Mary O'Rourke was all of us when George Hook's TMI declaration.
Both were part of a panel discussion on ageism, joined by Rita Ann Higgins, where they discussed everything from grief and loneliness to the importance of maintaining physical and mental wellness.
Hook took the opportunity to share with the nation that he can no longer "get it up", but said he was happy to sacrifice that aspect of his physicality if it meant he would maintain his mind.
"All my friends who died were gym rats, marathon runners and they didn't eat Bounty bars and everything else. When you reach a certain age and you're a man, because I can't talk for women, there are only two muscles that can't - one below your waist and one above your neck," he said.
"Now I can't get it up anymore so that's gone. Right?"
After the initial shock in the audience, he delivered some sage advice on the importance of brain exercises whether it's crossword puzzles or memory tests of athletics stats and telephone numbers.
"But the only thing you have to worry about is your mind because I can cope with being a wheelchair, but what I can't cope with is not remembering my name. That's why every single day, I practice," he explained.
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When artist Katarzyna Gajewska was pregnant with her son, Antoni, her first child, she was living in Dublin, married to an Irishman, but decided she wanted to go home to Warsaw for the birth and have an elective Caesarean in a private clinic there. "Because it was my first pregnancy, and I felt paranoid and worried," she says when I ask why. "But everyone said 'why? You're young, healthy, you don't need to do this'. Eventually I stepped back; I softened, I thought, 'OK, the hospital here is good...' But I had a feeling something would happen. Now, I try to follow my intuition."