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stagewomanjen

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  1. EEEEWWW!OMG! Rod Stewart! He makes me wanna puke! :blink: And comparing him to Gerry our sex god? I am starting to get physically queasy! I can't even THINK about it! Rod Stewart.....holy moly....although Gerry singing Rod's "If Ya Want My Body" song DOES have it's perks! :sexy: :good: (Woah...flashback to So I Married An Axe Murderer....that song with a Scottish accent.... :blink: thanks SO much Mike Meyers....) And Sarah.....yeah, Dr. Em DOES know how to say it! I think we'd all have to get replacement panties if Gerry sang! Maybe we could take up a collection and book him as a singing talent for our Vegas convention? Then you'd HAVE to come.....(from Australia, that is....mind out of the gutter mod-perv! Oh, never mind...we love you for that!)
  2. OHHHHH!OK! Gotcha! Well, here in Ohio, we call that just "The Chicken Dance" (DAMN! Now that annoying polka music is stuck in my head...Da na na na na na NA!), not the funky chicken...thought I was missing something....new dance of the poultry sort.... And yeah, we do it at weddings too, along with the Bunny Hop.
  3. Ya know, I was thinkin' the same thing....Happily enough, I have a fairly good idea that the man would put out even without payment.....we all know he's a horn-dog! Woohoo for us GALS! :mm:
  4. Oh girls! I am SO bummed! I went to bed early last night after rehearsal, and I come to gb.net today to check up, and we're friggin cancelled! WTF! :huh: I dunno. I guess I'm just a little disillusioned. I am depressed about it, because I was proud to be part of the most fabulous group of gb.net, but also I was on the main site itself a lot. Not that I'll give it up altogether, I'll stay around there too, but having GALS there definitely made me check it more often. I am excited to be here with you girls (I love you ALL!), but I'm sorta disappointed that T shut us down. Not that it didn't make sense and it wasn't in the works, but still, it hurts, man! Well, to get back on track....Dr. Em....what exactly IS the funky chicken? Can we get a visual? :blink: Bethy! Good to see ya back woman! And much love to all my other GALS sisters!
  5. NOT ANYMORE!Whoops...sorry to let the cat out of the bag, Ger, I know I said I wouldn't say anything yet....but they're GALS, afterall! P.S.....I'll send a replacement for the case of 1000 we went through last week.....Magnums, right?
  6. Yeah Swan, I guess you're right...Even if you aren't his soul-mate, being friends with Gerry would be friggin BLAST! And if he kept in touch...yeah....probably worth it. Although.....I don't know about anyone else, but I have a tendency not to keep up with my exes (boyfriends).......
  7. OMG! I LOVE him singing. The idea of us doing kareoke (did I spell that right?) is fabulous too! And I heard somewhere that he was singing "Come on baby, light my fire". What I wouldn't give to help him out there.... What a hot song! I know he's probably not going to sing again, but it would be SO incredible. Time to go kick some critic-butts for bringing our Ger down! Grrrrr!
  8. My symptoms: 1. Loss of manners (ignoring people) when he's on 2. Smiling like a GOON at my computer/TV without realizing it when I see him 3. Involuntarily smiling whenever I hear him talking 4. Full-on Gerrygasm(s) when he's making out with other chics onscreen (also INTENSE jealousy of actresses) 5. Heavy, fast breathing 6. Eyes fog over 7. Flushed face/body (#5-7 when reading fan fic too!) 8. Staring constantly so I can catch every adorable/sexy mouth/face/body movement that he does in an interview...memorizing his mannerisms 9. Singing at the top of my lungs in my car (drawing weird stares) with POTO soundtrack...and LOVING the little breathy pauses and growls in his voice 10. Acting like a twelve year old (jumping, giggling, acting love-struck) when I get a new Gerry movie/interview 11. Smiling and going ON and ON when someone new talks about him or asks a question about him (they ASKED for it!) More later... And yeah, I'm with Sporran...not that I need a cure...but why do ya gotta be so HOT? I'm going to spontaneously combust over here....even the pics of you that other women would consider decidedly NOT hot turn me on! Gees! (Ok, so maybe that's more my fault than yours...but still! (Unless you'd like to help with my combustion, in which case, I suggest we get right ON that...can I suggest the two stick method? I'll be one.....) Good GOD I'm a dirty Tart! Can't get that stuff outta my head now....I'd say that I wasn't like this before....but that'd be a lie...I just wasn't this BAD before....and plus I didn't LIKE it...... Oh well! Keep it up Ger! I'll just have to "suffer baby, suffer!" like the camel......oh the mental pictures THAT creates......
