Oul fellas show libido is ageless
Published 06/02/2012 | 06:00
THEY say you're only as young as you feel and, last week, men who could be dismissed as oul fellas were proof of this. Dismiss them at your peril -- the young may always believe that their generation invented sex, but these lads aren't buying it.
Last Sunday, after his horse proved a winner, horse trainer Peter Carey, told RTE's Tracy Piggott that he wasn't just pleased with the victory, but the fact that he was going to "have f***ing sex tonight and everything". His wife, on RTE Radio the following morning, was unbothered by his outburst, reassuring listeners that she was used to him and his carry-on. Long used to it, and no sign of it fading, it seems.
Meanwhile, in movie-star land, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were nuzzling and nibbling each other on the Golden Globes red carpet like a pair of teenagers. Who knew that was allowed after a certain point? When the father-of-six Pitt was a fledgling heart-throb, there was a time limit to that lark and once a man settled down and got a grown-up life, the babe- magnet baton was passed to a younger buck. But then, if the mammy of the same six kids can have a body full of tattoos, then it could be that no usual standards apply. Tattoos and kissing with tongues? Kids' stuff, once upon a time.
But if David Beckham, at almost 37, can be voted "Sexiest Man on the Planet" by the readers of Heat magazine, who aren't exactly a mature demographic, then, hell, there's hope that all of us can
convince others that age is just a number compared with how young we feel. Of course, the actually young might disagree, but I doubt they'd argue in person with any of our gamey oul fellas.
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