Wednesday, 21 December 2016

Expressing gratitude

2016 has been a wonderful year to me. I hope it has been a wonderful one to you, too.

On a personal level, this year has been a revalidation of my happiness. Being happy, expressing it and even sharing it to and with everybody has made me realise, once again, that it is important to never stop being who you are, and never ever be afraid of expressing who you are and how you feel.

That's what emotional intelligence is all about; being able to be aware and in control of our own feelings and emotions and being able to express them proudly.

All of this was present when I married - for the 2nd time - my partner in life, John. We were already Civil Partnered but we decided to upgrade our union to the next level which was marriage. We did it back in March and we had an amazing celebration.

On the on-line world, getting Marlife domain - which has been helpful for my blog to be more easily found and increased its views - over 42 thousand views thus far. My Birthday confession on Facebook was another reason to celebrate my online presence - which received a staggering over 5 thousand views and was shared 13 times.

As a result, I received so many face-to-face, public and private messages from people kindly telling me how much affected they have been by my messages full of happiness and optimism. Needless to say, I was and still am humbly touched by your confessions  ; )

You can watch the confession here: This is a Confession

I would like to say a MASSIVE THANK YOU for your unconditional support this year - both off and online. Thank you for allowing my genuine happiness to touch you & for letting me know how affected you have been by it.

Thank you for sincerely being open to what I have to offer as a person and online being.

Thank you, thank you for being there for me!

Your support means the world to me. Cheers and let's continue being SUPREMELY HAPPY in 2017.


Wednesday, 7 December 2016

Marlon Mensaje de Navidad - Rodolfo el reno


Un gran saludo a mi gente de habla hispana: Familiares, amigos, conocidos y a todos en general. Les envio un fuerte abrazo desde Dublin, Irlanda con mucho amor. Espero que disftuten cada minuto de las fiestas decembrinas.


Saturday, 3 December 2016

Marlife Christmas Message/Mensaje de Navidad


I hope you appreciate my Christmas message. I did it having you all in my mind. Simple, but a very heartfelt meaningful message. I would love for you all to enjoy it. Thank you!

Espero que aprecien mi mensaje de Navidad. Lo hice teniendolos a todos ustedes en mi mente. Es sencillo, pero lleno de sentimiento. Espero que lo disfruten. Muchas gracias!

I would like to say a huge thank you to Carlos Galiano for filming and editing the video. He translated very well my idea and simplicity was the key.

Me gustaria darles las gracias a Carlos Galiano por filmar y editar mi video. El tradujo muy bien mi idea, y simplicidad fue la clave que tuve en mente.

You can watch some of Carlos work on YouTube 

Ustedes pueden ver el trabjo que Carlos ha producido on YouTube


Sunday, 20 November 2016

Christmas is coming & am getting ready. Are you?

OMG I can't believe Christmas is coming and I can not wait because it is the most wonderful time of the year. I love Christmas so much since it gives me the opportunity to show my feelings and the wonderful person I am. Also, it allows me to be happier and more content.

My spirit is already getting ready to welcome the magic Christmas is bringing. My heart is already becoming a cradle to nurture the Christmas spirit. My whole being is already becoming a colorful Christmas tree.

I am already ready to share my joy, good feelings and happiness. I hope you are getting ready too...


Monday, 14 November 2016

Reason Why I Am Always Smiling

I get asked a lot questions like why am I always smiling? Do I have problems? Why am I always happy? So I hope this very short video can answer that question : )



Wednesday, 2 November 2016

Confession: Midlife crisis?


This is a message for the people who celebrate life with the way they live, and for all those who would love to, but have not yet started the celebration...

Enjoy it...


I would like to say a big Thank you to my YouTuber friend, Sebastian, for propelling my confession so well when filming and more so when editing it. Great work buddy!


Wednesday, 26 October 2016

The Power of Love - Raul & Martin

Raul & Martin

Raul, a nice, naive and harmless guy (Played by Sebastian) is the centre of affection of gay Martin (Played by me). Raul is enthralled by Martin's over enthusiasm, great spirit and happiness, to the extent that he accepts to move in together and "break" some tradition.

Watch the short video below, and you will have a laugh...


You can subscribe to Sebastian's YouTube channel for more videos.


Sunday, 23 October 2016

Magic Monday

I dedicate this message to all those people who still dare to believe in their inner child, and to all those who do not like Mondays. Monday can be a fun day. It's down to you to make it happen.

