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Match the Favorite Sex Position to the Celebrity!

Zoe Saldana, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jane Fonda and Sarah Silverman all went on the new TV series, The Conversation With Amanda De Cadenet. And they were all asked one very personal question, “What’s your favorite sex position?”

We have posted all of their answers below, but have left out who said them. Your job is to match the answers to the celebrities who said them. Once you feel like you have matched them all up perfectly, head over to the following link for the answers. http://wastedhollywood.com/2012/05/01/zoe-saldana-favorite-sex-position/

1. “While I am quite flexible and I can kneel, it’s not quite as comfortable for me as it used to be before I had a fake knee…[I like to be] either lying down or sitting up on a couch with him coming on to me, no pun intended.”

2. “I like missionary and I like being on my knees too. And I love being on top…I love doggy-style or standing up.”

3. “I’m down with all of them.”

4. “I do enjoy a good sound missionary-ing…and I like to be manhandled.” Match the Favorite Sex Position to the Celebrity! Match the Favorite Sex Position to the Celebrity! Match the Favorite Sex Position to the Celebrity! Match the Favorite Sex Position to the Celebrity!

 

Paleolithic tip of the day:Sex is better when you’ve also lost bowel control, courtesy of Jane Fonda

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Thank you Jane Fonda for ruining Barbarella forever. Now the image of you writhing on a bed of hay in your patent leather suit with a gun in your hand and your pokies shining through the metal will be replaced by your squealing metal hip as you give your soon to be 4th husband(to music executive Richard Perry, 67 – see picture) a dick rubdown with your titanium knee.

But let us explain.

Jane Fonda was recently interviewed by German newspaper Bilt and when asked how she stays young, she replied:

“I owe 30 per cent to genes, 30 per cent to good sex, 30 per cent because of sports and healthy lifestyle with proper nutrition and for the remaining 10 per cent – I have to thank my plastic surgeon.

“I’m 71 and physically don’t feel so good since I’m in pain. But I’m happier, the sex is better and I understand life better. I don’t want to be young again.”

“I just had surgery on the spine and can only run with a solid corset,” she said.

“I also have a new knee and a new hip made of titanium. I’m slowly falling apart and feel like a walking spare parts depot.

“I had to have it all repaired because I want to climb the Himalayas (next October). And at 8,000 metres, my body has to run smoothly.”

 

Jane Fonda remembers the time Michael Jackson freaked out about death

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In a blog published on her Web site Monday (June 29), Jane Fonda responded to Michael Jackson’s passing by bringing up a bizarre moment they shared on a California ranch sometime in the early 1980s:

“This is the longest I’ve gone without blogging for some time. But sometimes you just have to let life play itself out without comment. Like so many people, I have been in a wash of images and feelings about Michael Jackson. I knew him as well as one could know him during the time before he did “The Whiz” and up through “Thriller.” I couldn’t pretend to understand him. There were so many complicated signals. Did he want me to be his ‘older women’ friend. He gravitated to older women. For solace? Succor? A beard? Did he want me to teach him the ropes? I never could quite figure it out. But I remember one day he was visiting me at my ranch north of Santa Barbara. It was the first time he had been in that region but he must have liked it because later he bought his ranch in that same area. Anyway, as we walked around the ranch which was perched right at the edge of the mountain overlooking Goleta, I pointed to a spot where I told him I wanted to be buried. Michael had a melt down right then and there when he heard this. He shrieked and bent over and said “no, no, no!” “ What’s the matter,” I asked. “Don’t ever talk about your dying,” he answered. “Don’t ever think about it.”

I think about death all the time. I rehearse my death. I think that’s a healthy thing to do. Death, after all, is what gives life meaning the way noise gives meaning to silence. Ooooh, I thought to myself, Michael will have a hard time of it as he ages. He will spend all his energy trying to flee what is inevitable. And now it’s happened. I like the fact that it was quick. Massive heart attacks that you don’t recover from are quick. You don’t know what hit you. That’s probably the kindest death for Michael. It’s hard to imagine him being happy as he aged. One more demon to try and evade. I like to think he’s happy now, free of his demons. Free and floating and knowing how his art continues to be revered and celebrated by all of us all over the world. It will continue.”

Source: janefonda.com