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The Sally James Appreciation Thread

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Big JR – I don’t know whether you saw it or not but earlier this year Sally was on one of these day time tv antique shows with her husband where they played against another couple which happened to be Keith Chegwin and someone else. Anyway Sally still looked the real deal, I noticed that she wore glasses for reading but apart from that she has barely aged at all whereas her husband looked his age and she has clearly stayed loyal to him knowing she is still one of the most lusted after women on the planet and could easily get ‘a toy boy’, he must be one of the luckiest guy alive today

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Big JR – I don’t know whether you saw it or not but earlier this year Sally was on one of these day time tv antique shows with her husband where they played against another couple which happened to be Keith Chegwin and someone else. Anyway Sally still looked the real deal, I noticed that she wore glasses for reading but apart from that she has barely aged at all whereas her husband looked his age and she has clearly stayed loyal to him knowing she is still one of the most lusted after women on the planet and could easily get ‘a toy boy’, he must be one of the luckiest guy alive today

 

 

I think that was probably 'Bargain Hunt', and it was probably a repeat, as I seem to remember seeing it some time ago.

 

I did recently see her being interviewed about 'Tiswaz', and, as you say, age has treated her incredibly well, and YES, I would definitely.......

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Big JR - Strangely enough I wouldn't like to be in Sally's husband's shoes for all the tea in China as he must constantly be asking the burning question 'why me' when she can have her pick of any man on the planet.

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I see that Sally James has been doing a bit of guest speaking in her spare time which suits her business and family commitments, she must be able to name her price as she would guarantee a sell out dinner or event anywhere in the Country:

 

http://www.tmcentertainment.co.uk/speaker-index.html?speakerid=657&speakertypeid=12

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It's a mystery...how anyone found Toyah attractive, think about it

 

Toyah's ok, I met her in Bourton-in-the-Water a few years back when she was doing an open day with Brum (remember the little toy car who had loads of adventures?)

 

She's a very beautiful and charming lady, though she's never been afraid to be different. Did you know that she's lucky to even be alive, let alone to be a singer/television personality?

 

'Toyah was born with a twisted spine, clawed feet, a clubbed right foot, one leg two inches shorter than the other and no hip sockets. Because of this she endured years of painful operations and physiotherapy.[7] Her physical condition was a cause of difficult times at school. "When I was bullied at school, it was coz of my character. I was a weak child, I was incredibly small. I had a speech impediment, I was the perfect bait for bullying. My dad took me out the back and taught how to punch the hell out of someone and from then on I was never bullied again", Toyah recalled.[8]' (Taken from Wikipedia)

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Very interesting, yes I gather she is a very pleasant woman, you don't mention Sally James though or does the thought of her bring you out in palpitations

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I'm only 26 Rhodes, but if I'd have to go for an older lady it'd be Julia Bradbury or the charming Carol Vorderman who I met recently at York.

 

Now, Rachel Riley.... mmmm!

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Kim Wilde. Says it all. I rest my case.

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Loosely - Yes I can just picture you alone in your bedroom at home in the early 80's!

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Loosely - Yes I can just picture you alone in your bedroom at home in the early 80's!

 

Try not to will you Rhodes? Being the object of your desire makes me feel dirty.

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Loosely - Go on admit it, I bet it was like something similar to that scene in Quadrophenia where Phil Daniels pleasured himself in his bedroom over some pictures of scantily clad women

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Loosely - Go on admit it, I bet it was like something similar to that scene in Quadrophenia where Phil Daniels pleasured himself in his bedroom over some pictures of scantily clad women

 

Please stop Rhodes, I can't bear the thought of you w anking off to these images in your head.

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Loosely - I can just imagine what you were like when you were in your mid to late teens which would have been around the time, in the early 80's, when Kids In America, Chequered Love, Cambodia, View From A Bridge and Water On Glass were released, I bet it wasn't a pretty sight!

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I was eighteen in 1980 Rhodes, will you stop obsessing over your images of me in my bedroom. I have to tell you that you are coming across as a complete nonce and quite frankly it's no surprise.

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I've hit a raw nerve haven't I, yes you were eighteen in 1980, that's exactly my point, obsessing over images of Kim Wilde who I never thought was anything to write home about

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Er..No... haha!

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I've hit a raw nerve haven't I, yes you were eighteen in 1980, that's exactly my point, obsessing over images of Kim Wilde who I never thought was anything to write home about

 

I went to watch Kim's old man perform in a local boozer about fifty years ago. Much to my surprise he was actually very good. I don't know if Kim was any good as a singer, but she has turned out to be a very talented garden designer.

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I saw her at the Quo Festival last year, and she is past her best. Totally out of place at a rock concert, Lord only knows why she was invited (something to do with her dad writing Ice in The Sun for Quo all them years ago?)

 

That said, Roy Wood and Status Quo weren't that good either. I've heard that Boney M and Bonnie Tyler are supporting Quo this winter on their UK tour... I despair!

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I saw her at the Quo Festival last year, and she is past her best. Totally out of place at a rock concert, Lord only knows why she was invited (something to do with her dad writing Ice in The Sun for Quo all them years ago?)

 

That said, Roy Wood and Status Quo weren't that good either. I've heard that Boney M and Bonnie Tyler are supporting Quo this winter on their UK tour... I despair!

 

Kim was never at her best live, she always suffered very badly from nerves which she always admitted to. Wouldn't have thought her voice had improved with age either, not many performers do probably. She's still got "it" though!

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I saw her at the Quo Festival last year, and she is past her best. Totally out of place at a rock concert, Lord only knows why she was invited (something to do with her dad writing Ice in The Sun for Quo all them years ago?)

 

That said, Roy Wood and Status Quo weren't that good either. I've heard that Boney M and Bonnie Tyler are supporting Quo this winter on their UK tour... I despair!

 

Kim was never at her best live, she always suffered very badly from nerves which she always admitted to. Wouldn't have thought her voice had improved with age either, not many performers do probably. She's still got "it" though!

 

In the 60s all of the top acts used to come to Romford to play live, and most of them was rubbish and used to get booed off stage or have things thrown at them. The worse acts ever was the Walker Brothers, the Animals, and Hermans Hermits. Some of the best acts was Judith Durham (the Seekers), the Springfields with the incomparable Dusty, and Dagenhams finest Sandie Shaw.

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but she has turned out to be a very talented garden designer.

Yes, that says it all, Kim Wilde was always like a duck out of water in the music business wasn't she

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