As a sometimes biologist, this kind of behavior doesn't bother me at all. Besides fellow primates, few animals have hands to bring food back to weaning infants. Wolves and other canids actually eat the food, partially digest it and vomit it back up for the pups. Yum. She can chew my food anytime...
Anyway, what red blooded American male wouldn't want to swap spit with Alicia?
She was born in San Fran '76 (9 years after the infamous "Summer of Love") to a Scottish stewardess mother, Diedre, and a Jewish actor/realtor, Monty. She began modelling at 6, advertised for Dominoes Pizza (nice topping!), and had a one episode part in the TV show "Wonder Years" as a dream girl in 1992. In 1993 she starred in "The Crush", as appropriately enough, a teenage girl out to ruin an older man. She won 2 MTV movie awards for the role; Best Villain and Best Breakthrough Performance.
What probably brought her the most fame early on was her casting as "The Girl" in several Aerosmith videos, including "Crazy":
Since Crush, she has starred in 20 films, including Clueless (1995), The Babysitter (1995), Batman and Robin (1997), Scooby Doo 2 (2004), Tropic Thunder (2008) and Vamps (2011); not a bad output. She has had numerous TV appearances and won a passel of awards, including MTVs "Most Desirable Female" for Clueless.
Enough. More pictures below:
The DaleyGator has the first link with DaleyBabe Melanie Tilbrook and Misaki Nito and a Rule5 Link-a-Round. While you wait for this weeks "Sorta Blogless Sunday Pinup" go check out William Teach's "If all you see..." at Pirates Cove. The Reaganite Republican is featuring Miss Estonia 2011, Madli Vilstar. Ted at A Man, A Dog and A Gun has Sasha Alexander (Rizzoli and Isles, NCIS) as Weekend Woman #40. Maggie at Maggie's Notebook is showcasing Cameron Diaz this week. The Classical Liberal links this in his enormous Rule 5 list 3's and 7's & Rule 5. And, finally, at long last, the Rule 5 Thursday round up by Wombat-Socho at the Other McCain.