Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by oscar_2424, Jul 18, 2006.
man she's pretty cut up too.
None of these are even remotely attractive...
This girl needs to fix her grillz.
Some old school stuff
True. But cuteness is not synonomous with attrativeness.
Is she married? If not why the ring and diamond on her ring finger?
+ I'm a woman, so what do I know? I actually find Justine attractive because she's tiny like me and almost all women on the WTA are huge. I like that she looks so fragile but in reality is as tough as nails. I like Caroline Wozniacki's smile, very charming and her legs are beautiful. Ivanovic's looks are peachy. I don't find Kirilenko very attractive (even though most men seem to) and it's always surprised me how overweight a lot of girls seem in WTA.
Venus is not bad looking at all. Her outfits and her hair-dos can be a mess though. Tall, slender, athletic, classy, and quite attractive. Then again the haters will still hate on her and Serena.
Serena has her moments of looking good. This was from 6 years ago:
I think from 4 years ago:
Venus and Serena last year:
Kuznetsova can look good under certain circumstances. She doesn't really care to be some sort of eye candy as shes content to be picking up $$$ and titles. Henin is pretty much the same. Schiavone and Suarez Navarro might require an extreme makeover. Stosur actually looks okay with nice eyes and I imagine could do well in an evening dress.
The last thing Safina needs is 6-7" heels :shock:
She'd be like 6'9
kirilenko is cute, and her body is niiice, but does anyone else notice she's got sort of a 'dead' look in her eyes, like a stuffed animal or something? not a very expressive look to her.
Yes... yes you are :twisted:
Henin should fix the mess going on inside her mouth :-?
Screw your cruel jokes, I pick Vania King.
I agree with the bolded statement.
Well perhaps beauty, cuteness, and attractiveness are all in the eyes of the beholders, even in the eyes of women.
Wozzy's smile is like sunshine. Although Henin is no where close to beautiful in my book, she is radiating this aura that I somewhat find attractive. Safina, although not elegant, have this unique cuteness and fighter look that appeals me. Kirilenko is like a the type of girl you will find in a small village somewhere in the mountain. Although I find makiri to be good looking, she doesn't emit such charisma and aura like Henin does.
attractiveness isn't just "beauty" to me. it's more how you come across as a person and what you're making of yourself.
and boy, if henin is talking it's like everyone is listening attentively and it feels as if you soak into her (sorry, english isn't my mother tongue, at some point I struggle finding the right words or phrases).
that's when I feel attracted to a woman.
Yea,, Henin emits aura,,allright..... Aura of Little boy that all catholic priest crave and slobber over....
Remember charismas is not equivalent to beauty.
Very well said KOaMaster. This actually applies to both women and men. What's so hard to understand?
I agree with dimension. Henin has an aura about her. An aura of strength and intensity. It's a different kind of aura (than sultriness or sweetness) but I can feel it as well.
Ana is my favourite. She's beautiful and nice. And natural.
Thanks. For the boys out there, beauty is not merely defined by superficial phyiscal looks and what's on the skin. You got to look at the interior of an apple as well. Don't judge the book by its cover.
Oh, but that little strut she has between points is so cool. The girl has class.
I agree that Justine is somehow very interesting looking, certainly not unattractive but not pretty by any means. I think she has great athletic beauty, especially her legs and little waist. The snap in her shots for someone that size and just the general beauty and seriousness of her game makes you have to revere her. I think I would want to separate respect from being physically attracted. Kirilenko on the other hand will make your pupils dilate.
Does the winner get to face off with serena for the championship?
Sorry, I don't know what you mean. I don't see anything feminine in her.
Just like comparing Nadal's and Fed's playing style. Different kinds of beauty.
Sure. Ana for instance is conventionally beautiful (and there's nothing wrong with that!): sweet and sensual but Henin has an inner strength that shines through. It's different and I'm all for different. I also agree with the notion of "athletic beauty", Graf had that as well. It's particularly pleasing to the eye when so many WTA girls are plump (and I use this word to be polite).
She's said it's not an engagement ring for Igor. In Russia they wear it on the right hand, not left.
I don't think that many WTA players are "plump". Care to name some for us?
Those three come to mind. Girls like Bartoli are somewhat debatable.
:-| Are you a man or a woman?
Very well put. Can't disagree with this. I am all about diversity as well.
Well what do you think?
Huh? Interior? What's that?
I always thought you're a man.
Nah, she's too passive to be a man.
That's probably because you have a stereotyped definition of feminine, curvaceous and all. There are different ways of being feminine. Personally I don't find Justine masculine at all.
Femininity can exhibit tremendous amount of strength and resilience as well.
Very hot. Great body.
Almost all of them: Clijsters for instance, Bartoli. It's kind of absurd (and long!!!) to draw an exhaustive list, so I won't do it
Isn't that just something that lesbians say?
Isn't that something that trolls say? (Getting my spray out :evil
Well when something hits a grain of truth, generally a troll alert is on the horizon.
If that's what you thought, it wouldn't hurt to keep it that way.
Bartoli definitely is. Kuz, Serena, Mattek-Sands just to name 3 - too sad a topic to go to the WTA site and go down the top 100.
Dimension clearly is a woman, why else would she say stuff like
and I'm not denying any beauty of Ivanovic. In fact, I've already seen her on the streets and she is quiet an eye-catcher. It's just only the obvious beauty which will - e.g. in safina's case change anyway during the years. I would call her the "hottest" girl on the tour at the moment.
I always thought of martina hingis as very ugly since I "knew" her from public appearances and ads but when I heard some other tennis fans (from outside switzerland) talk about her, she was called a beauty. I never got that too. she's got the worst voice, seriously, like a horse. and the face...I don't know.
If you ever listen to henin speaking french, you might say her voice is feminime. but there again, this is totally subjective.
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