Enjoy it...



Thursday, 20 October 2016

I was somebody's nightmare

My YouTuber friend, Sebastian, has very good ways to keep his audience entertained and amused with his dark, unique sense of humor.

To this date, we have partnered for different projects and what I like about our partnership is that even though, we are so different (come on he is German, I am Venezuelan) we have managed to amalgamate our culture differences and have created some good material together.

I would like to publicly say thank you my NBF for making me part of your constantly content creation process and the below video shows something really funny... 



If you'd like to subscribe to Sebastian's YouTube channel, you are more than welcome to do so.



Monday, 17 October 2016

Brenda & Dan: A love story

Love always wins
I sincerely believe this lovely story is a true narrative of the way life and love sometimes have funny ways of working things out for two people to be happy. Because I am a hopelessly romantic person, when I first heard this story, I got hooked to it straight away. I was moved thinking that when love grabs us by our wrists to show us the way, we just need to follow the path.

Love is always right. Never wrong!

This is the story of Brenda and Dan. A love story.

She is from Dublin. He is from Essex, but geography does not matter. There is a nice feeling that has the power to link countries, even continents and that feeling is called LOVE.

In 2011, Brenda, a girl who has the perfect face to promote cosmetic products, put on her carmesi-red lipstick on to go to The Westbury hotel, in Dublin city centre. I can picture her, as soon as she walked in the door, those lips magically enchanted the room. Catching the attention of many people, in particular a special someone who now is the man of her life. A special someone who I can imagine has a very strong, sexy north-English accent.

Dan was in Dublin just for the weekend. A weekend that has an indelible mark in his heart.

That day little did she know her life was going to take an unexpected turn. Little did she know her heart was going to flourish like a rose bud, exuding a flavour of romanticism, getting ready for what would happen later in life. The same with him, because no matter how strong of a man you might be, when a girl has the power to enamor you, you fall in love and become vulnerable, like the rest of humanity.

Ups and downs and when love decides to step-in to cater for what was needed

They did the long-distance for a year, traveling back and forth every couple of weeks to see each other. Then Brenda moved to England for them to be together. She sold all her possessions and left following her feelings, believing in them. They lived together in the UK for a year. However, things did not work out and they split up. She came back to Dublin and he stayed in the UK.

This break up lasted for four years. Even though they decided to move on, they stayed in touch, sending each other Birthday and Christmas cards - which I find fascinating. And this is what gets me to come to the conclusion that love conquered everything. He never forgot about her. She was always in his mind. She never forgot about him. He was always in her mind for four long years. They managed to keep alive the feeling that got them together in the first place, without even realising. They just felt what they felt and went along with it and I think that’s lovely. Don’t you?

The reunion...

It is true that we need to be rational, practical and strong. That’s good, they are good qualities to have as a person. However, when we realise we are equipped with all the ‘practical’ stuff, we open the door for love to get in and dictate us what to do when in comes to our poor little hearts

This is what they did.
In Brenda’s words: “We met up again and straight away he let me know he missed me terribly, I obviously felt the same way because we both never moved on from one another properly. So after a long chat we decided not to waste anytime and give it another go 100 percent this time. And so we did”

And guys I am so happy for you that you did. What you have done is a celebration, not only to life, but also to love, and that’s outstanding.

Some lessons to learn from this story

When we love someone, we put all our energies into it to make sure we are protecting our own feelings and the feelings of the one we love. When we love someone, we are able to make full commitment for our relationship to work. When we love someone, we are able to ‘sacrifice’ for things to be OK for both of us. I would like to outline that there is no better more rewarding ‘sacrifice’ than the one we make in the name of love. When we are in love, we are still aware of the challenges we have to face as a couple, but everything is possible in the name of love.

Brenda and Dan have done this. They have decided to be together because they love each other. Brenda asked to be transferred from her job in Dublin to London. Now Brenda and Dan are living together and trying to make the most of their relationship.

Guys, I respect you and salute you for allowing love to be your best guidance. I am hoping next time I write something about you, it will be either about your wedding or your intentions to extend your family.



