Christina hendricks who is she dating
The only things that will get a married man laid that won’t get a single man laid are adultery and whores. Everything still works in marriage: especially intelligence and humor.
Fans of AMC’s “Mad Men” are already head over heels for redheaded firecracker Christina Hendricks, who plays saucy head secretary Joan Holloway on the popular series, and now it appears the folks at Esquire magazine are flipping for Christina too.
A car arrives for her each day at 6am and she spends 12 or 13 hours strapped to a huge fake belly, waddling about the set or sitting as pregnant women do, one hand on her back. “It’s awful being eight months pregnant,” she says.
The only time she can meet is at night after one of these marathon pregnancy sessions, and she suggests a bar near her apartment in Hell’s Kitchen.
But with that said, M*A*S*H figured how to stretch the Korean War for more than a decade, so stay tuned!
I’m breaking a lot of my own rules by writing this post as we try to steer away from “hot chicks for hot chicks’ sake” galleries here unless they’re wearing Pikachu or Chun Li costumes or something, but I have to make an exception for Christina Hendricks. I’m hoping Maxim or Stuff or FHM will read this, and stop calling Heidi Montag and do shoots of a REAL woman like Hendricks, who is destroying notions of ideal body types with her logic-defying curves.
I also wrote this post because unlike the legions of supermodels and actresses out there who have done dozens of photoshoots over their careers, Hendricks has done relatively few, and therefore there ain’t a whole lot of professional pictures that exist of her outside of three or so magazines and a few awards ceremonies, and I wanted to put the best ones all in one place for your viewing pleasure. My work has appeared on TVOvermind, IGN, and most importantly, a segment on The Colbert Report at one point.
Also, she needs more movie and TV roles outside of Mad Men.
'And then when I say, "Actually I don’t think we’re going to do that," people will say, "Oh, you say that now..." It doesn’t bother me, though.
"Ryan was incredibly collaborative and involved me far before we ever got to set," she said.