The other day, the lovely Sabine from PSYNOPSIS warned me about a ‘slightly strange’ award that she was going to pass on to me. And as the word ‘strange’ always manages to stir up in me emotions of excitement and curiosity, I could barely wait to see what it’s about. To be quite honest, I was even a bit intrigued regarding the level of strangeness that an award can posses, but alas the description is an accurate one. And so, I can tell you that I am the recipient of the Plastic Joy Award. Yet this does no come free of obligations, I am supposed to tell you five actors I would like to ‘have fun some with if ever the opportunity *ahem* . . . arouse (silly word game I know, but I just couldn’t help it). And also tag five other bloggers which are supposed to do the same. As much as I do appreciate the opportunity of fantasizing for a bit, I’m not really one for tagging. Who didn’t get it yet, who would want it, why only five, which are the five . . . So many questions, so little patience. Therefore, I’m breaking the rules and inviting the first five bloggers who wish to name five cute/hot/intriguing/or otherwise attractive actors to claim the award by posting the photo, which you can find here, on their blog.
This being done, here are my five, in order of appearance:
  • Heath Ledger as Patrick Verona in 10 Things I Hate About You
  • Guillaume Canet as Franck in Ensemble, c’est tout (although I did first started fancying him in Jeux d’Enfants)
  • Paul Bettany as Geoffrey Chaucer in A Knight’s Tale (how could you not love the father of English Literature)
  • Rufus Sewell as in The Taming Of The Shrew – Shakespeare Retold (THE most attractive transvestite I know)
  • Ryan Gosling as Noah Calhoun in The Notebook

Now that we have this covered, I’ll leave you with a few blurry self portraits that I’ve recently done, inspired by this newly received award.

I though it would be rather appropriate to wear the also new cropped AAH (After sex t-shirts) tshirt that I just couldn’t help buying.