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Who's Hotter? : 19 Minutes

So I am currently reading the novel “19 Minutes” by Jodi Picoult.
It is a rather straightforward look into the life of a school shooter and the girl the school shooter wanted to pop. (Double Entendre)

In the novel, the jock “dudes” raise the question.
QATFYG:
Who is hotter?
Elisha Cuthbert

or Shannon Elizabeth?

They don't get much farther than. "I wouldn't throw either one a' dem outta bed."

What’s the real answer?

Elisha Cuthbert was the literal “Girl Next Door.” She has those supermodel eyes that are just captivating. Elisha also capitalizes on the blonde look rather-well, and by that I mean, she often really has an angelic look. She looks better in white than a lot of other blondes.

Shannon Elizabeth has more inviting features. Both of them can achieve seduction with ease and as desired, but there is a quality with Shannon Elizabeth that does not show off so much glam, but instead, just shows the female form.

On the other hand, Elisha Cuthbert has the look like she is going to rock your world. She puts off a moment of ecstasy like you are in for the ride of your life.



Verdict:
Shannon Elizabeth is hotter,

but really only if you are looking at her prime years. She was gorgeous going back to “Thirteen Ghosts,” and especially playing Nadia in “American Pie.” However, I feel that if either one of them is going to jumpstart a long term future of hotness, it would be Elisha Cuthbert.

PS:
Elisha Cuthbert screwed Emile Hirsch in a Limousine.
Shannon Elizabeth screwed Ashton Kutcher standing up in the bathroom at a Molly Hatchet Concert.
Crazy Writers in this World.

Comments

  1. I'd go with Elisha actually, but she's more my type.

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  2. What sold me more on Shannon was the eyes?
    Comfort. Sensuality. And of course hidden dreams of lust.

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  3. There wasn't supposed to be a "?" In that comment.

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  4. what sold me were* the eyes? (indecisive)

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  5. shannon elizabeth is Disgustor to me. tall chicks freak me out.

    TEAM ELISHA

    TEAM BLONDES WITH SIDESWEPT BANGS

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