posted on May, 2 2017 @ 06:10 PM
Was having a little discussion about Scarlet Johansson's roles. Okay, maybe not really a discussion so much as the voices in my head wouldn't shut up!
The first movie I ever saw her in was Lost In Translation with Billy Murray. I honestly had no idea who she was at the time and didn't care much
after. So thinking about her roles, she's typically the feminine sex symbol-heroine typecast. I'm sure she's known for other roles more akin to what
she played in Lost In Translation, but I think it's safe to say she's going to be best known for characters like in The Avengers or Ghost In The
Shell--again, sex symbols for femininity.
I don't know. I just never found her attractive. I know she has a fondness of showing her underwear on camera, but that does not really make a woman
It's been gnawing at me--why? She's cute, sexy, good-looking etc. So why don't I find her attractive?
Well, I think I figured out the reason. When I see her, I think it fires a deviant neuron pool in my head. It reminds me of a young Steve Buschemi who
put on the cursed belt of masculinity/ femininity during a game of D&D and I know I could never kiss her even in my wildest night terrors. All I would
see is the Buschemi.
Sorry! I don't know where this came from! It's my own little sickness I call Silence of the Lips. Had to get it out of my head!
The healing has begun
edit on 2-5-2017 by NarcolepticBuddha because: (no reason given)