I have to admit, the images of Amanda Seyfried are pretty, as are all images of the women who live in an alternative -often luxurious-dimension (aka celebrities), that Esquire Magazine loves, but the below quote is a nauseatingly over the top:
When she was eighteen, her eyes conveyed innocence, at once Mormonic and comically moronic. When she’s thirty-two, she’ll use them to lay a man down. Right now, it’s a measure of worry, a measure of wonder. Her eyes demand an adjective, beg for a simile. Her eyes are winsome, like two parachutes.
Images: Kayt Jones for Esquire