What's the hottest non-sexual scene you ever saw in a movie?
That really was quite lovely.
This is a good thread, great potential.
Butterfly effect 3 bartender chick shows some sweet chemistry before the sex scene.
>I will never have a qt dry hump me until I cum while in the storage closest at work.
I love Mark when he scores
Oh, it isn't a particularly interesting story and not even the first time they'd fucked with me in the room.
But we were all on the bed watching the movie, they started fucking and I was like "Come on guys." and went and sat in a chair.
They may have asked me to leave, but I was watching the movie.
I think this is a clear cut winner out of examples ITT
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>some bullshit from Peep Show
>not this scene
You suck /tv/.
i never thought anything with david mitchell in it c
ould arouse me so much
fucking seventh heaven is too much for me
they have reruns on late at night here and every time it comes on i know i will end up having to crack one by the end.
its the ultimate forbidden fruit angle
I'm pretty sure that is sexual.
Or they could ya know, not start while we are all watching a movie.
They were wierd though.
As I mentioned that wasn't the first time they've just started fucking with me in the room, and he tried to get me to finger her in public once...
For something /tv/ can find on youtube - Beau Pere, a full length film in which a girl tries to seduce her stepfather in order to remain with him after her mother is dies.
As for myself, an unknown indy film Wish Granted, which featured the most beautiful little ballerina in the universe dancing in her undies.
I usually hate cringe shows like that because the people always just act retarded but I watched episode 1 of this recently.
I havent laughed at hard in many years sitting alone in my room as I did at the bus scene where the woman sits on his hand.
It's Amber Tamblyn, her ass is fucking huge, her hips is the only thing i remember from last season of House
Same thing with the slut in the beginning who has the amazing legs.
Why was noir allowed to be so overtly sexual back then? Plus almost all of the women in noir are strong and independent and use their sexuality to dominate every man who isn't Bogart.