Tuesday, May 3, 2011

...I Remember When You Learned About Love In the Back of a Chevrolet...

Doing a little ode to ...Love Maegan with the song lyric title there.Three totally random things...
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1. Colin Farrell is HAWT. Saw an old movie this weekend (A Home At the End of the World), which first of all, was SAD, and secondly, just reiterates how HAWT Colin Farrel is. Don't take my word for it though.

I know he often looks like he needs a good scrub-down, but I can't help it, I like a dirty Irishman. Note to self - coin and trademark new drink "The Dirty Irishman"...
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2. Night Ranger ROCKS. Heard this song this weekend, which make me totally nostalgic for high school:



...which in turn makes me think about THIS Night Ranger song, which ALSO rocks...




3. You just do not get enough "back and forth guitar shredding pendulum" (as evidenced by minute 2:00 in the first video above). You ALSO do not get enough "grown man with permed mullet" these days. Sads. The 80s were nothing if not a resplendent time for hair. 
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Merci!
Shannan

5 comments:

Carly said...

TOTALLY get it...he is HOT..I am married to an Irishman- I will leave out the dirty part...at least for this post.
Thanks for sharing this steamy intense photo...lol
C

Brassy said...
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Brassy said...

He's a might too petite for my taste, I run more to the Gerard Butlers of the UK. And as long as you're scrubbing Farrell down, be sure to rinse of his gnarly emotional baggage as well. My sense has always been he's about as stable as Kim Richard's and Kelly Benisom's Ramotional love child. But head shot to head shot, he hold's up nicely. Filthy mongrel.

MerciBlahBlah said...

Carly, I feel you girl - I'm married to my own dirty Irishman too. They're keepers, the lot of them.

Brassy - I always go for the little guy, but can appreciate Mr. Butler now and then. Howevs, my taste in Scots is more of the Ewan McHottie variety.

There's just something about a man with an accent, isn't there?
Shan

Paula said...

Woo hoo for the dirty Irishman! no need to clean him up - I'll take him as is.