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Gerard Butler GALS

phantomskiss

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    Archie's Ocean GAL
  • Birthday 12/31/1957

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    Female
  • Location
    Bremen, GA
  • Interests
    Writing<br />Music

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    United States
  • GALS/PALS Name
    Gerry's Georgia GAL, Butler's Boudica, Star Dancer Fairy, Keeper of Erik's secrets
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  1. Happy Birthday Gerry! I hope it's all you wish for filled with your favorite things. Keep giving us the Gerry Juice darlin' and we'll keep on lovin' it - and YOU! God Bless.
  2. And I must say, according to the trailer, Gerry seems to be channeling his inner "Phantom". I'm LOVIN' it!!! Susan
  3. I may be looking in the wrong place, but have you seen the trailer for "Law Abiding Citizen"? It is awesome! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFTlG-gxPAA...player_embedded Susan
  4. Congratulations all! It was a fun contest. I have never been accused of being very creative - I'm an accountant, for Pete's Sake! We're usually more on the Logic side. I did "Here's the Beef". Paint is the only prgram I can manage. My son (an art major)said, "Mom, I can't believe you're going to actually put that cheesy thing up so people can see it!!!" I'm glad I did, though, 'cause it was a lot of fun! You GALS are great!
  5. Happy Birthday Sweetheart... and many more! Have the greatest day! Susan
  6. Oh, come on Diana! Jamie Fraser was the least virginal of men - even when he WAS actually a virgin. He still had that sexy presence. I'm sure our Gerry with his acting chops could pull it off. Look how hesitant he is with the witch (her name escapes me right now) in "Beowulf and Grendel". He can do innocence. And talk about the ultimate virgin, how about The Phantom, hmm? He certainly did a wonderful job portraying Erik's sexy innocence. I'm with you GALS. Just can't picture James Fraser as anyone but Gerry. Susan This woman is a hoot. That one line may just inspire me to re-read her wee tale. I'll say it again. Gerard Butler as Jamie's slightly wicked Uncle Dougal. (I hope I got that right) Oh wow, I never thought of that. Although I ended up hating Dougal he played a very important part in the 1st books and was described as dark and handsome. rawr. Okay I am definitely now supporting Gerry Butler for Dougal!
  7. My son picked me one up at the Super Ingles. And BTW, there's a rather interesting article a few pages after Gerry's wonderful interview. It concerns something we women are always interested in learning more about, and guys are always thinking about! Susan
  8. Thanks so much! I can't wait to try this one out! Susan
  9. I am really bumed! First RockNRolla and now Game?!!!! We need our Gerry fix now!!! Susan
  10. I'm gonna try again to get my trading card to show. I am so technologically impaired!
  11. I hunted over the list and didn't see mine. So I'm: Gerry's Georgia GAL, Butler's Boudica, Star Dancer Fairy, Keeper of Erik's secrets I just LOVE GALS!!! Susan
  12. It would be so great to just meet him on the street! Especially if he wasn't in a hurry to be somewhere.
  13. Entertainment Weekly #887 July 21, 2006 Beowulf & Grendel Gerard Butler, Sarah Polley R, 102 mins. (Truly Indie) Who are you calling a troll? The Grendel in question in Beowulf & Grendel, a muscular, ardently naturalistic retelling of the ninth-century Anglo-Saxon saga, may be on a bloody tear, and Tomb Raider 2's Gerard Butler rattles a lot of heroic chain mail. But Canadian-Icelandic director Sturla Gunnarsson focuses on the more interesting psychology of tribalism - as well as on the moderating influence of a witchy woman, played with usual confrontational sass by Sarah Polley. As demanded by the public in any movie with Nordic (or piratical) content, Stellan Skarsgard growls heartily as Hrothgar, king of the Danes. B - LS
  14. This isn't a question/problem, but I wasn't sure where to post it where you would be sure to read it. You are all so helpful when someone has a question, I thought I would post it here and you'd be sure to read it. I just finished reading my newest copy of Entertainment Weekly and I was happily surprised to see a review of "Beowulf & Grendel". They gave it a "B". I can send you a transcript of it if you want. It's not very long. Susan
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