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8 hours ago, Stephen Hawking said:

Any chance you could post a screen grab of the shirt, or describe it?

Sooo beautiful. :maninlove: 

the video is probably still on her facebook page, it was a loose v neck tshirt lol. she needed to not lean into the camera wearing it, as she later found out

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1 hour ago, April said:

I'm so digging all the cute birthday wishes from the cast to each other!! Adorable cuties, all of them!! <3

Yes it´s too cute. I just wonder why Johnny and Kunal don´t give their birthday wishes to her and Simon.  Just wondering, because all of the rest of the cast did.

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From Glamour: http://www.glamour.com/story/mayim-bialik-book-cover-big-bang-theory?mbid=social_twitter_referral

Exclusive: Mayim Bialik Reveals Her New Book Cover, Talks Life on The Big Bang Theory

Many millennials today will tell you that it's cool not to be cool; to be fully yourself, to be different than the crowd. But for those growing up as part of Generation X or Generation Y, embracing your authentic self wasn't so easy. Not fitting in with the crowd could lead to years of teasing, bullying, and life-long self-acceptance issues. For Emmy-nominated actress, Mayim Bialik, she had the unique perspective of feeling like the ultimate outsider ("I was an unusual teenager," she tells Glamour) while also being the star of the popular NBC '90s sitcom, Blossom.

"I was an anxious kid, an anxious teenager, and [even now] an anxious adult. That kind of pressure...there are a lot of reasons [why] you can feel those things," the star of CBS' The Big Bang Theory says. For fans of the actress, reading such revealing quotes comes as no surprise. As founder of GrokNation.com, Bialik has been lifting the veil on life in Hollywood and her role as a single parent in her refreshingly honest columns for the past two years. Now, she's going even deeper with her new book, Girling Up: How to Be Strong, Smart, and Spectacular, which is scheduled for release in May 2017.



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My question here is for Stephen since he's the resident expert on all things Mayim in the forum: is it just me or does Mayim look even better when she has no make up on? I've found myself leaning that way since I believe that make up detracts rather than enhance her natural beauty.

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