” The question wasn’t entirely rhetorical, as he went on to explain: “I was a gnomish prodigy – half-human, half-goblin, man-child, child-man.” Those qualities were as nothing compared to his flirting technique, which he characterised as “a combination of early Neanderthal and late Freud”.It was this, perhaps, that led his lover and co-star Lana Turner to dub him, in reference to his best-known role as Andy Hardy, “Andy Hard-on”.A diminutive 5ft 2in, Rooney – who married eight times – was one of Hollywood’s most notorious, yet unlikely, womanisers.
They'll tell you right off that you are a jerk if you're acting like one. The last thing she needs in her life is another whiny, dependent lover! They seldom contemplate having a shouting match with you at the opera or in the middle of an expensive dinner. Count your blessings that we die off at a far younger age, leaving you the best part of your lives to enjoy and appreciate the exquisite woman you've become.A young woman will say nothing, fearing that you might think worse of her. An older, single woman usually has had her fill of "meaningful relationships" and "long-term commitments." Can't relate? Of course, if you deserve it, they won't hesitate to shoot you if they think they can get away with it. Without the distraction of some demanding old coot clinging and whining his way into your serenity.He bragged about his sexual conquests including Lana Turner and Judy Garland, saying of co-star Turner: ‘Her body said it all. I do know that on a dancefloor I could make her breathless.’Rooney – who is most famous for his 16 Andy Hardy films about a small-town hero and for blockbusters including National Velvet, Babes In Arms and Breakfast at Tiffany’s – was Hollywood’s most successful and highest-paid actor in the early 1940s. Vanity Fair magazine described him as ‘the original Hollywood train wreck’ who struggled with alcohol and pill addictions as well as being a compulsive philanderer.When I asked her to go out with me she said yes and I soon found out she was as oversexed as I was – warm, passionate and soft. He had nine children and filed for bankruptcy twice.My wife – age 39 1/2 – just forwarded me the below – a snippet from an old Andy Rooney segment.
While I tend to tune out most of his messages – focusing largely on his remarkably bushy white eyebrows, I think that Mr.
Rooney may not be an accepted authority on sexuality–that of older women or otherwise–many men would contend that he knows well of what he speaks, and agree wholeheartedly.
As we are all aware, we live in a world-culture that consistently equates youth with beauty and sexuality.
TV and radio personality Andy Rooney once observed, "Once you get past a wrinkle or two, an older woman is far sexier than her younger counterpart. Her experience of lovemaking is honed and reciprocal and she’s lived long enough to know how to please a man in ways her daughter could never dream of.
(Young men, you have something to look forward to.)" And while Mr.
Most ad campaigns in the US and throughout the world depict the ideal woman as having a young, "perfect" body–lacking wrinkles, an extra once of fat, or naturally occurring breasts or rear-end.