Lady Kitty Spencer

Is Di’s niece.

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Not quite your typical aristocratic figure is it? Still, as the Daily Mash pointed out, unlikely to be too much of a problem supply the Earl with grandchildren:

But Nathan Muir, a completely normal person in every way from Hatfield, stressed: “What the hell are you talking about?

“She’s a cracker and I can say with cast-iron certainty that if I, or any of my friends, were lucky enough to be on top of her you would need a crane to get us off.”

Martin Bishop, a remarkably ordinary human from Doncaster, said: “The girl with the hips, the magnificent knockers and the warm, happy face… or the arrogant, sulky angle-poise lamp who spends half her life in the bog?

“I’ll be honest, I don’t listen to women all that much but from what I can gather the debate is, essentially, about attractiveness and therefore it is reasonable to assume that I, as a man, am the one who is supposed to be attracted.

“We keep saying it until we are blue in the face – for the love of god, please gain some weight because we do not want to have sex with someone who looks like a 12 year-old boy.”

 

20 thoughts on “Lady Kitty Spencer”

  1. It’s the odd thing of “men’s women” and “women’s women”. So, women’s magazines are full of stories about Gwyneth Paltrow, and she’s pretty, but most men, given a choice from women in the Marvel universe would opt for Scarlet Johansen, Kat Dennings or Rene Russo.

    I mean, it’s not we’re talking women doing different things here. Scarlet Johansen and Gwyneth Paltrow are both pretty women who play dress up for a living. So, why do women care about the attractive woman who is less attractive to men?

  2. Maybe I’m an unmanly nonman then, because I think Paltrow is very sexy and can’t see what the fuss is about Johanssen in terms of sexy. I think Downey and Paltrow are one of the great screen couples.

  3. I’d concur with Steve.
    Save that snap in your photo album, girlie. This is the best you’re going to look.

  4. IanB: Paltrow would be fine unless she starts talking. Esp if she is talking instead of rather than afterwards.

  5. Not very gallant of us. However…I weigh in at little more than nine and a half stone and am naturally attracted to size 8 women. If someone like Lady Kitty Spencer fell on top of me I’d be f*cked. Still, horses for courses: most of my (larger) friends would go for it.

  6. So Much For Subtlety

    Ian B – “Maybe I’m an unmanly nonman then, because I think Paltrow is very sexy and can’t see what the fuss is about Johanssen in terms of sexy. I think Downey and Paltrow are one of the great screen couples.”

    Well, I didn’t want to say anything, but you know, maybe the problem is you? Paltrow better than Johanssen? Celibacy is better than Paltrow.

    As for being a great screen couple, as Pepper she plays a controlling, ungrateful castrating b!tch while he can have any woman on the planet but slums it with Paltrow instead. It is the least convincing couple since Orlando Bloom and whatshername in Pirates of the Caribbean. I can only assume it was written by a bunch of spiteful female divorcees and/or a platoon of Gay men who have no idea what normal men like or want.

    Ironman is yet another proof that Hollywood hates normal people.

  7. SMFS

    I hate to disagree, no I don’t, but Pepper is the Yang to Tony’s Yin. Stark is (and always has been, in the comics) a deeply flawed character, so Pepper is what he needs. Admittedly the third movie was written a bit weird generally, but in the first two the relationship was just right. She’s the female who keeps the alpha male’s life on track so he can do Great Things.

    And she really is very, very sexy. I think you’re all mad crazy peoples.

  8. And she was on Graham Norton and she was very nice.

    And okay, she believes a bunch of crazy woo. So does virtually every woman in the Western world at the moment. If you offered a million pounds to the first female claimant without any “alternative” beliefs, you’d hang onto your money. Life is all about compromises, you know.

  9. So Much For Subtlety

    Ian B – “I hate to disagree, no I don’t, but Pepper is the Yang to Tony’s Yin. Stark is (and always has been, in the comics) a deeply flawed character, so Pepper is what he needs. Admittedly the third movie was written a bit weird generally, but in the first two the relationship was just right. She’s the female who keeps the alpha male’s life on track so he can do Great Things.”

    As long as she stuck to being what women do best – a PA to a great man – she was fine. More or less. Although the film’s writers were showing their contempt for the actual characters early on – they hated Stark’s weapons business from Day one. As if building weapons to defend the West is something to be ashamed of. They also foolishly tried to locate the film’s moral centre in Potts.

    Her character went down hill when she was promoted to CEO. Presumably this is a feminist thing. They can’t have princesses rescued by princes any more. The female characters have to do the rescuing these days. The third film was an abortion although I liked Guy Pearce. The only thing keeping the world safe is Stark’s genius and she insists he give it all up to drink grass yogurt shakes or something. Vile.

    “And she really is very, very sexy. I think you’re all mad crazy peoples.”

    I am not into 12 year old boys or girls who look like them. And the asinine opinions that come from her mouth only make it worse.

    Ian B – “And okay, she believes a bunch of crazy woo. So does virtually every woman in the Western world at the moment.”

    Stop validating them.

  10. If you offered a million pounds to the first female claimant without any “alternative” beliefs

    My wife. Which is one reason I love her.

  11. If 12 year old boys looked like Gwyneth Paltrow, I’d be into 12 year old boys.

    Honestly, you don’t have to buy into this Feminist bullshit about real (i.e. fat) women being superior by attacking slender women. She looks no more like a 12 year old boy than Stan Ogden.

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