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No love here either?


It's Bo Derek! Who can say their pubescent years were complete without a few private salutes to this goddess?

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Never really got the whole Bo Derek thing but I thought she was good in 10 and always seemed very good humoured despite the rubbish films.

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I liked 10 for it's intelligent although adult humor. I also thought the cast was outstanding, including Derek.

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Dudley Moore was brilliant. I miss him. Loved him Foul Play too, though a smaller role.

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LOL

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2 years and nobody else wants to admit to saluting this woman? Cinemax, 1986, Friday Nights...Bolero cable tv premiere...

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She never really made it Big like other young starlets who start off as sex symbols but carry on with a successful movie career. That's probably because she's not really that great of an actress.

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Good point.

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Who cares, lol. It's not about her acting skills. It's about her hotness.

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and her hotness didn't extend her shelf-life in Hollywood.

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Again. Who cares? That is completely irrelevant to what the original post was about; i.e. : a tribute to her magnificent beauty and sensuality. It's about the woman. Not her career.

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you keep replying so obviously you still "care" 😅

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Idiot.

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Still a 10

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I'd hang out with her.

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Who was the rudest celebrity you’ve met?

https://www.quora.com/Who-was-the-rudest-celebrity-you%E2%80%99ve-met/answer/Steven-Price-236

The rudest was Bo Derek. I was an officer in the Navy stationed overseas and asked to escort Ms Derek around the base when she visited with a USO tour. My job was to ensure she didn’t get lost, was safe and didn’t go anywhere civilians were not allowed. Celebrity is not really my thing, but it was my collateral duty, so I promised my CO I’d do the job well. I did think it would be cool though, considering she was kind enough to volunteer her time with the USO and visit us stationed away from our families, and I remembered her as a pin up long (long, long) ago. Unfortunately, she was a rude, petulant brat - shocking considering her age. She travelled with her sister and hangers on and was more interested in people fawning over her than actually visiting with the military personnel. Her sister and her fought constantly. At one point, after fighting over the headphones to their discman, she turned to me and rudely said ‘You need to go get me a headphone splitter.’ Here I was trying to be cordial and a good host, so I was taken aback at her rudeness and said ‘Excuse me?’ She barked “i want a headphone splitter so we can both have headphones plugged in. You need to sort that out.’ I calmly told her that I was ordered to escort her around base for safety and base security and was not her go-for. I also told her that she was on an overseas military installation, not a mall where she could slip into a Radio Shack and pick up whatever she wanted. She said ‘Oh, you’re useless’ and went to tell on me to her manager. She continued to be demanding and dismissive to everyone she came into contact with unless they were somebody of great import (i.e. COs or high ranking military officers), at which time she became charming to them.

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