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Viggo Mortensin sounds so sexy and 'upright' noble - this is why...
• Posted by: Beth 'the lustful' Bonacle
• Date: Wednesday, March 10, 2004, at 9:59 a.m.
• IP Address: glpp-p-144-139-39-170.prem.tmns.net.au

Hi everyone - after listening to 'track 10: Return of the King' - (for like 5000 times now), I have fell in love with Viggo's amazing voice which resonates in my mind endlessy now like an elvish serenade. I just cant help but appreciate the fact that an actor looks so sexy (I would pay 5 million just to have his rich Gondorian-Numerian whiskers lash up against myself, even in more areas that most other men would leap at.) And yeah he just sounds amazing! I hope Peter Jackson makes another Lord of the Rings just so I can stalk Viggo with endless affection and yeah... the rest!!! He just makes me feel really warm and tingly inside, and most other songs fail to accomplish that feat. Why I feel that way I will have no idea, but yeah he has just done an amazing job singing in that last track - and I'm his greatest and most appreciate fan!

Beth




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