A Suppa Earl Gae
Morning folks! Happy weekend, in Dublin the sun is shining and its looking like its going to be a glorious day! Thank god the wind from the last few days has abated, I felt sure I saw
Dorothy’s house fly past at one stage.
Lets start with some good celeb news, spoilers ahead folks if you’re a fan of the two lovely ladies on Grey’s Anatomy, consider yourself forewarned!
Staying with another fav lesbian couple here at Gaelick HQ, the news is not so good with another person entering the mix. The couple are featured in the latest issue of Diva, they are featured. The Daily Fail was delighted to announce:
Rather appropriately, the teenage actresses have posed in a titillating shoot for lesbian magazine Diva, which sees them sharing a romantic bath together.
Seriously, Fail, “titillating”? God bless your cottons.
Aw, congrats to Helene Faasen and Anne-Marie Thus celebrate their tenth anniversary tomorrow:
On April 11, 2001, The Netherlands was the first country in the world to legalise same-sex marriage. Helene and Anne-Marie were one of four same-sex couples who tied the knot at the stroke of midnight by the Mayor of Amsterdam.
Mary Byrne apparently shocked everyone by announcing during the week:
She told New magazine, “A long time ago, in my early 20s, I had a fleeting relationship with a woman. It was just a one-off thing. I’d just come out of a bad relationship with a man and someone was there.”
Prepare yourself to be shocked some more, I’m about to reveal the results of a study. Whew, I felt faint there for a second, having control over sharing this information makes me feel weak
The study, which was conducted by a British funeral business, found that on average, men start to feel old at age 58. Unfortunately, women start to feel older far earlier — around age 29. Which is more than a little depressing.
I don’t want to be morbid but if you’re going to assess someone who’s in your funeral parlour picking out a coffin, they are probably not feeling on top of the world and would be a tad negative? Just a thought.
Even poor Gandhi isn’t safe from us ‘moes and our agenda.
Thankfully I didn’t see this ‘story’ yesterday, I would have fallen for it. Seriously, gullible.com is moi!
Sigourney Weaver, you are a goddess. That’s all I have to say on the matter.
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