  9. Man... I guess a thousand could be arranged...hell, he's worth another couple of weeks of work.... :good: But in all reality, I seriously doubt that there would be much chance of any real relationship after paying that kinda money just for a date with him. I mean, sure, I'm hot and charming and all (yeah, right), but wouldn't it make you feel a little weird? :blink: Now, I don't need HIM to ask me, I'm gutsy enough to ask him (and should I ever meet him, I am absolutely GOING TO!). And I wouldn't mind paying for dinner, even. But I'd want him to be with me because he was interested. I'd have to think long and hard about the above opportunity, because it would break my heart to know for sure that it was only one night...that would mess with my head. On the other hand...it'd be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity....not something to pass up. I guess I'd still go for it, but I'd be seriously bummed on the ride home!
  10. Candy - HELL yeah! We will absolutely hang out! And if I ever DO make it into acting, and do meet Gerry, I'm going to have to beg him (as professionally and sexily (<~ is that a word?) as possible) to also act in a scene with Bethy. I mean, if any of us make it, we should give each other a call! Hello....EVERY movie needs extras! But anyway, yeah...I hear ya! And anybody that wants to be my personal assistant, accountant, or just part of my "posse"...because everybody needs one sometimes (even Gerry...what I wouldn't give to be a part of HIS posse)....you GALS are on the top of the list! Jen
  11. Mkay... Had a brainstorm day while bored at work the other day... Here's what I came up with: T shirt #1: Front: camel pic Back: Either "We heard Gerry once smoked a camel" or "One hump or two?" T shirt #2: Front: "GALS - The only disease you LOVE having!" T shirt #3: Front: GALS Tarts (heart graphic) Gerry Back: "Because he's....(small type) Intelligent, Eloquent, Passionate, Generous, Kind, Witty, Silly, Charming, Intense, Fidgety, Cute, Crazy, Human, Imperfect, Thoughtful, Sensitive, Fond of his Tarts, etc. (big type....like in the back ground of all the writing) "HOT". T shirt #4 (In homage to Bethy): Front: "GALS: Kinks or Vanilla?" Back: "Nah, we'll have BOTH!" T shirt #5: Front:"Billy's MY Idol!" Back:"The kilted man touches his sword at 3a.m." T shirt #6: Front:List of all GALS symptoms Back: "With symptoms like that, who NEEDS a cure?" T shirt #7(More Bethy homage): Front: Mop-boy graphic Back: description of each mop-boy T shirt #8: Front: Got GALS? Back: "GALS notes to self: 1. Do NOT molest Gerry...do NOT molest Gerry...." "2. Restraining orders are not evidence that Gerry knows your name..." "3. Gerry does not drive all black BMWs and silver Audis" "4. Jo Malone and Burberry Brit are hot.....unfortunately not all males agree...." "5. Occasionally there will be women who do not recognize the fact that Gerry is the hottest man in the universe....what IS their problem?" and the list should continue...I just can't think of any more right now.... And T shirt #9: Front:"Sir William Wallace Johnson Jamie Big Mac Butler O'Toole" Back: "Free Billy!" Love everybody! Jen
  12. TOTALLY understand!Ok, so like a few of you, I'm a bit younger than Gerry. Old enough (I think) to be date-able, but that's personal preference. So I don't have to deal with the same things that you ladies with husbands and kids or divorces have to deal with, but still... I have had boyfriends, and I have some great male friends, it's just that I'm very picky. If they don't have the passion, the kind, wonderful soul that I find SO attractive in Gerry, then I'm just not in. I can deal with not being as hot (because otherwise dating would be IMPOSSIBLE), but I won't settle for just anyone. (And goodness knows I hope they're thinking the same thing). Anyway, I do get a little hurt by the way no one understands. That's why it's so fabulous to be here, with you GALS. I do hate to think about NOT meeting him, or NOT knowing him more, even though the chances are small. I can't bear to think that it's impossible, so I just choose to think of it as improbable. That helps me out, because a LOT of things are improbable (especially when you're contemplating acting....). And Swan, I too have been reading your story. It is absolutely fabulous. I can't get over the images of Erik and Christine's love in your story. I am constantly surprised and proud that I'm a part of such a talented and kind group.
