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Getting all steamed up over hot topic; steamie life.

Byline: Libby McArthur

When a bunch of women get together scantily-clad in a steam room and talk dirty, it is nothing but good clean fun.

This week's subject was sex and elderly people. Steamie Some having seen me in Only The Lonely by Anne Marie Di Mambro. life In which Sadie, who is in her 70s, is still planning to get her, "end away".

The idea of this wee wifie and her plans for a night of hanky-panky had my bathing biddies plying me with stories of passionate pensioners. When one asked her granny after she got married again in her 80s, if he kept her back warm at night, she answered, with a glint in her eye, 'And then some'.

Then there was the sort of sad story of the wee woman overheard on the bus talking about her man who revealed: "I just thank God he doesn't bother me doon there anymore."
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Feb 9, 2013
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