Join us for a breezy trip around the world with MAE WEST — — on a magic carpet made of newspaper.
• • DONEGAL: This will be an odd week for the lads working away in Fitzgerald Stadium. They will know that in recent years Tipperary haven’t been the Mae West but that they have good players. There would be a sense of shock if Tipp gave Kerry a tough 70-minute game but nobody in Kerry would be that offended either. It could happen. ... SOURCE: An article about the under-21 soccer game of the All-Ireland final as reported in The Irish Times — — on Wednesday, 5 May 2010.
• • LONDON: There was — — a gorgeous red number that looked like something Mae West might have worn if rubber clothes had existed in her day — — low cut with black rubber lacing and far curvier than me. Red — — yes, the dress was red. The rubber industry, Simon told me, has been branching into all sorts of colours over the last two or so years. ... SOURCE: An article about the return of latex and rubber apparel and the British boutiques that carry these garments as reported in Handbag.com on Tuesday, 4 May 2010.
• • BEIRUT: "Too much of a good thing can be wonderful," said Mae West, queen of 1930s Hollywood and a talented playwright to boot. West's view was thoroughly confirmed by "To the Ones I Love," performed at Masrah al-Madina Sunday. ... SOURCE: An article about the closing act of the Beirut International Platform of Dance as reported in The Daily Star Lebanon — — on Monday, 3 May 2010.
• • USA: A “Mae West” is a type of round parachute malfunction which contorts the shape of the canopy into the appearance of a brassiere, presumably one suitable for a woman of Mae West’s proportions. ... SOURCE: An article called "My Mae West Malfunction" as reported in The Veterans Today Network on Sunday, 2 May 2010.
• • ABILENE, TEXAS: On April 1, 2008, the two opened Ya Ya Gurlz, which they describe as a place “where Janice Joplin meets Mae West.” ... SOURCE: An article about a colorful year-old Texas store called Ya Ya Gurlz (run by a mother-daughter team) as reported in Abilene Reporter-News — — on Monday, 26 April 2010.
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