  13. Here here! I cannot thank the woman enough. Although I know that most of it was him and his unique personality, men (and women) are shaped by their mothers. Their relationships with women and their respect for women are very much affected. Plus I think the reason that he's so incredibly genuine and down-to-Earth are mostly HER doing. Although he might get crazy once in awhile, I have a feeling that her influence helps him to stay humble and connected. I guess that's the same with most of our mothers. If I ever got too big for my britches, I know that my Mother would have my hide. Same with if I were rude or acted like a big arse. There also the good side - nothing puts you at ease and makes you feel safe and loved quite like hanging out with your Mom. Although they sometimes drive us crazy (mine is so cute - she's just a wee bit overprotective even though I'm 24....but I love her), we owe such a huge debt to BOTH our parents, but Mom (especially Gerry's) tends to be the enforcer, the conscience, the gentle but firm hand pointing us and encouraging us... Let's hear it for Moms!
  14. stagewomanjen

    GPS.

    Aren't we all? I was just thinking the same thing....
  15. Oh girls... Heck, I'll go ahead and volunteer to be wife #100 (as long as I still am one)....I have IMMENSE faith in the man's, uh......abilities...... :hump1: Plus as long as he stays around we'd ALL be good, because I'm pretty sure he wouldn't want to leave any of his wives disappointed ...ya know how he was with his harem in Attila.... There are just too many hotels to chose from...they all look fabulous...maybe we need some real Vegas Tarts to help us out! And BTW, Hi to Dee....I KNEW you'd make your way over here! Yay Ohio Tarts!
  16. OMG!I KNOW! Not generally a fan of the moobies....but yeah, on Gerry, they're so friggin HOT! And the hair......hose me DOWN already! :hump1: Although if I were that chic (ok, technically if I were her, I wouldn't care because I would have had quality time with Gerry....), I'd be a little worried that a pic of my side-boob action was floating around on the internet.... .......
  17. Really....was THAT necessary? :speechless: I think all of my female parts just ripped themselves from my body and ran down the street. OY! (I love a well placed "oy!") That pic was horrible... :puke: really...those darn FBI agents really don't know the definition of "cruel and unusual" (with emphasis on the UNUSUAL) punishment....that's just plain inhumane! :booty:
  18. Abrock, I HEAR you, sister! It drives me nuts when Tarts are rude to each other! And it's even worse when a non-Tart makes fun. That gets me so angry! Grrrrrr! I mean, sure, make fun of me, but don't judge ALL Tarts just because they happen to be in a fan group and you don't understand that. As for Tart-on-Tart violence...stop the madness people! I was peeved when Dr. Em got yelled at the other day for posting about the GALS site....I didn't read the post (if anybody knows where it is let me know), but thanks to some of the rest of you GALS she wasn't too badly word-lashed. What is the DEAL with some people? Gees. It's like they hadn't viewed any Gerry vids in two years and they were cranky or something.....
