Baby Goose Always Takes His Ladies to Disneyland

Huggalos rejoice, it’s a Ryan Gosling story! So Canada’s hottest export, that snuggly bundle of politeness and butterscotch pudding, Ryan Gosling, was recently spotted canoodling† with Eva Mendes, his co-star in the upcoming Place Beyond the Pines. Word on the street is that she could be Baby Goose’s new girlfriend, because he took her to Disneyland, and that’s totally his move. “Hey, girl. Lemme see those C-cups on the teacups, nah mean?” -From the upcoming Baby Goose/Channing Tatum body swap comedy.

Paparazzi snapped the “Crazy Stupid Love” heartthrob, 30, getting smoochy at the California theme park with sexy Eva Mendes, 37, his co-star in “The Place Beyond the Pines,” in which they play husband and wife.

I’ve been sad ever since Baby Goose broke up with fellow talented, adorable Canadian Rachel McAdams, so it’s hard to see him with another woman. My God, they’re both so cute, their baby would’ve come out covered in glitter and Lucky Charms marshmallows. But at the end of the day, all I really want is for Baby Goose to be happy.

The head-turning couple — both sporting baseball caps — were spotted over the weekend playing games, going on rides and wearing 3-D glasses. According to Us magazine, Mendes even fed Gosling “churros, cotton candy and corn on the cob.”

(*Eva Mendes feeds Baby Goose a churro*)
“Mmm, I’ve never had Mexican food before! Haha, interracial dating is super neat. Here, girl, sample the cuisine of my people.”(*feeds Eva Mendes cotton candy*)

But this isn’t the first time Gosling has turned to Disneyland to romance a smoking-hot actress. In 2010, Gosling and Blake Lively spent an evening at Disneyland’s Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlor. A year earlier, Gosling and “2 Broke Girls” star Kat Dennings spent the day at Disneyland. [TheDaily]

Hey, girl. I’ll apologize for not making you feel like the only girl in the world, but not for loving bumper cars and ice cream. I’m not a player, I just hug a lot.

†That’s gossip rag talk for “hanging out with.” Personally, I think it’d be a way better word if it meant “riding in a canoe.”