Hairy Potter.

Discussion in 'The NAAFI Bar' started by El_Burno, Apr 22, 2008.

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  1. El_Burno

    El_Burno Crow

    Hairy Potter

    Hairmione Granger.

    Emma Watson, the actress who plays Hermione Granger in Harry Potter has shown the world she has finally come of age whilst celebrating her 18th birthday recently.

    Cue jokes about wizard's sleeves....
     
  2. Chuzu

    Chuzu LE

    well at least the curtains matches the carpet
     
  3. That reminds me, I need to buy dental floss...
     
  4. Post up an image to save those of work from clicking on dodgy links, will you
     
  5. Chuzu

    Chuzu LE

    Both have disabled right clicking sorry
     
  6. Go to not jailbait thread mate. :wink:
     
  7. 18 now... grass on the wicket and all that
     
  8. jamboking

    jamboking Old-Salt

    looking from the picture the grass has been there for a while !
     
  9. She's a fine looking gal. I am now forced to go and knock one out.
     
  10. I've remembered where I left my bike.
     

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  11. callum13

    callum13 War Hero

    she is fcukin gorgeous isnt she...


    Be right back.
     
  12. looney

    looney LE

    She needs to open her legs a bit.
     
  13. callum13

    callum13 War Hero

    she already has for every big shot in hollywood mate.
     
  14. Second link, second pic down... has she split some milk on her right thigh?!
     
  15. While -um -'examining' the series of photos of her exiting the party and getting into the- er- spotlight I noticed her feet..

    they seem to have some serious scabbing and whatnot.. she might have some fungal infection which could have spread upwards or dripped downwards-like...

    not becoming a fresh 18 year old looking to to - move up the ladder of success, say what?... Thought she had more class and wasn't into the Lindsay/Britney school of starlet behaviour...obviously money doesn't buy social graces...