  19. Gerry's version of the Gerrygasm: "DAMN that Starbucks was goooooooood! I need a ciggy after THAT!"
  20. Gerry, I have often wondered why I became a Tart, and why you have such a pull on me. I'll probably never be able to fully answer that question, but I'm going to give it a shot. I might never meet you. (I hope that's not the case, but it's a possibility!) But whether or not you read this, and whether or not we meet, you have inspired me to take back my passion. When I saw POTO and subsequently most of your other movies (can't blame a girl for not seeing ALL of them when they haven't been released in the U.S....come on!), I was moved. Your gift for acting is amazing. As an aspiring actress and singer, I know a little about this, and I can tell you that there are very few actors with your talent for giving a character humanity and complexity and NOT making it corny. You pour yourself and your soul into your roles, and they seem to leave a mark on you as well. Your "presence" is truly amazing, your "stillness" as Christopher Plummer called it, truly allows your audience to forget that you are acting (and that's something because many of us are watching specifically for you) and get back to the story. You let them experience "willing suspension of disbelief" as it was meant to be felt. Your emotional truth and genuine portrayal is second to none. Trained or not, you are my acting muse. (And your voice is fabulous, I could listen to it all day, don't let the critics get you down!) Secondly, I would not have become a Tart for your acting alone, even though I have immense respect for you because of that. I read the other Tarts' personal stories, and through them I "met" you. And each interview and article convinces me that you let yourself be known as easily as you laugh. You are truly generous, both with money (and you didn't even mention the Tsunami match) and with your spirit and your time. You are intelligent and eloquent (your huge...vocabulary always leaves me breathless...any man who uses words like "detritus", "cathartic", and "erudite" in regular conversation turns me on!). Your goofy and witty sense of humor, and the fact that you aren't afraid to hide your less-than-debonair side are incredibly endearing. Your down-to-Earth, gentle, loving, kind, empathetic, sensitive side makes you able to talk to anyone (and you are chatty, too!) and get along. It makes you able to make every one of 200+ Tarts feel special at one event, and makes you unafraid of the love and adoration of 8000+ fans. You make no excuses, but live your life with passion, intensity, and love. Had I not known the depth of your personality was only reflected in your acting, I would not have become the supportive Tart that I am. Thirdly, listen honey, I know you don't like to admit it (at least not in public, although you are pretty damn confident), you are attractive. And women are going to fall for you. God knows I have and I've never met you. Learn to love it. Should you ever want to know me, I'll be there. I would jump at the chance to hang out! (My friends and family would think I was crazy...but hell, they already do!) I just think you should know that you inspire me. I have done a lot of work and made changes in my life so that one day I can follow my dreams. Like you I have another career for which I attended college, but I found through your passion that I wasn't happy and needed to embrace my own passions once again. That I need to go out there and live my life and not worry so much, not have regrets when things are said and done. This you have taught me, and I'll be forever grateful. I can only hope to thank you properly (in person) one day. I wish you nothing but the best, because I know deep in my heart that you'd wish all of us the same. Should you ever doubt yourself, know that there are those of us that are inspired by you and become inspired yourself. We have grown to know a part of your spirit that you have shared with us, and that is truly the most precious gift that a person can give or recieve. And after all that sentimental crapola (I am not usually given to such emotional outbursts...but c'est la vie), I need to go post something saracastic and smart-assed. And I need a caffeine fix.... Thank you from the bottom of my heart (and any other body parts that appreciate you....), Jen Stagewomanjen Ok...had to edit this to include the latest happenings.... 1. Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU for your call to Bethy....thought I couldn't appreciate you any more than I already did. WRONG! You have no idea what that call meant to her, and by proxy, to the rest of us. That you took the time out on Christmas day from your family to call our Bethy and talk with her about her Mother and her love of acting has enshrined you forever in our hearts. Not because you're a great actor, not because you're hot, just because you're a thoughtful, wonderful, generous man. 2. The Glasgow Tart Con (yup, I'm on gb.net too) was AMAZING. Everything that you did for us, to show your appreciation, were truly mindblowing. Firstly, and most incredibly, you sent your family. Not only did I get to chat with your lovely, warm Mother, but also your charming Step-Father (he kissed my