Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Heidi Hollis

I don't keep it a secret that I'm a big fan of people with outlandish beliefs. I've been watching some of this woman's videos for a bit now, and how could I not love her? Listen to the authoritative and helpful tone she has while talking about shadow people and UFOs. I just wish she had more to say about bigfoot.

Fortune Cookie

I just ate a fortune cookie and the fortune was 'You will be attracted to an older, more experienced person!'

In ironic news, Oingo Boingo's 'Little Girls' has been stuck in my head all afternoon.

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Cute Girl in Bio Class

There was a cute girl in my Biology Class yesterday. I didn't get around to posting it until today.

She looked like she was probably in her early to mid-thirties. She had a ponytail and cool glasses and a shirt with a whale on it. She also had hoop earrings. God I love hoop earrings.

Monday, September 28, 2009


I sent out a mass e-mail telling friends and family about my new blog earlier today, and I got an e-mail back from a friend who had this to say.

Men who constantly talk about "attractive" points about women sort of make me sick. I don't care about you wanting to see some woman's legs. You can take me off this mass mailing list now.

This kind of attitude toward the way men approach their sexuality is one of the things that I'm trying to tackle with this blog. I'm trying to show how a person can come across women, either in real life or in the media, and appreciate qualities that they have. It's simple; it's sincere, and it's unobtrusive. At least that's how I'm trying to portray it. Getting this kind of feedback makes me worry that I'm not explaining myself very well (and admittedly, I wasn't totally satisfied with my post on Franka Potente from the moment I published it). Still, I think boys liking girls needs to be de-villainized. I'm recording the times when I get attracted to someone. I'm not sitting on a park bench eyeing little girls with bad intent. I think it's important to recognize you can be into girls, even comment on their physical beauty, without being a pervert or a misogynist. Attraction to others in this sense happens to most people. The way I see it, the way I find myself attracted to women is, if not completely unique, at least done out of my own alterity. Some would make one think that this is a abominable way to function, and people should hate themselves for noticing that Potente has great legs. This blog is intended as my way of showing that not only is there no reason for anyone to hate theirself for this, but as a matter of fact, when you realize that finding someone attractive stems from a genuine, authentic, compassionate self, you can't help but love yourself for the way you feel.

I want to round this thought out with a poem, which just happens to be my favorite poem in the whole world, that I feel does a nice job of explaining what I'm trying to say here.

In the desert
I saw a creature, naked, bestial,
Who, squatting upon the ground,
Held his heart in his hands,
And ate of it.
I said: "Is it good, friend?"
"It is bitter - bitter," he answered;
"But I like it
Because it is bitter,
And because it is my heart."

-Stephen Crane, 1905

Saturday, September 26, 2009

Charlotte vs. The Shankers

I went to a noise show in San Francisco this morning and there was probably 4 girls there. They were all pretty cute. The one who I thought was the cutest was handing out flyers for a show on October 3rd. She was talking about a show tonight at someplace called the Razorwire. I asked her about it, and she was talking about it and I asked her if I could look up where the Razorwire was and it would tell me. She said probably, but then she gave me her number so that I could just call her for directions. I got a cute girl's number today, which is pretty awesome.

The only thing is, my friends The Shankers are playing tonight at Gilman. I feel like I ought to see them, since they've always been super good friends of mine and all. On the other hand, I don't want to miss an opportunity to get to know a cool girl. On the other hand, for all I know she's seeing someone, or she's gay, or she's just not interested, or whatever, and then I'll be at a cool noise show, but all the cool noise in the world will still leave me feeling disappointed because I was hoping to get to know a cool girl in that way. I'm not sure what I should do.

Jacqueline McKenzie

Jacqueline McKenzie

So I've been watching the last season of the 4400. First of all, it's such a bummer that they canceled that show. It's like X-Files, X-Men, The Matrix, and Heroes all rolled into one. I loved it how in almost every episode things would get considerably weirder.

But on a note more relevant to this blog, Jacqueline McKenzie as Diana Skouris is a woman who I have a hundred crushes on at the same time. She's all cool and shooting people and she gets to walk around and flash a badge and it's her job to make sure that bad guys get the fuck beaten out of them, but at the same time she's a mom and she's all sensitive and crap. Also, she seems pretty bright. I was really hoping that she'd be seeing Marco Pacella and fall in love with him, because the nice, goofy guys of the world need to win one for a change, but she dumped his ass hardcore for this dork named Ben who's not even really that cool, and he has this lame Kenny Loggins beard. Anyway, she's a very cool, competent and capable agent, and I like her.

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Franka Potente's legs


I just watched The Princess and The Warrior (2000) and as a whole I liked the movie okay, but I wasn't super into it. Franka Potente however, is really good in it, and she's also super cute. She has the very wide mouth, and when she smiles it's really cute. Also, I think she has my favorite legs of anyone. She's got that sort of stocky thickness that's just adorable. Kind of like Thora Birch in Ghost World (2001). I was hoping I could get a picture of her where you can see her legs, but this was the best I could come up with on a Google image search. Still, she's a real looker, and she's a really good actor too.

This is the begining.

Hello and welcome to Women who Chuck likes. In this blog I'm going to chronicle girls who I think are cute or spark my interest in some manner.

To start us off here, this is a video about a tiger that's afraid to come off a tower. The zookeeper that they interview is a really cute girl.