Sunday, 9 October 2016

The privilege to be alive

I am the number one admirer of high level of thinking. I enjoy reading and writing about Marketing, Social Media, Business, Current Affairs. I enjoy paying attention to statistics, financial indications & political predictions.
I enjoy keeping an eye on the news, see what's in trend, what's the hot topic in any field, industry, sector. Yes, like many of you, I enjoying keeping myself well- informed to have an opinion and to gain inspiration for my next article.
In doing so, sometimes I have come across horrendous stories which make my heart shrink: people dying, people killing themselves, illnesses, so much suffering in the world etc, and what makes me most sad is to read stories of children dying and suffering they way they do. It is very sad.
I understand that's life, that's the world we live in, however, having the understanding of "it is what it is" doesn't make it less sad or more bearable. At the end of the day, we are humans and no matter how practical we may be - or pretend to be - we have feelings and emotions, therefore we have compassion.
I am aware we can not change world, all we can do it's to try to live in it with dignity, so...
I would like to invite you all not to loose faith in humanity. Together, let's consolidate our hopes to have the vision of a brighter future. Let's try to see in which way we can make a positive contribution to the world - even if it's small. Let's try to do our best to enjoy who we are deep down.
And while doing so, let's try to be grateful to still have the profound privilege to be alive.

Tuesday, 4 October 2016

Sebastian & Friends - Ep. 04 Marlon

Sebastian, Me & Marc

Sebastian strikes again

This is my second collaboration with Sebastian. The first one was #endhatdiscrimination . Again I feel honored and it was a pleasure to be part of his project.

This time, Sebastian or his character (I should clarify), interviews me to try to know a bit more about my love for colorful hats and my beautiful country, Brazil.

His character is the epitome of narcissism - who tries to diminish his interviewees in order to try to build up his shattered self-esteem.

The whole thing was hilarious to film & the real Sebastian (the nice one) did a great job with his original idea and the whole script.

I take this opportunity to say to Marc that it was a pleasure working with you and to have the chance to get to know a bit more about you. I hope we can do more in the future!

This is the video

If you'd like to watch more of Sebastian's, you are more than welcome to watch his YouTube channel and you could also give him some love by subscribing.


Sunday, 25 September 2016

Marlife's new domain

First of all, I would like to say a marHUGE thank you! to you for supporting my blog in any shape or form. As a blogger and writer, I am very grateful for every click, every comment, every interaction and every anything. Your support is the reason why I keep going and doing what I am doing.

I am not lying when I say you guys are my biggest inspiration! So Thank you!

Because I love what I do, I am always on the look-out to find ways to improve - even if it's a tiny bit - what I have to offer as a social media aficionado. I am always trying to find  ways to keep my work appealing so that you, my people can appreciate and value my craft, and come back to it.

This is one of the reasons why I recently obtained a new domain for marlife -

I am all about being me, being real and unique and having a domain will help me to keep my credibility and as a result to enhance my uniqueness - which I think it's very important.

I wanted a short, sharp and easy-to-remember name, that's why I chose - which I already love because it gives me the feeling I am part of the digital revolution. In adition, with this domain marlife will be more easily found.

I would like to finish this post by inviting you to check and follow my written material on my LinkedIn Author's Wall - where I have written posts which are more 'serious' and business orientated.

Again, Thank you very much!


Wednesday, 14 September 2016

Sebastian's Satire #endhatdiscrimination


Recently, a co-worker - Sebastian - kindly asked me to participate in his project "End Hat Discrimination" - which is a short video he recorded for his YouTube channel.

I was, and still am, honored by his request because even though I didn't have a clear idea of what he was going to do - he just asked me to act my part - I am impressed by final result. And I am proud to be part of it.

In his satire - that's exactly what it is - his character suffers for being misunderstood over the fact that he always wears a hat. He feels discriminated, outcast, rejected and isolated by some members of the society who can not understand why a hat is so indispensable in Sebastian's character's well-being.

Watch the video for yourself - and you will understand his plight better...


You are more than welcome to watch more of Sebastian on his YouTube channel and please subscribe. He will appreciate it and will no longer feel misunderstood  ; )


Saturday, 10 September 2016

Her Name Is Siobhan

Siobhan helping to set up the BBQ - picture by me in our garden

There are not enough adjectives in the dictionary to describe how honest,translucent and affable she is. Her personality encompasses a genuine sense of herself that is enchanting, alluring and without her knowing it, it actually embraces you. 

There is nothing about her you would consider is elusive. All on the contrary, she sometimes projects some sort of innocence - which I personally find endearing. It has not taken me a long time to love her, because in her what you see it's what you get. And I love that quality in people.