hand...I have to watch out for those devastating Scottish men!). I think we may have overwhelmed your Brother-In-Law (although he was very brave, poor man), but your Aunts, Mom, and Dad were eating it up. I think we were taking their pictures as much as they were taking ours. I hope you truely enjoyed it, and I hope you got the shirt that I wore around and got signed. I was going to keep it, but you sounded so sorry to have missed us that I thought it might mean more to you. After all, I got the pleasure of meeting the girls and bonding, and we had plenty of souvenirs, so I thought you should have one too!!!! We enjoyed their presence immensely. The fact that you then sent the unbelievably touching, emotional, yet hilarious (and SO you) video message, and then called, and then bought drinks, AND THEN MATCHED our CLIC Sargent donation, all of this was unexpected and absolutely mind-blowing. Honestly, I have never been so proud of you, so proud of my Tart/GALS/etc. sisters, and so proud to call myself a fan. I'm not usually sappy, but I found myself crying after your video. Even my friends and family back home were blown away that you'd do all of this. They had to admit (although they're not planning on joining the club, LOL), that you're a man of incredible spirit, generosity, and character. Thank you a million times. If I thought my admiration of you was a temporary thing, you just ensured that droves of us, whether we were lucky enough to visit beautiful Scotland and your old stomping grounds or not, will never forget the good that you do. More than that, I'll always treasure the knowledge that not only do you move us, but every once in awhile, we can do good for you and hopefully help you in some way. Many thanks to your family as well. Though your Mum called to say she had enjoyed her visit, I can't imagine she and the rest of your family know how much we thank them. If you can tell them for us, we'd be eternally grateful!!!!
  21. Dating is the devil! Well, last weekend, my girlfriends from highschool (it's a miracle that we're still hanging out over six years later!) went clubbing.... And I was totally MANHANDLED! Some dude shoved his tongue in my mouth, and some other guy lifted me up (bravo to him for not having a hernia, BTW) and bounced me on his hips, more than a head above the crowd, for about half of a song. I was NOT pleased. I mean, sure, I expect a little close dancing, but MY GOD! I AM NOT down with being molested in the middle of the dance floor. Hello...not wishing to be impregnated here! Thanks! The trouble I go through for dating! Gees! MEN! (Excluding the fabulous, talented, and HOT Ger of course, not that he's not a man, just that I don't mean it in that tone with him!)
  22. OMG! The FBI? Holy crap...they heard about our plans for the GALS 2006 Vegas convention already! word about us spreads like wildfire!
  23. I have no idea....I personally think that she'd have to be kinda wrong in the head....if ya know what I mean!And although I do love MOTN, PONR was such a passionate song. :boner: I agree, the sexual tension was tangible, it was like electricity. I was so entranced...just staring at the screen with mouth open, heart beating in my ears....in that song, Gerry, or the Phantom, or the mix of both of them....were liturally sex on legs (sporting a sexy black mask and open shirt and tight pants....). Fanning flushed face....
  24. I dunno...I wish it wasn't so DAMN hard to pronounce correctly.... :blink: Although I can deal with Gerry if he can!
  25. Swan, Ok, here's my deal. I was actually not raised with a Mom who had a low opinion of men. She's fabulous. My parent's relationship is almost perfect, they NEVER fight. But I felt that I had to respond to your post. Mainly because in my formative years, I myself didn't appreciate men. (Ok, for the sake of arguement, we'll just have to agree to disagree that I'm not STILL in my formative years...) Anyway, I in high school and a bit in college, I didn't know how to deal with men romantically. I have always been blessed with male friends, and have been "one of the guys" fairly easily through life. I have a very tomboy side that allows this (although I'm also very feminine too...complex, I know!). But I wasn't sure of how to deal with my own sexuality, let alone a male's sexuality. And sometimes I still have trouble with not letting myself be open to the idea of a man really being both a good guy and a romantic possibility. To me, they never went together. Male friends were good guys...dates were the devil. And so I started to convince myself that men couldn't be both good and date-able at once. The qualities that I wanted in a date never really coincided with the date himself...my perfect men were all married or just my friends. But Gerry proves otherwise. (Not that he'd necessarily date me...well, ok, he would if I had anything to say about it....) But my main point is that he's both sexy AND nice and kind, intelligent, witty, charming, HOT, talented, eloquent, goofy, serious, passionate, generous....he's the whole package. Thanks SO much Gerry! Good men can be quite a miracle in their own right...just have to hold out for one of those! Jen
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