocktail parties. And younger men still pay her far too much attention. Twenty years later her attitude is mixing with wisdom...good lord I gotta go.

Chase attitude, gents. Chase attitude.
2012-10-07 09:06:48 AM
4 votes:

Jesus McSordid: Not even that. Jeez, standards were low back then.


She is pretty, there is no denying that. I think in her era she would be considered more pretty than under our own modern standards of beauty.

But as men over the age of thirty come to realize, "sexy" is only party in one's physical appearance. Attitude, wit, and a certain ineffable something can make a physically unremarkable woman become the center of attention in a crowded room. Physically Mata Hari's face would be considered "cute" at best, but it was her attitude that made her one of the greatest sex symbols of her time.
2012-10-07 10:34:05 AM
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KiplingKat872: Jesus McSordid: Not even that. Jeez, standards were low back then.

She is pretty, there is no denying that. I think in her era she would be considered more pretty than under our own modern standards of beauty.

But as men over the age of thirty come to realize, "sexy" is only party in one's physical appearance. Attitude, wit, and a certain ineffable something can make a physically unremarkable woman become the center of attention in a crowded room. Physically Mata Hari's face would be considered "cute" at best, but it was her attitude that made her one of the greatest sex symbols of her time.


THIS

Today's fast-food insta-beauties think they need big lips and big boobs to be sexy.
Not at all.

Submitted for your approval is sexy spy #1
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Mrs. Peel, you're wanted.
2012-10-07 02:48:56 PM
1 votes:
You can have your Pussy Galores. Best "Bond girl" and as the most kick-ass, closest to the spirit of Christine Granville?

Michelle Yeoh in Tomorrow Never Dies. She was also awesome in Supercop and (of course) Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon. 

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2012-10-07 10:12:28 AM
1 votes:
Nice story subs! And thank you mods for greenlighting. I will not click on a honey boo boo, or kardashian link, but will gladly spend a morning reading material such as this.
2012-10-07 09:09:11 AM
1 votes:
More to the point, for what she did, that's is one helluva girl.

*femme fist bump*
2012-10-07 09:06:04 AM
1 votes:
"The spy inspired the character of Bond girl Vesper Lynd, played by sultry French actress Eva Green"

How soon they forget.

www.007collector.com
2012-10-07 08:38:05 AM
1 votes:

AdolfOliverPanties: Kate Winslet? No. Not even close. Cate Blanchett maybe.


Not even that. Jeez, standards were low back then.

/Insert "your grandmother" joke here.
 
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