Her name is Siobhan O'Connor and I would like to publicly say she has not only conquered my heart, but also my friendship. This blog is a written testimony of why I know I can honestly call her "my friend".

In the car with Dermot, Dave and Siobhan

A few years ago, when I was working in the city center, I would usually get the lift to work of my hubby, John, who at the time had Compton Model Agency, and his office was in town. He would put the radio on, and there she was, a very distinctive voice with a melodic laughter, delivering some celeb news, telling jokes and having the craic with the two boys. Their chemistry was vibrant and I could sense that.

 Listening to 98FM was like ritual in our way into work. She made our journey into town less tedious, less monotonous and more so if it was raining and we were stuck in traffic.

So it is fair to say, I know her or of her a long time ago.

 One of the magical things radio has, it's that as you don't see the face of who's talking, you picture in your head the best version of what your imagination dictates you. My version was less pretty than what she really is and I confirmed this when I met her in person only around two and a half years ago.

Image from the

From listening to her in the car to having her in my kitchen.

Around the time she started going out with her current partner and father of her beautiful daughter, Erin, John Norton, who is a friend of ours, John invited us to record a pilot for the Irish version of the program goggle box. So some members of the Production company Straywave media - which John is one of the directors - came to our house to set the equipment to record the pilot.

Siobhan came with the team, and in was right there, in my kitchen when I told her with such excitement that she was part  my going to work journey as we would listen to her. She humbly took the compliment and thanked me and showed no signs of "diva" - so I found her very approachable.

Since then we just clicked and have built up a friendship based on who we are: two extremely honest people - who live to love and love to live 

Siobhan O'Connor - The broadcaster 

She has a prolific career in the media. She has done Radio, TV, she has interviewed many national and international celebrities and personalities. She is a journalist and an incredible writer - in this particular area, I can honestly say I am her number one fan.

I find her writing very heart-felt. Engaging. Once you start reading her work, you get hooked to it straight away. Even though she is very professional, she keeps her writing real, honest with a good, sharp sense of humour. She speaks about topics that are relevant to people - both women and men. In her writing you can see she is true to herself, and this is a characteristic hard to find in a industry which is full of insincerity.

For example, I had a good laugh when she wrote in the Irish Mirror - 'My pregnancy reveal on the BBC's Nolan Live". Or when she openly and candidly wrote her struggles as a pregnant woman in her article "In the club...on the perils of an Irish pregnancy" or when she most recently spoke about exposing her boobs to breast-feed and "laughs off public breastfeeding jibes" 


My favourite article she's written is "I'm a celeb on the dole - get me out of here" where she hilariously describes her transition from being a "celebrity, Dj, radio personality" to the queue of the dole office when she was made redundant from a job where her title was "The gossip girl."

Image by Kip Carrol

I am always "giving out to her", and this is why...

We have spent time together, and even though I respect, admire and love her, I think she is way too unassuming, way too humble. There is not a pick of arrogance in her at all. She does not expose the amazing work she has done - and still doing - as a broadcaster, journalist, personality, celebrity or whatever you want to call it. I have said to her that in this country some people who go to an opening of a packet of crisps become 'well-known'. The reason they become well-known (celebrities) is because of the way they promote themselves.

She does not seem to realise that what she does is such a big deal.

With just under two thousand "friends" on Facebook and over seven thousand real followers on Twitter @Sibhi2000 - she has the right amount of 'friends', 'followers' to become a social media sensation, and  she has a huge amount of content/material to expose, to show, to share and be proud of. But she does not get that she is fecking bloody Siobhan O'Connor.

Having said that, I will never give out about the person and human being

Putting business aside, I have to admit that the reason I love her the most is exactly the reason I give out to her. She is so humble. She is unique. Maybe that's her "selling point" as a person and a human being. As a person, she is so available. She is honest, sincere and has the ability to make you laugh every time she has the chance to interact with you.

To finish, it is important to say that she might not have time to invest in her social media, but she has all the time in the world  for her two biggest human investments yet, her partner, John and her angelical baby daughter, Erin. Now the reasons of her being her.

Siobhan, in John's (my hubby) and my own name, we salute you and love you!!!


Monday, 5 September 2016

On a date and he farted

When I first arrived in Dublin, I felt like in a candy shop with the vast selection of men . I allowed the novelty to embrace me in every possible way, and more so when it came to being openly gay.

