FAS KEEPS FORCING JOB BRIDGE INTERNS ON US, SO WE GOT OURS GEE EYED ON COMMUNION WINE AND SENT THEM OFF TO REPORT ON CATHOLICISM’S GLASTONBURY.
You wouldn’t think that Eilis O’Hanlon was bought up in working-class 70s west Belfast, the niece of IRA chief Joe Cahill. Part of a social group that was framed within the same language that she is now using against others.
Paul Bloof jumped off a ten foot wall some time ago, it left him in a wheelchair for a while. When you go from being a regular hyperactive sociopath to a wheelchair-bound invalid overnight suddenly you have a lot of explaining to do. The events have be recounted to one and all so the hows , whys and medical updates were uploaded to a blog site called Body Salami to … Read More
At home there was vitriol for Delaney, while the League of Ireland was in crisis, the President of the FAI was on another jolly, pissed up and making a show of himself in Sopot.
After mauling the face off one of our editors, that nymphomaniac beast Sex Panther had to be returned to his rightful owner. Meet our new holistic lifestyle, advice and counselling peddlers – the Session Pixies… Dear Session Pixies, How often should me dog be needing a shit? James, Rathmines. Well Now James, That would all depend on the canine in question, its digestive tract and the type of food … Read More
JOHN LEECH GIVES US A RUN DOWN OF SOME OF THE THINGS THAT PISS HIM OFF AT IRELAND’S LARGER BOUTIQUE FESTIVALS LIKE THE ELECTRIC PICNIC.
I am the Minister for Constipation, I shit you not, so put that steering wheel on a haemorrhoid and call me a pile driver.
Club photography is integral to Dublin’s nightlife. However the day of an Ian Dickson capturing an event in one classic photograph has given way to the amateur-pap with a Nikon strap draped around their neck machine-gun shooting through the night. Theo Weatherall rues the ascent of the Facebook photoset and demise of the iconic club shots.
It’s true that all sorts are on social welfare. They practically let anyone sign on. Which, is often wonderfully amusing as Georgia Corcoran finds out.