Colin Farrell in Times Square

Posted on May 16, 2011

In which an angry-looking Colin receives a letter from two bitchy gay bloggers.

The information included with these pictures tells us that Colin has just left the theater where the Spider-Man musical is killing actors and audience members left and right. We like to think he was there trying to save lives rather than having the poor taste to attend what has been called one of the worst flops in Broadway history.

At least he had the presence of mind to look disgusted by the experience.  Anyway, we would like to have words with him about some pressing matters and we feel the direct address is the best approach.

Dear Colin Farrell,

May we have a word? You look pretty pissed so we’ll make this quick. Can we have your jacket? And your hair? You can keep the Village People mustache.

Fondle,

T Lo

P.S.: Don’t put stuff in the pockets of your (no doubt) expensive, fitted leather jacket. You’ll stretch them out and they’ll look like Mickey Mouse ears. You’re welcome.

 

[Photo Credit: WireImage]

    • CPK

      “fondle” ! haha. And yes, the mustache is extremely nasty

    • CPK

      “fondle” ! haha. And yes, the mustache is extremely nasty

    • mjude

      i think he is one beautiful irish man.  your letter to colin is BRILLIANT!  LOL 

    • mjude

      i think he is one beautiful irish man.  your letter to colin is BRILLIANT!  LOL 

    • Nevermind

      Foxy to the nth.  

    • Nevermind

      Foxy to the nth.  

    • GoRing

       Dear T and Lo,
      Why do you like Colin’s hair?  I am a typical woman who is attracted to both CF’s vulnerability and his animal sexiness….but I wouldn’t let him get anywhere near me with that spiky, greasy head of hair!  Yuk.
      Love,
      GoRing

      • http://visceralresponse.com Dina dV

         It can easily be washed and styled, but he does have a fantastic head of hair.

    • GoRing

       Dear T and Lo,
      Why do you like Colin’s hair?  I am a typical woman who is attracted to both CF’s vulnerability and his animal sexiness….but I wouldn’t let him get anywhere near me with that spiky, greasy head of hair!  Yuk.
      Love,
      GoRing

    • aimee_parrott

      Heh… fondle!  That may be a typo, but I’m pretending it’s not because it’s funnier that way. 

    • aimee_parrott

      Heh… fondle!  That may be a typo, but I’m pretending it’s not because it’s funnier that way. 

    • Jill

      I sincerely hope “fondle” is not a typo but rather the way you always say goodbye to hot sexy men with good hair and awesome jackets.

    • Jill

      I sincerely hope “fondle” is not a typo but rather the way you always say goodbye to hot sexy men with good hair and awesome jackets.

    • joyjoy

      He’s a nice Colin, but he’s not MY Colin.

      “Fondle.”  SO stealing that one for personal use!

      True about the perils of stuffing the pockets of a leather jacket.  Testify!

    • joyjoy

      He’s a nice Colin, but he’s not MY Colin.

      “Fondle.”  SO stealing that one for personal use!

      True about the perils of stuffing the pockets of a leather jacket.  Testify!

    • Nancy

       The jacket’s great.  The jeans are OK too.  But that hair!  Ugh!

    • Nancy

       The jacket’s great.  The jeans are OK too.  But that hair!  Ugh!

    • http://www.adamherrington.com Adam Herrington

       I’m with you, boys. That man is pure sex.

    • http://www.adamherrington.com Adam Herrington

       I’m with you, boys. That man is pure sex.

    • MilaXX

      bwaaah! You guys crack me up. He looks okay for a man on the street look. He could use a shave but then again,  Colin has never been the poster child for ivory soap.

    • MilaXX

      bwaaah! You guys crack me up. He looks okay for a man on the street look. He could use a shave but then again,  Colin has never been the poster child for ivory soap.

    • dress_up_doll

      Yes, he looks mighty pissed. I hope his tickets were at least comped. Anyway, another great letter from the boys.
      P.S. “Fondle” is also another TLo classic that’s been used in the past. It’s always good for a few snickers.

    • Anonymous

      Yes, he looks mighty pissed. I hope his tickets were at least comped. Anyway, another great letter from the boys.
      P.S. “Fondle” is also another TLo classic that’s been used in the past. It’s always good for a few snickers.

    • Anonymous

      Yes, he looks mighty pissed. I hope his tickets were at least comped. Anyway, another great letter from the boys.
      P.S. “Fondle” is also another TLo classic that’s been used in the past. It’s always good for a few snickers.

    • jw_ny

      I’ve seen him looking sexier…not doing it for me here. 

      fondle still…yes.

    • Anonymous

      I’ve seen him looking sexier…not doing it for me here. 

      fondle still…yes.

    • ICHUB69

       Well he is on 42nd Street…..once the outre deshabile boulevard…..guess no one told him trade was out and Disney was in.

    • ICHUB69

       Well he is on 42nd Street…..once the outre deshabile boulevard…..guess no one told him trade was out and Disney was in.

    • Macasilver

      The jacket is gorgeous! Is he wearing a necklace?

    • Mac

      The jacket is gorgeous! Is he wearing a necklace?

    • Hank

      Yes……..I sure would like to fondle Colin……..among other things.   I dig how he always looks slightly disheveled but still manages to be sexy as hell.   Yummo.       Hank 

    • Hank

      Yes……..I sure would like to fondle Colin……..among other things.   I dig how he always looks slightly disheveled but still manages to be sexy as hell.   Yummo.       Hank 

    • http://visceralresponse.com Dina dV

       It can easily be washed and styled, but he does have a fantastic head of hair.

