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Gerard Butler Crashes a Bachelorette Party in Australia

Gerard Butler Crashes a Bachelorette Party in Australia

Gerard Butler keeps himself hydrated with water while out and about on Wednesday (March 19) in Sydney, Australia.

The 44-year-old Scottish actor was joined by a male pal, while taking some pics on his cell phone.

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A few weeks ago, Gerard was spotted grabbing a bite to eat in Bondi Beach.

It was recently reported that Gerard crashed a bachelorette party in Australia.

“We thought it was a stripper, because it was a hen’s party. But then we saw [Gerard] standing on the boat. We all just started screaming,” Dragana Ogorelica, a close pal of the bride, shared.

She added, “His accent, oh my goodness, it was so beautiful. You couldn’t understand him half the time, but you didn’t care because it was just gorgeous.”

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677 Responses to “Gerard Butler Crashes a Bachelorette Party in Australia”

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  1. 26
    Higher level accomplished Says:

    @Night: maybe not ghosts but the spirit world! noticed it too in the picture! opening up to higher levels of awareness in his search for the one!

  2. 27
    Found a girl for GB....sort of Says:

    @Higher level accomplished:
    Wishful thinking.

  3. 28
    Embla Says:

    Thanks Ducky. :-)
    BTW, your post #22, is really good. How you explained it is just so true.
    Do you think he is going to wear a beard as Set, since it seems to grow longer?

  4. 29
    JS Says:

    @Night:”Does gerry believe in ghosts?”

    Scotland is said to be one of the most haunted places on earth and the Celts are very sensitive to that sort of thing so I think he does.

  5. 30
    JS Says:

    @Ducky: Hi Ducky, very good post, well said.

  6. 31
    Ducky Says:

  7. 32
    Ducky Says:

    Hey Embla and JS Good to see you two tonight/today lol.
    Interesting about the ghosts. Not terribly fond of the idea though.
    I don’t know about the beard Embla. I like the “Sydney scruff” but not so thick. Just scruffy enough to be able to see his face and not detract from his eyes. Does that make sense?
    Will he wear a mask in GoE and will his hair be red? Should all be so interesting. Wonder if we will get a sneak look? I think I mentioned before how much I love movie bloopers and hope they do something like that or maybe in the way of The wrath of gods as was done for Beowulf. That would be great!

  8. 33
    Not so Says:

    Actually, the list for haunted places is much longer for other countries in world, especially in South America.
    Ireland and England both have more reports of haunted places than Scotland.
    And I don’t understand what you mean by “Celts are very sensitive to that sort of thing”. What do you mean?
    Do Celts have special vision to see ghosts more clearly? LOL!

  9. 34
    JS Says:

    @Ducky: “I don’t know about the beard Embla.”

    I have to admit that I don’t find it very attractive.

  10. 35
    ??? Says:

    @Not so: That poster always makes outrageous claims about Scots. She claims to know everything about Scots and Celts and they have powers of all kinds that the rest of us simply don’t have. They’re superhumans and the rest of us are just blood, flesh and bone.


  11. 36
    JS Says:

    @Not so: “And I don’t understand what you mean by “Celts are very sensitive to that sort of thing”. What do you mean?”

    Well apparently some people are more likely to feel the presence of spirits, and also to see them, and I’ve read that the Celtic peoples, Scots, Welsh, Irish, Manx, Cornish and Bretons, are in this category.

  12. 37
    JS Says:

    @???: I claim no such thing and have not made such stupid remarks.

  13. 38
    Not so Says:

    As someone who dabbles in spectrology, I can tell you that you’re a little off base. No group, ethnicity, race, country or creed of people are more likely than others to feel the presence of ghosts. Celts aren’t special in that regard any more than Mayans are. It’s like saying Irish Catholics feel the presence of God more than Argentinian Catholics.
    Make sense?
    Just wanted to clear that up for you : )

  14. 39
    Nicole Says:

  15. 40
    Ducky Says:

    Well said, JS. Very good post.

  16. 41
    Mystic Meg Says:

    I was told by someone who was very into the paranormal that the Celts do have an ability to connect with spirits more than many other people. Also, JS didn’t say Scotland was the most haunted place in the world, she said it was ONE of the most haunted.

  17. 42
    just a thought Says:

    New thread, nice look. enjoy the sight seeing. We love seeing this sight : )

  18. 43
    Not so Says:

    @Mystic Meg: Whoever told you that unfortunately misinformed you. It’s not the case at all.
    There is no distinction between a person’s ability to connect with spirits and where they are born or what race they are born into.
    What you are saying is simply not true.
    Also, Scotland, as a country is not haunted, so you need to reword how you’re writing things. There are haunted sites IN Scotland, which JS is right about, that Scotland, along with about thirty other countries is of one of the most haunted in the world.

  19. 44
    ghosts? really? Says:

    next topic please…

  20. 45
    Renting or leasing Says:

    So the caveman is now up for renting or leasing for a day! HA!

  21. 46
    go go Says:

    Saw the 300 sequel and really missed him in it, glad for the flashbacks of him, but this other guy was ok but not as fun and quirky as Gerard is to watch, he was brilliant in 1st one

  22. 47
    eye roll Says:

    There is no such thing as ghosts, you frickin’ morons. It’s 2014. It’s time to join the age of reason.

  23. 48
    JS Says:

    @Ducky: Good post. Well said. Thanks for posting.

  24. 49
    🎶 GFW 🎶 Says:

    The Celtic community can own clairvoyant and can be highly intuitive as well.
    Have a book at home, a famous one whose name escapes me, where people of all classes of life in the United Kingdom speak to seeing, hearing and feeling fairies. Now keep in mind not all fairies are like Disney portrays. Cool subject. Too bad it has to take place in a toxic waste dump. *sighs*

  25. 50
    🎶 GFW 🎶 Says:

    I don’t see the book here, but can give title later…
    I mean the Land of Nod, which I call Scotland, and the England itself has produced some of the most amazing authors (as well as other countries across the pond) so why not? They could be angels or spirits of the dark world too. Who knows?
    It’s a matter of belief. Why some people don’t even believe in love saying it is all biology nothing more. A deep need to procreate or something. It’s up for grabs… all of it.

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