At the time, technology was not as advanced as it is now, therefore there were no iPhones or Grindr. We had and still have - two websites and I was an avid user of Gaydar because it was the most popular one for cruising purposes here in Dublin.

One afternoon, I was online, as you do when you are single and have certain biological needs - I was up for it, and I came across a profile of a hot guy. His face was nice, but his body, OMG, exactly what I needed get the picture.

Long story short, we got chatting and arranged to meet in his apartment in city centre. After exchanging a few pictures, I asked him that I would make it all the way from Blackrock to his place with the only one "condition" if he opened the door for me, topless and just wearing jeans. So he did.

I got there and he opened the door, I went in my mind "WOW". We sat down and started the flirting foreplay. At some point, I noticed he got very comfortable on the sofa we were sitting on and lift up one of his legs and all of a sudden, this big, loud fart comes out.

I could not believe it and I asked "Did you just fart"? He goes, very normal, "Yes, why, is that OK" and as I am about to answer, the smell was so eggy, that I nearly puked, and I said "No, of course, it's not OK". To make things worse, even more worst than the smell, he says "In Venezuela, people don't fart?" and I went "I beg your pardon! of course we do, but we don't do it in front of people and if by any chance we had to do it, we would use the toilet, hoping that is not as eggy as the one you just had"

He laughed and I said "I don't think it's funny" and I left.

In my defense, in this occasion it was me the victim of cultural barriers. It took me a while to understand that in some countries farting is as normal as mmmmm...imagine the sound and the smell.

Looking back now it is funny, but it was not funny at the time, and more so considering how smelly it was.

Moral of the story: On a date, not matter which country you are from, never fart. OK!


Sunday, 7 August 2016

Our Trip To England

Trevor and I in London around 11 years ago

Recently, John and I went to England. First we went to Hull to a Gay Wedding, a friend of mine, Trevor, married his partner of 14 years, Paul (this a topic for a future blog).

At their event we met wonderful, nice, interesting and sexy people. We spent 3 days in Hull, a nice city located in north England.

We had a great time in Hull, but as I said, I will tell more about it in a future blog.

Great gang of lovely people
Picture courtesy of Kazooieloki Photography 

The Happy Couple ; )

Picture courtesy of Kazooieloki Photography

Such a nice girl - Katie

Sexy Stevie, Katie's soon-to-be husband

Manchester, here the gays come

From Hull we traveled to Manchester, the travelling was an adventure in itself. I have never been to Hull or Manchester before, so the novelty exacerbated my excitement and joy.

In Manchester, we met with lovely people and it was such a wonderful experience spending time with  the wonderful Martha, Gemma and Sam. These 3 girls made out trip to Manchester very special. They made us feel super-welcome and spoiled us ROTTEN. Thank you girls. We love you and can not wait to go back to see you again.

Sam & I

Martha, John & Gemma

John, Sam & Martha

Martha, Me & Gemma

Gemma & John - Staying stunning

Martha, Gemma and Sam are part of Industry Model Management you can follow the agency on Instagram @industrymodels

Manchester's Gay District

The exciting part about going to the district was the we followed a gay TV series called Banana - Cucumber, based in Manchester and some of it was filmed in the gay district, so for me it was nice to visit and see some of the places showed in the program. Needless to say, we had an amazing, great-gay time in the area.

I would like to finish this blog by saying that I feel privilege to meet great people when I travel. It is so nice to have the opportunity to share with strangers beautiful moments that become wonderful memories. And I am happy to have met and seen all these fabulous people on Our Trip To England.


Sunday, 24 July 2016

My Latin Moves

I recently began what I call "My Latin Dancing Project" on Social Media, mainly on my Facebook & Instagram and I have to say I was not expecting the great reaction I have received. It's been fantastic!

 People are enjoying my dancing videos, to the extend that I have been asked in person, public and privately when am I going to post the next one?

Obviously, I am enjoying the reaction which is a motivation and inspiration to keep making them.

But what has been most surprisingly has been parents telling me they have played my dancing videos to their kids and they love it. There was this particular dad who told me "I had to play one of dancing videos to my daughter four times". Needless to say, I was very moved.

So thank you so much to all of you who is following my dancing moves.

I grew up dancing

I grew up listening and dancing to Latin music. My feeling is that dancing transports you to a happy place, giving you a sensation that life is a carnival - even if it's just for those minutes a song lasts. When we dance we feel "rhythm is gonna get us" - What a great feeling.