    • scottyf

      P.S.

      Also don’t put large things in your pants pockets.

      Oh, wait…God put that there. Never mind.

      Much love,
      scottyf

      • Jill

         HAHAHA! Brilliant.

    • scottyf

       P.S.Also don’t put things large things in your pants pockets. No, wait…God put that there. Never mind.Much love,scottyf

    • Judy_J

      Is he suffering from hair loss?  ‘Cause that sure looks like his scalp is peeking through at the crown of his head. 

      • Kimmeister

        I was wondering the same thing, or if it was just an unfortunate angle of an unfortunate hairstyle. 

    • Judy_J

      Is he suffering from hair loss?  ‘Cause that sure looks like his scalp is peeking through at the crown of his head. 

    • MyBigKitty

      yum! 

    • Anonymous

      yum! 

    • Len

      It looks like Colin is leaving the New Victory Theater which puts on productions for children and families. Maybe being around those kids made him grumpy?

    • Len

      It looks like Colin is leaving the New Victory Theater which puts on productions for children and families. Maybe being around those kids made him grumpy?

    • Jill

       HAHAHA! Brilliant.

    • vmcdanie

      I don’t even care about the mustache. He looks edible.

      I’ve very worried about his pocket though. Is that money falling out? Colin, you’ve already seen Spiderman. No need to throw more money away. 

    • vmcdanie

      I don’t even care about the mustache. He looks edible.

      I’ve very worried about his pocket though. Is that money falling out? Colin, you’ve already seen Spiderman. No need to throw more money away. 

    • http://myownrobotbutler.tumblr.com/ kittensnotkids

      I do love his hair. He was on SNL years ago, and it was one of the best SNL episodes I’ve ever seen. And he was totally game to do the most ridiculous sketches, including one as the new husband of Horatio Sanz’s “Carol” character, and he did them VERY well, and ever since then I have felt, er, warmly, towards him.  The necklace, if that’s what it is, has GOT to go, though.

    • http://profiles.google.com/kbryna kbryna frogboots

      I do love his hair. He was on SNL years ago, and it was one of the best SNL episodes I’ve ever seen. And he was totally game to do the most ridiculous sketches, including one as the new husband of Horatio Sanz’s “Carol” character, and he did them VERY well, and ever since then I have felt, er, warmly, towards him.  The necklace, if that’s what it is, has GOT to go, though.

    • Anonymous

      On a side note: Is that Harvey Weinstein walking 10 paces behind him? 

      –GothamTomato

    • http://www.thirteen.org/program-content/downton-dish-season-3-episode-1/ Gotham Tomato

      On a side note: Is that Harvey Weinstein walking 10 paces behind him? 

      –GothamTomato

    • Anonymous

       He makes me want to shower with sandpaper. 

    • librarygrrl64

       He makes me want to shower with sandpaper. 

    • Kimmeister

      I was wondering the same thing, or if it was just an unfortunate angle of an unfortunate hairstyle. 

    • Anonymous

      Whatever. We can just say, trying too hard for a look, and you needn’t read on.

      It’s a head-to-toe look that I prefer on a prettier man or on people whose lives actually include some element of the working man it evokes, or who, in some other way, make it not look like they are working really hard to call to mind James Dean movies. Though I give him points for not wearing engineer/motorcycle boots, I deduct for the hair style – you have really nice hair, why this exaggerated upward clumping, sir?

      Successful Irish actors in their mid 30′s who attend Broadway shows wearing expensive James Dean drag in between appointments with their accountants and visits to their gyms just look, well, (whispers) like Actors.

    • formerlyAnon

      Whatever. We can just say, trying too hard for a look, and you needn’t read on.

      It’s a head-to-toe look that I prefer on a prettier man or on people whose lives actually include some element of the working man it evokes, or who, in some other way, make it not look like they are working really hard to call to mind James Dean movies. Though I give him points for not wearing engineer/motorcycle boots, I deduct for the hair style – you have really nice hair, why this exaggerated upward clumping, sir?

      Successful Irish actors in their mid 30′s who attend Broadway shows wearing expensive James Dean drag in between appointments with their accountants and visits to their gyms just look, well, (whispers) like Actors.

    • Anonymous

      “I have an attorney friend in The Village.”

      Oh my God, you’re an Actor!!”

      I don’t know. I like this look, and I think he pulls it off. But I have never understood his appeal. Maybe, like Richard Gere and Mark Harmon, he’ll become more appealing as he gets older.

    • fashionablylate

      This is the way all men should dress every day, except when they’re rocking their plaid suits.  

    • Jim

       HIS HAIR?  Are you serious?  He will be completely bald in 5 years, you can see way too much scalp.  Actually, from the way the hair is shaped it looks like transplant.  The bald patches are just too symmetric.

      But I agree with the jacket.

    • Lisa

       Mrrrow…

    • Anonymous

      YumYum!!! Twink Wolverine is lookin good! 

    • Walk It Good

      “Fondle” – teeheehee

    • Akumabunny

      I’m going to pretend that you are being humorously perverse in requesting that whacked-out, lard-laden hair. Quelle horreur!
      And if I may point out, given his notorious aversion to cleanliness…do you REALLY want that jacket? Given where he might have tossed it?  Given the nasty surprises that may lurk in his jacket pockets?
        He really needs an appointment with a vet for a flea-dip & shampoo!