Oh the bliss. I just spilled a cup of coffee all over myself.I was really worried that you would show him feeding at a large, naked, tit. Instead, you went for the bare bottom option.What do we call it? Daithikins? Daithnoccio?Seriously, I am so eternally grateful. I now have a goal to work towards. You are marvellous. Thank you again.
Daithi O Diddy? I'd have never gone with that kind of thing. I'm one of those neutered men you read about in Womens Own. You could bend a bright-eyed buxom 16 year old right over in front of me and I wouldn't even blink. I became the way I am after I read a book. That book was the RTEGuide.I'm not very good with naming things, I'd end up calling him "Dah" or something stupid.And, you're very welcome :)
Ah, the RTE guide, the first step to cougar porn addiction.
Cougar porn... is that porn for cougars or porn for young men fantasising about MILFs coming after them? Perhaps it's quite literal and is some form of bizarre furry bestial porn.The internet is no match for the mind expanse garnered by reading the RTE Guide just once.
It's all part of the RTE/Sindo conspiracy to make menopause a sine qua non of sexual attractiveness in a woman. Forget about Miriam O'Callaghan, even the young wans on Fair City and the Sindo mag are made up to look 50. Anyone who looks less than that just doesn't stand a chance any more. Look at that poor wee girl who was dumped for Iris Robinson.I thought that, like Playboy, people just pretended to buy the RTE Guide for the articles. Obviously, I was wrong.I guess cougars could possibly be consumers of porn as well as participants in its making. Maybe Daithi has cougar appeal? I wouldn't know. Ask me again in a few years.
I still find it difficult to understand that phenomenon of women wanting to make themselves look older. I can appreciate teenagers doing it, to gain "access all areas" but even that I think is a bit silly. You're only a luscious teenager for a short period of your life. No point trying to relive it when your 40 where everyones embarrassed to be seen around you.I find awful dresses, atrocious hairstyles, and ridiculous oversized accessories to be the worst offenders in this grand upscaling of womens chronologies. I think makeup escapes because of it's natural synergy with the relative age of the facial tissues. For some reason the notion of Daithi being Cougar Fodder has sparked an image in my mind: Daithi in full Third Reich SS regalia. What do you think... "Herr Ó Sé": in oder aus?
I don't think these kids want to look older as such, just more sophisticated. Every teenage girl secretly aspires to be a femme fatale whereas every cougar dreams of being an ingenue again.I think you're being way too generous in relation to makeup, layers of heavy oompa-loompa makeup have an instant ageing effect even on young fresh unwrinkled skin. You'd probably have to be a makeup wearer yourself to appreciate this, though. This is where we need someone like Daithi to contribute.The thought of Daithi in uniform is nearly too much for me to bear. Perhaps also a picture in one of the off-duty leather shorts outfits worn by discerning Nazis for leisure activities like visiting Lebensborn homes and so forth.
Triumph des Willies?
Obviously, if the makeup gets to a stage where the skin underneath can no longer be seen, the effect generated is the same as an older lady attempting to fill in the potholes and age-fjords on her face. This is separate to makeup though. I would call this face plastering technique: "makeup".Yes, Daithi would be well suited to a Lebensborn. He would be well used to it after working in RTE [Daithi in RTE Lebensborn pic]
The picture of Daithi and his daughters is lovely.Daithi's weight loss/general rejuvenation between Rose of Tralee and the Daily Show (noted by me in a conversation with him on BMD's site) has now been publicly recognised by Brendan O'Connor in the Sindo.I wonder did he follow the same regime as Miriam O'Callaghan post-baby?
I was under the impression that Miriam O'Callaghan ate her baby as soon as it popped out of her. The story I heard explained that the child she's claiming to be her own is actually a Vietnamese orphan RTÉ chiefs bought, to cover up the scandal of her infant-cannibalism tendencies. Of course this could just be a vicious rumor started by Colette Fitzpatrick over at TV3, who may have originally only wanted to insinuate that Miriam got Rachel Allen to cook her placenta into an omlette for her to snack on, but then things got out of hand when the red mist came down out of her. But you know what they say, where there's smoke there's fire, or in this case: where there's a placenta there's a fetus.
I miss Dáithí's bleached blonde years, on Cleamhnas. Circa 2002.