 My house was a house full of rhythm and my mum was the number one dancer in our house. I guess I inherited it from her.

I am writing this blog to tell you a little bit more about the two types of rhythm I have danced and published so far, they are Salsa and Merengue.

Salsa - My favourite one 

It is my favourite one because it is very dynamic and allows you to express the rhythm with your whole body.

This amazing rhytm is originally from Cuba. "It represents a mis of Latin musical genres, but its primary component is Cuban dance. The roots of salsa originated in Eastern Cuba (Santiago de Cuba, Guantanamo) from the Cuban son (about 1920) and Afro-Cuban dance (like Afro-Cuban rumba)." To know more about more this amazing rhytm, you can visit SalsaGente.

Tutorial video for beginners


It is a very contagious rhytm which is originally from the Dominican Republic. "It's a type of music and dance which has become a very popular genre throughout Latin America and also several major cities in the United States who hold Hispanic communities". To know more about it, visit Heritage Institute website 

Tutorial video 

You can watch all my dancing videos on my Facebook page Marlon Jimenez-Compton and Thank you for watching.


Thursday, 14 July 2016

Our First Wedding Day - Video

Wedding Invitation

               The video shows the beauty of our day and we'd like to share our amazing memories


                                                          Thank you for watching!


Sunday, 12 June 2016

Marlife - Over 27 Thousands Views Later

I published my very first blog the 18 of March, 2014
 under the title "Welcome to Marlife" and the reaction was very good, so exciting to say the least.

I began my journey as a blogger by recounting and telling people some of my life stories. I wanted to give people a real flavour of who I am, where I am from and what I am about. I wanted people to know I am an open book. I wanted people to know that when it comes to me, I can honestly say what you see is what you get.

Some people get me, some people don't, and that's fine. I can live with that because for me is supremely hard to pretend to be someone or something I am not.

So, yes, you can say I began Marlife as a platform to talk about my life.

I am very grateful to all those, my readers and curious people, who have given me the opportunity to share with you what I have to say about life and love and so many other things. Thank you!

Social Media has been a fantastic way to promote my blog. Every time I check my analytics, I get very excited to see I have readers in Australia, The USA, Venezuela, Canada, England, Germany, Spain and of course Ireland. This in itself is a huge motivation to keep going.

I am a people's person - I love people that's why...

To me, every reader count. To me, every click, comment, every reaction in any shape or form is very very meaningful because I am just a normal guy who is very passionate and sincere and honest and I am somebody who loves writing so so much.

At the time of writing this blog, Marlife has been so far viewed 27,590 times and to me this is a big deal.

I recently was told that somebody made a comment saying they felt Marlife lost its purpose, and I have to agree with that person because I never really had a purpose as such. My only purpose was to let people know who I am through my writing.

Now Marlife is a platform I use to write about anything, to publish any kind of content: jokes, funny stories, real life stories, life experiences etc etc etc. One thing I'd like to confess is that my blog will never ever be serious, all on the contrary, is and will always be emotional, sentimental and, yes, irreverent.

I do write about serious stuff, but all that material can be found on my LinkedIn Author's Wall - which you are more than welcome to check out.

To finish, I would like to say, once again, thank you so much for allowing me to share with you this exhilarating journey.


Sunday, 22 May 2016

Reasons Why I Don't Delete People From My FB

Social Media in general, and in this particular instance Facebook, is a great way to connect and communicate with family, friends, acquaintances and even strangers. Also, it is very important because now we have different outlets to express our opinions, views, desires, dreams, jokes etc etc etc.

Echoing Facebook's mission, yes, SM has made the world more open and connected.

The power of social media is simply undeniable.

As you might know by now, I love social media. I live on Facebook - which is my favorite one. I am an open book, and if you want or need to know anything about me and my life, you can check my Facebook and will easily find the answer.

I also use my SM to promote my writing - which I love, either from my LinkedIn and my blog Marlife. Therefore, yes, for me it is supremely important.

The reasons above are very valid, and that's why I am always on the look out to get new connections, new followers, new online friends. If I see an interesting profile, interesting for whatever reason, I would send a connection or friend request. I am doing this all the time. If my request is not accepted, I do not take it personally or get offended because I am not afraid of rejections of any type or form.

