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Susanna Hoffs, Wendy James or Kim Wilde?

In their prime, who are you marrying?  

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  1. 1. In their prime, who are you marrying?

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14 hours ago, Stickman said:

As stunning and as gorgeous as Wendy James was they unfunny cunt Roland Rivron used to bang her so it's Hoffs for me    

Negged.  Roland Rivron was fucking hilarious.

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5 hours ago, VladimirIlyich said:

I wouldn't turn any of them down in their prime but it seems Ms Hoffs has stood the test of time much better than the others.

Being 15 years younger than Debbie Harry helps.

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For this era can I have an honourable mention for Patsy Kensit. Saw her singing (well dancing) in band at uni . Took a dander to front of stage to get a butchers and she was everything a horned up 20 year old would want. Perfection. Due to lack of back catalogue of material ( think it was eighth wonder) she decided to lay down on stage and rub mic on her crotch right in front of me.  Cue a stage invasion concert cancelled and my pint spilled. However the visions provided have stayed with me to this day. Bound to be top Milf now.

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Not fussed on any of them really but picked James as the best of a weak bunch. I don’t even know who she is.

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