Að þíða og þýða er ekki það sama. Gúgul Transleit, sem hleypur oft í skarðið á netmiðlum, fær frí á jólum og þá eru ráðnir þíðendur til að færa okkur slúðurboðskap jólanna með hjálp örbylgjuofnsins. Stundum er textinn ekki nógu lengi inni í ofninum og útkoman verður eins og misheppnaðar jólasmákökur. Þessi samlíking stafar af eggjunum sem minnst er á í viðtalinu en skila sér ekki í íslensku þíðingunni. Það er miður því Nanna benti á möguleika á matarpornói, þar sem“eggin“ liggja og sofa saman. Hér komast gullkornasafnarar í feitt.
„Peneople Cruz has opened up about motherhood, revealing that she will breastfeed her new daughter, Luna, until she is at least 13 months old. The 39-year-old actress, who stars on the cover of Allure magazine’s January issue, admitted that ‘[breastfeeding] is addictive.’
‘I was breastfeeding my son 13 months, and I plan to do the same with my daughter,’ she said. ‘It’s hard when the day comes when you have to stop.’
The stunning brunette, who put her freckles front and center for the magazine cover, gave birth to her son Leo in 2011 with her Spanish actor husband Javier Bardem. The couple welcomed their daughter, Luna, in July this year.
Life as a new mother has been especially rich with her best friend, Salma Hayek, whom Ms Cruz met on the audition circuit before they both rose to fame
‘She’s one of my best friends. We call each other huevos [eggs],’ she said.
‘It was because when we were working together, we didn’t have children yet, so we used to sleep much more than now.
‘So it was a way to call each other lazy. We slept in the same bed so many times and it was like she was always trying to wake me up and call me huevos.’
The Spanish actress, who stars in both the The Counselor and the upcoming Twice Born with Emile Hirsch, has also made headlines recently for her lingerie line, L’Agent by Agent Provocateur, which she created with her sister Monica.
Ms Cruz also directed a film for the line’s campaign.
The Spanish actress looked flawless last week as she stepped out on the red carpet to promote The Counselor ‘I did the whole casting myself. Some of the girls are two. Some of the girls are 50. I made sure that we had a couple of plus-size models. It’s like a celebration of all types of beauty.’ She credits her creative parents, and equally creative childhood, for her own creative success. ‘In my house every Sunday, everybody was cleaning the house. There was always music, and everybody was dancing, sometimes naked around the house. Not hippie, but very free.'“