If I am the one who receives a new connection, follower or friend request, I greatly appreciate it, because it is another door open for me to share my life experiences and writing and things in general. Since I opened my Facebook, I have never ever deleted or blocked someone. The same with my other platforms Instagram, Twitter and Google+

And I will tell the reasons why - which is the core of my message in this post.

First of all, I personally find it extremely immature.

2) Because I value my connections, followers and friends for giving me the opportunity to share with them.
3) Because I am not a sensitive person therefore I am not easily offended by anything or anyone, at all.
4) Because I am not - and have never been - jealous of or threatened by the way people like to portray themselves on social media.
5) Because, as Psychology Today outlines "Unfriending is perhaps the ultimate passive aggressive forms of rejection that doesn't have a counterpart in the real world of relationships" and I am not interested in engaging in such behavior.
6) And Because I just simply love my online community.


Monday, 2 May 2016

Blow Job From Hell

Based on a true story...

It happened in Barcelona.

Two very handsome, well-built, tall Eastern-European guys traveled to Barcelona, Spain for a week away in the sun. Their intention was to have a good time and spend time together as friends. They haven't seen each other in a long time. One lives in Dublin, the other one in Slovakia.

Once they landed, a sense of freedom & enjoyment invaded them. They just wanted to have a "relaxing time". What they didn't know was that there was a Brazilian girl who was gonna meet their path to give them a "blow job from hell".

One evening, after spending the whole day in the sun at the beach, they got their tanned bodies dressed and went out to for a few drinks. They arrived to the famous "Las Ramblas", found a nice spot surrounded by trees, exotic people and beautiful girls. The perfect setting for a great evening.

And the story on folds...

After a good few, they decided to go for a walk to see area. They were a bit tipsy at this stage. As they walk, they spotted a group of girls gathered at a corner, one of the girls winked at them and they walked towards her, she introduced her "Hi guys, my name is Andressa" - she immediately asked them "Would you like to meet my friends?". The boys said "Yes" so she brought them to a lane way where there were two other sexy girls.

One of the guys said he found the whole thing a bit suspicious, but at the same time he was enjoying the adventure of being seduced by the Brazilian girl who had curvaceous figure, brown skin color, long black hair and big lips. A true Pocahontas.

His friend got chatting to one of the other girls, and the 3rd girl was the look out.

They were offered oral sex, and they had no hesitation to say "Yes"

Dicks out, mouths ready, the whole thing became like a set for a porn movie. Both girls on their knees performing a sexual act that was taking the two boys to heaven. "They were experts", one of the boys said.

Moans and groans could be heard, but the look out girl made sure nobody would come and see.

They boys ejaculated in the girls mouth, thinking it was more than mission accomplished.

Job done - one of them said "Bloody hell, that was deadly"

They finished, said good bye and continued to stroll around the area. They stopped by a pub to have another to relax after having reached such climax. Asked the barman for two Tequilas, when they went to pay, there was no money in their pockets.

The Pocahontas, not only sucked them dry, but bled them dry too, around 350 between the two of them.

Now that's what we can called "A very expensive Blow Job From Hell"


Sunday, 24 April 2016

Gays With Kids

I am an Instagram nutter. I think it's a great platform to publish our photos and short videos. I love it.
You can find all sort of pages, whatever you might be into, you will find a page for it on Instagram.

I recently found a page called @gays_with_kids and I fell in love with it. The pictures are, of course, cute, but also the stories behind every family are very interesting.

The page has over 15 thousand followers and nearly 800 pictures from gay parents around the word. I would like to share some of the pictures with you.

Aren't they just adorable?


Sunday, 17 April 2016

A Month Later...

  Time flies...a month already

John Norton, John, Alli McDonnell, Me and Amanda O'Sullivan

As you all know by now, as our life is displayed on Facebook, John and I decided to bring our Civil Partnership to the next level - Marriage.
We got married on March 18th, in the register office in Grand Canal.
Our witnesses were our fiends Amanda O'Sullivan and John Norton and we had a especial guest, Alli McDonnell.

We had a lunch and a party in Fade Street Social, a nice place who provided a great service. We had some family members, friends, some acquaintances, work colleagues. The atmosphere was very LOVELY. We were happy with the turn out who made the effort to join us to mark our super especial day.

                                                   We would like to say a BIG GAY...

Thank you so much guys for making our especial day even more especial  with your presence!

About to continue the journey of happiness

We recorded the ceremony in the Register Office and shared a funny video, too which you can watch on the links below

 Pictures taken by press photographer Mark Doyle