Thursday, May 28, 2009
Wednesday, May 27, 2009
I just dont get the whole Hilton thing, she's what my Mum would call
"Gee bag "..hi-five mammy!
So now it's " Paris Hilton's Cannes documentary"
Were you wondering what Paris Hilton was doing at the Cannes Film Festival? (Other than creating the ubiquitous staged shots of her looking hot on the beach, of course). Yep, us too. After all, the socialite's hardly known for her on-screen talent - unless you count that sex tape, and quite frankly, let's not. So how surprised were we to stumble across this – a trailer of Paris, Not France, a fly-on-the-wall documentary that follows the heiress around. In it are price gems such as ‘People might see me as Barbie... well, whatever' and revelations that as a child Paris hoped to grow up to be seen in a similar light as Princess Diana. We're not kidding. So take five and sit back and enjoy this trailer. It's not quite as good as actually being on the Côte D'Azur but it does provide three minutes of must-see fun... te he he he omg ...puke:)
Do you give a toss ??
You should !
In my opinion it's time to out the fools who got us into this shit, well at least
it would get the ball rolling on a new goverment.
Corks G.M.C. feels so strong about it he wrote a song ..clicky click below...
And here is Fine Gael's hot chop Emma Kiernan, as pictured on the F.G. site
Here she is again...
You really need to be careful where you post those drunken facebook pictures when your running for local election... dont you Emma :)
Kind of reminds me of other embarressing drunken pictures that have surfaced.
Forward pass there Ronan !!
Watching B.G.T. last night and it was round 2 of the " human sax " player.
Funniest thing ever on the show, have a look and come back to this page.
Kayode Oresanya, originally from Nigeria, discovered his “gift” in 1997 after he asked a University friend for Saxophone lessons.
His friend never got round to giving Kayode any lessons, so he started playing an imaginary sax instead. He would hear a sound and then try to mimic it, four months later he had practiced so much that he had become self proclaimed “The Living Sax”.
This man has been doing the " human band " for years.. play the amazing Bobby McFerrin Game , got this mailed to the show this morning !
"KC and Lenny
Heard your bit this morning on the “Human Sax” from Britain’s Got Talent.
Haven’t they heard of Bobby McFerrin? Listen to this track – no instruments used other than his voice.
Cheers Marie :)
Pretty cool eh ?????
Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Now ... I could be wrong!!
Monday, May 25, 2009
Friday, May 22, 2009
As you may be aware on the Red Rooster we kicked off the “The Red Rooster fit factor challenge “ 12 weeks ago.
Thousands of people applied to take part.
“Key to New You “in Glanworth took charge of 10 listeners and put them on an intensive 12 week course of diet and exercise.
Each contestant was also handed a pair of M.B.T. shoes to assist the challenge.
The results are in.
In total, our 10 listeners lost 20 stone of pure body fat between them, pretty amazing.
The 2 biggest individual “losers “are pictured below.
Garda Brian Murphy has lost 5.5 stone of body fat... LEGEND !
Lisa Healy has lost 4 stone of body fat. ... UNREAL !
Want to do the same ??? go here ..you wont regret it http://www.k2ny.net/about.php
Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Sunday, May 17, 2009
Fr Fool dances with the passing car's, it's want god would have wanted !
And last night ....he turns up on B.G.T.
They won't allow this video to embed on blogs so copy this link for a gawk
Saturday, May 16, 2009
"I can only imagine the distress this situation must have caused the family of the deceased, to be told their loved one had died and then to have that contradicted just a short while later," medical superintendent Peter McKenna said in a statement.
He said a doctor had issued the death certificate "dependent on the absence of a number of key life signs."
Afterward, nurses noted Ring's signs of life and phoned her family with the news.
Could have been a Hitchcock movie ..
Friday, May 15, 2009
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
LOS ANGELES, CA – The internet has been abuzz since this Sunday’s Golden Globes ceremony, where Megan Fox jokingly remarked that she looked like a man.
When interviewed on the red carpet, she said “I look like Alan Alda in drag. I’m a tranny. I’m a man.”
At the time, reporters passed it off as a jovial attempt to cover for her nerves.
However, today she has cleared the air and officially reported: she’s really a man.
Megan Fox was born Mitchell Reed Fox in Rockwood, Tennessee. From an early age, Mitchell showed an interest in both performing and women’s clothing. When having a preacher lay hands on him did not ‘cure’ him of these interests, his parents simply put him on the pageant circuit.
By the age of 13, Mitchell had already started a career as a female child performer called ‘Megan Fox’. Making her debut on an Olsen Twins straight-to-video release, the twins have kept his secret all this time.
As a sweet 16 present, Fox’s parents offered him sexual reassignment surgery, which, given their child’s career, they’d hoped to write off as a business expense. Unfortunately laws prohibit such surgery to be done to minors.
Since then Megan has been working non-stop, and been included on many Hottest Women lists in publications around the world.
Megan, as she goes by now exclusively, also noted this Sunday how much she wants Salma Hayek’s figure. She has even scheduled surgery later this month to get it. After the two met in New York this week, Hayek offered to have a cast made of her bust so doctors can match them exactly on Megan Fox’s chest.
The internet is already speculating whether this news will be worked into the plot of the upcoming Transformers sequel.
This is hardcore!
A New York exhibit centered around the life of John Lennon will feature a paper bag filled with the late singer's bloody clothes from the day of his death.
The exhibit also includes handwritten lyrics, guitars, the piano from his apartment, a pair of "his trademark wire-rimmed glasses," and letters recounting his battle against deportation in the 70s.
Widow Yoko Ono, who said she feared "criticism" for the exhibit, also said, "I know it's a kind of a sad and very poignant kind of paradox, I think, that he loved this place so much and this where he was killed."