Keanu Reeves scrubs up in elegant black suit as he promotes his action movie 47 Ronin in Germany

Jan 19, 2014 Full story: Daily Mail 43

Despite critical state-side reviews of his new movie, 47 Ronin, actor Keanu Reeves looked slick and confident in a black suit as he traveled to Munich Friday, a week before the samurai-type flick opens in German theatres.

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“Life is just too short”

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#1 Jan 20, 2014
Olala!;-)
Suzanne

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#2 Jan 20, 2014
He does clean up nicely:)

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#3 Jan 21, 2014
I like the scruffy side! This is the most comfortable one in many occasions.
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#4 Jan 21, 2014
MiniMiniMe wrote:
I like the scruffy side! This is the most comfortable one in many occasions.


(Definition of Scruffy - Unkept, Untidy, Shabby) The longer hair with the beard and mustache doesn't fit the definition of scruffy.

I would call it the comfortable side or the comfort zone - the state of physical and mental comfort - the state of being in control and at ease with one's self. And that get's an A++.

The hair could go either way but without the beard and mustache he has been rocket launched out of the comfort zone and is lost in space trying to find his way back.

He should keep the beard and mustache look. It's the perfect wine in the glass. And who wants a glass with no wine?

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#5 Jan 21, 2014
This Moment wrote:
<quoted tex>He should keep the beard and mustache look. It's the perfect wine in the glass. And who wants a glass with no wine?
I second that! About wine: time for a glass red wine!:-)
Who says

Grand Prairie, TX

#6 Jan 23, 2014
This Moment wrote:
<quoted text>
(Definition of Scruffy - Unkept, Untidy, Shabby) The longer hair with the beard and mustache doesn't fit the definition of scruffy.
I would call it the comfortable side or the comfort zone - the state of physical and mental comfort - the state of being in control and at ease with one's self. And that get's an A++.
The hair could go either way but without the beard and mustache he has been rocket launched out of the comfort zone and is lost in space trying to find his way back.
He should keep the beard and mustache look. It's the perfect wine in the glass. And who wants a glass with no wine?
Have you never felt a mans beard before? It feels scruffy! So the definition does fit to a "T" is the beard trimmed or well kept?? Usually NO! Speaking of lost in space what planet are you from? What are you a walking Webster?
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#7 Jan 23, 2014
Why is it that those who think they are superior seem to miss the truth entirely? One brain talking to another brain and no two will ever see the same. Label and judge all day long in the end we are all the same. Simple it's so dang simple.. Why can't people just be kind?

Speaking of a wine glass empty..why not? It's ready to be filled... Not full of throw back knowledge.

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#8 Jan 24, 2014
THE OWL POST - PINOTAGE VINTAGE 20111 - NEETHILINGSHOF
This Moment

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#9 Jan 24, 2014
Who says wrote:
Why is it that those who think they are superior seem to miss the truth entirely? One brain talking to another brain and no two will ever see the same. Label and judge all day long in the end we are all the same. Simple it's so dang simple.. Why can't people just be kind?
Speaking of a wine glass empty..why not? It's ready to be filled... Not full of throw back knowledge.
I do not think I am superior. My comments were not made to label or judge anyone in any way. I don't feel that I was unkind in any way. I was simply saying he looks better with a beard and mustache then without. And just because a beard and mustache is rough doesn't mean it is scruffy. At least I have a brain. So what planet are you from?
This Moment

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#10 Jan 24, 2014
MiniMiniMe wrote:
THE OWL POST - PINOTAGE VINTAGE 20111 - NEETHILINGSHOF
Is it true that Pinotage Vintage is not available in the U.S.?

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#11 Jan 24, 2014
This Moment wrote:
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Is it true that Pinotage Vintage is not available in the U.S.?
I get them from a friend of mine. Luv it.
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#12 Jan 24, 2014
This Moment wrote:
<quoted text>
I do not think I am superior. My comments were not made to label or judge anyone in any way. I don't feel that I was unkind in any way. I was simply saying he looks better with a beard and mustache then without. And just because a beard and mustache is rough doesn't mean it is scruffy. At least I have a brain. So what planet are you from?
.
Posting a definition implies you need to correct or imply correction. A definition has words that could be defined and on and on the process goes.... Lost in the infinite perception of meaning.
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#13 Jan 24, 2014
MiniMiniMe wrote:
THE OWL POST - PINOTAGE VINTAGE 20111 - NEETHILINGSHOF
.

Whatever it is, I could use a glass! Cheers to Friday!

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#14 Jan 24, 2014
Just try it if you have a chance to do so.
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#15 Jan 24, 2014
MiniMiniMe wrote:
<quoted text> I get them from a friend of mine. Luv it.
Lucky You! Have a drink for me.
Suzanne

Hightstown, NJ

#16 Jan 24, 2014
I could use a drink and several other things:) Singin' " bare necessities.., the simple bare necessities of life!"

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#17 Jan 25, 2014
This Moment wrote:
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Lucky You! Have a drink for me.
I had two and enjoyed the evening. You were my virtual guest:-)
VYelena

Belgium

#18 Jan 25, 2014
Just got a half of Chilean Pirca Cabernet Sauvignon. Waw! I'm departing for a long and pretty journey ;))

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#19 Jan 26, 2014
Try Muratie - Stellenbosch - Shiraz 2009
Dr Keanusbeard

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#20 Jan 27, 2014
Who says wrote:
<quoted text>.
Posting a definition implies you need to correct or imply correction. A definition has words that could be defined and on and on the process goes.... Lost in the infinite perception of meaning.
Whoever you are,*please* don't go...this place could use a good brain ( Yel is part-time - very )

:)))

Ps Not too mad about beards (the handle is just a joke I can't be bothered changing ) but I do think they're useful for disguising sagging jowls/turkey-necks/weak chins . So while he's happy with his jaw-line - might as well 'flaunt' it, don't you think?

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