Richard Armitage had a really busy day today, tweeting

I will link to them all in a day or so, but this one was the most bemusing. ??? Why would you post such an unflattering photo of yourself? I am starting to wonder if he really has moved into what he used to call his “elephant man” phase. (I wouldn’t use that term; I’m just quoting the article.)

~ by Servetus on August 9, 2019.

9 Responses to “Richard Armitage had a really busy day today, tweeting”

  1. I know – it’s not quite the Elephant Man (with filters) but it’s not flattering.

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  2. Another weird one

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  3. I quite like it when he does this. I find it really attractive – a man confident enough not to airbrush out the crows feet and just to be spontaneous. And his ‘unflattering’ is still much better looking than most. Yum.

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  4. he might see it as sharing a pic of the character, or him peeking out through the character, rather than himself

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  5. l love it- he’s looking gorgeous, virtually beaming! And so young!

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  6. Hmm, is it HIM? Or his character?
    What’s with the eyes? And what’s with the jawline? The hair is also wrong. Is it a piece?

    Too many questions. I’ll just creep back into my little lurker hole 🙂

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  7. Why? He’s so handsome when someone else take the pic – a professional, or a quivering fan – and then we have these selfies. He looks weird, not for the first time. Maybe he become beautiful only when observed?

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  8. J’y reconnais le visage grimé, à la poudre de riz, d’un acteur japonais.
    ( La semaine prochaine, j’aimerais assister à un spectacle (de musique, de théâtre ou de danse…). Mais en ce moment, il y a des fêtes et des jours fériés ici.)
    J’ai beaucoup pensé au Butoh et aux remarques de Richard Armitage, sur la gentillesse des Coréens.
    – Quotidiennement, l’homme ou la femme d’origine japonaise ne sort dans la rue qu’avec un maquillage et une tenue très soignée (il y a un énorme écart avec les touristes étrangers, dont je fais partie). Je ne parle pas des personnes portant une tenue traditionnelle, voire des sandales à semelles de bois (jeunes mariés ou non, anciens…) ils sont assez nombreux. Je les plains par cette chaleur, mais il parait que j’ai tord.. Excepté en fin de semaine, où ils sont plus relax (comic market oblige peut-être!), ils font preuve d’une grande sobriété et les visages sont très maquillés, les bras recouverts de tissus, la tête de chapeau ou de parapluie pour se protéger du soleil.
    – Quant à leur gentillesse et leur prévenance ce n’est pas une légende… Je suis obligée de contrôler et faire attention à mes gestes et paroles tout le temps…

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