Jennifer Aniston Goes Rogue….Yum!

The sweet and innocent Jennifer

Jennifer as Dr. Julie Harris saying &%$#@!!! you lookin’ at you damn %$#@!!

Consistently goody two shoes Jennifer Aniston has turned over a new leaf. No more miss sweet and innocent. It’s time to roll out the nastiness. Which I think a lot of male followers of Aniston were waiting for.

In her new film, “Horrible Bosses” she play a dentist, which we all know is automatically associated with lots of pain.  Technically nastiness, pain and dentistry go together.  As least from my own experience.

Jennifer plays dentist Dr. Julie Harris who struts around in sexy lingerie, uses a lot of disparagingly words, and blackmails her assistant Dale.

Hmmm.  “Show me a home, where the buffalo roam, and the deer and the antelope play…….where never is heard, a discouraging word, and the skies are not cloudy all day….”.

Sorry, got carried away there for a moment with discouraging words and things from an old cowpoke song.

Ya see, it’s like this.  The male brain is automatically programmed to look at TV female personalities who are sweet and innocent, and yet, at the same time super hot, with lust in their male slug minds.  It’s just natural for us.  We can’t help it.  Dates back to prehistoric cave man times when all we had to do was spot a woman and club her if we desired her and wanted to ravage her body…………once she woke up from the clubbing.

So, that said, most men have lusted over Jennifer Aniston for some time since she played the sweet little girl on “Friends.”  Now that she’s dyed her blonde hair to brunette for this new movie and in real life got a tattoo….too…….of her dogs name, “Norman” on her foot, and… wearing lingerie while cussing up a storm in her new movie, it’s a bigggggg turn on.

Excuse me for a second.

(pant, pant, pant)

Now I realize that Jennifer is much more appealing to the younger crowd, although I do confess she does float my boat, if of course, I actually had a boat with which to float. And I’m really happy for the younger guys who will get to see her in a different light after seeing the movie and be able to conjure up new fantasies.  Guys do that all the time.

Not me of course. I’m pure as the driven snow. (fingers crossed)

Ya see, when you get to my age, which is close to the age of Moses when he parted the Red Sea, you accept the fact that lusting after stars like Jennifer Aniston is way beyond even attempting to fantasize about. It’s never gonna happen, so why bother conjuring up a really good bedtime fantasy.

Nope, in my case it has to be realistic, or it just doesn’t work for me.  It’s like, if I ran into Jennifer somewhere and hit on her, what the hell would my chances be?  Zilch.  So why bother. I mean, I’ve tried fantasizing about celebs like Lady Ga Ga, Christina Hendricks, Jennifer Love Hewitt and Miss Piggy, but I can’t seem to come up with a realistic good fantasy due to the age differences.

Now on the other hand, if I direct my fantasies towards women that would definitely fall within my fantasy age group, it DOES work.  So I’m sticking with that and I’m not gonna lust over Jennifer Aniston in her new movie.

The only problem I’m having with available female celebrities in my age bracket is that when I start to conjure up a good sensual fantasy all I can think of is Cloris Leachman and Betty White. All the rest have died already.

Hmmmm…….maybe Cloris or Betty will be doing a nude scene and using foul-mouthed language in a movie soon and I can get back on track with my fantasizing

It’s either that, or my old stand by fantasy…………

Jessica Rabbit.

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Copyright 2011 MisfitWisdom RLV


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Former disc jockey, (Dick Jones) 30 years, and author of, "I Could Have Been Famous But Sex, Love & Life Got In The Way" available at books, & Kindle, "The Covert Chamber" a mystery novel available at and Barnes & Noble, and "Forgotten" the story of two WWI pilots who were forgotten for over 70 years available on and Kindle
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