What nobody talks about, when they talk about Marilyn Monroe

Thoughts for a Sunday MorningWhat nobody talks about, when they talk about Marilyn Monroe.

“She always wanted to be photographed while reading, because that’s what she loved doing most. She had a library of over 400 books.”

Let’s just take a moment to respect the ultimate combination that is both beauty and brains. Rest in peace, Ms. Monroe.

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2 thoughts on “What nobody talks about, when they talk about Marilyn Monroe

  1. Never knew that, probably because they always wanted to use her as a sex symbol and nothing else.

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