shane warne is a mummy's boy - he just didn't think when she told him to take slimming tablets. he just didn't seem to think that chasing other women while married was not a good idea. today's age mentions him:
roaring in anger... at the discovery that an amount of money he'd put in a sock seemed to have disappeared, only to find it in the other sock. Angry and bellowing about a stolen jumper, Warne was told the jumper was out on the ground where he had left it.
ok, perhaps he's not a mummy's boy - just an idiot. but this is the behaviour of a spoilt man. and men are spoiled by their mummies.
glenn the outback house overseer i suspect is a mummy's boy. insolent and childish, selfish and pathetic - he sulked and was so passive-agressive it was excruciating to watch. thank god the boss gave him the arse and he left. he was an absolute dickhead.
This from an article found online:
Comic Bernard Manning, who lived with his mother Nellie for 20 years, said men who stayed at home were making the right choice.
He said: "They are getting everything done for them - their shirts ironed, their beds made, meals on the table - and things a wife would never dream of doing, like ironing the cuffs and collars of your shirts.
"A wife would leave those, saying 'That's good enough'. With mothers, nothing is good enough for their sons."
leo di caprio - mummy's boy
colin farrell - yep, mummy's boy
kevin costner - complete mummy's boy
bill clinton - oh yeah
it's unconfirmed but i bet andrew landeryou IS and russell crowe too [see this http://www.burningblue.org/potpourri/ash/wbyh1.htm for an off-topic but freakout story]
but i bet johnny depp ISN'T
jury is out on matthew wales - maybe he was [hence the problems] and maybe he wasn't [hence the ability to top her just like that]
Maybe soon we'll be able to find out more as there is a call out for mummy's boys to take part in a new documentary. if anyone's interested perhaps get in touch, though i'm sure they've had no shortage of men applying. i'm sure lots of men would have no problem appearing on national television in a 6 part doco called mummy's boys, having been described as men who don't do very much for themselves and go running to mummy when things go wrong for them.
Extreme call for MUMMY'S BOYS
found at http://www.niftc.co.uk/newspage.asp?id=32&storyID=451
09 March 2005
Extreme Productions are looking for men between the ages of 25 - 45 to take part in a six part documentary series called MUMMY'S BOYS.
The criteria, broadly speaking still lives at home or is married/co-habiting/other but still runs home to mummy for advice, dinner whatever doesn't do very much for themselves can't or won't clean, cook etc.
We all know somebody!
We are also looking for their mummy's to take part.
If you know anyone who fits this profile, contact:
Michelle - Extreme Production LtdAssistant Producer Extreme Production1 Church ViewHolywoodBT18 9DP email@example.com tel: 02890809050mobile: 07870208188
anyone wanting to read more seriously on this topic, here is an interesting article online
harsh? tell me about it
just let me go and get some chocolate