Richard Armitage objectification #1

I loved watching The Crucible and I loved watching Richard Armitage take his shirt off.

~ by Servetus on June 17, 2017.

30 Responses to “Richard Armitage objectification #1”

  1. Me too! No regrets…. ๐Ÿ˜†


  2. Me too on both counts!


  3. Lordy, didn’t we all??


  4. No one reading this would blame you for appreciating that view. Most likely those of us not lucky enough to go to London wish we were right there with you. Even on the screen it was breath-taking, and I mean that literally. (hence the hyphen)


  5. Part deux: Oh, and the #1 after ‘objectification’ gives me hope that more are coming…..


    • Yes, I feel that lately I have neglected the objectification of Armitage and I need to rectify that.

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      • So happy you did Serv! ๐Ÿ˜‰ I hope I don’t gasp too loudly when I see it in the movie theatre. I don’t want to disgrace the family!! I know it won’t quite have the same impact as seeing it live but I’m already on medication for heart palpitations so I may have to take something to keep me calm before I go! ๐Ÿ˜€


  6. In the spirit of objectification…while watching “My Cousin Rachel”, I couldn’t help but notice the scene where Sam Claflin washes his upper body by splashing water from a basin. If there were a contest, our older man would win (from my POV anyway)!

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  7. I was so flustered… ๐Ÿ˜ถ


  8. Mmm…


  9. Ode to Objectification

    Is there any justification,
    For Armitage objectification?
    I ponder as I enjoy the view,
    Hoping that you think so too.
    We watched you wash off some grime,
    Revealing scenery uncommonly fine.
    So in your next role would you take a chance,
    And consider ditching your character’s pants?

    Kathy Jones

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  10. I don’t think that needs any words or any justification grins. Just keep the pics coming. We’re all grateful.


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