From quirky anecdotes to raging about local thugs to the latest Strictly gossip - you can't keep Gail on one topic for more than a minute before she's off to the next.
So it's a good thing the mum-of-one - and wife of political activist Tommy - is putting her gift of the gab to good use with the appropriately named Gail's Gab.
She's the Evening Times' latest online celebrity columnist, makes her debut today ... and it's fair to say readers don't know what they're in for.
Gail said: "I hardly know myself what I'm going to be writing about. Basically, it's going to be whatever's ripping my knitting.
"I'm going to tackle topics that are in the news but it won't just be all current affairs.
"I'm obsessed by Strictly Come Dancing so if there's something I need to say about that then that's what the column will be on.
"You'll just have to wait and see."
Whatever Gail chooses, it's sure to be lively.
The 49-year-old has some strong opinions - and she isn't too shy to share them.
But she also promises to keep husband Tommy, the former MSP, who was released from prison last year after serving a year for perjury, guessing with her columns.
"My opinion isn't always going to be Tommy's opinion," she said. "I will admit, we do normally think the same about things but that doesn't mean I'm worried about disagreeing with him.
"People aren't going to be reading Tommy's view - this column is going to be all about me. I'm going to be Mrs Selfish."
With our Community Champion Awards and Streets Ahead campaign, the Evening Times is a paper that values communities.
And Gail supports that tradition - not only is she chairwoman of the parent teacher council at her daughter's school, she also chairs the local community council and is heavily involved in her church.
As well as keeping herself busy in the community, Gail's also helping raise cash for Maggie's Cancer Care by taking part in a Strictly Come Dancing-style competition.
And in between practicing her Argentinian Tango, Gail's keeping everyone on their toes guessing what her first topic is going to be.
She has plenty of material to choose from. Just moments in Gail's company and she's off - talking about that time a world-famous photographer turned up in her garden.
"I just thought he was some wee old man and offered him a cup of tea. And it was Harry Benson," she said.
"He was taking my picture and he kept saying, 'Jackie O would hold her head like this', and I thought he was taking the mick out of me."
Then there's her Hallowe'en decorations that see kids come from across the community to play trick or treat.
Gail's column will be up online at www.eveningtimes.co.uk every Tuesday.
She added: "The thing about the Evening Times is that it's part of Glasgow. I love the community stuff the Evening Times does.
"I'm really proud to be involved in the paper and I can't wait to see my column up online. Though yes, I am nervous.
"But we'll just have to wait and see what happens."