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Overheard In Dublin Lol

Author : Gerard Kelly
ISBN : 9780717164370
Genre : Humor
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A city of half a million, in 140 characters or less Overheard in Dublin is back with another riot of wit, wisdom and suspect logic, this time with the vast majority of the contributions drawn from the site’s wildly popular Twitter account. Fans young and old will love this hilarious new collection. Get ready to laugh once again - you'll be LOLing in the aisles! Overheard at the McDonald's drive-thru on Naas Road. The cashier shouts to his manager: ‘Are we allowed to serve customers on horses?’ A guard is searching a young lad at Oxegen. Guard: ‘Do ya have anything on ya that ya shouldn't?’ Lad: 'Yes, me da's socks!' On a Ryanair flight to Stansted. Girl: ‘Excuse me, flight attendant, can I have a Diet Coke with no ice!?’ Flight attendant: ‘Want a little umbrella in there too, princess?’ Join the conversation on Twitter @OverheardinDublin.
Category: Humor

Overheard In Dublin Rides Again

Author : Gerard Kelly
ISBN : 0717145417
Genre : Humor
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More Overheard in Dublin: another 500 quotes from the ever popular website... Taxi driver complaining about Taniste Mary Coughlan: 'I didn't like her when she sung either!' ___________ I was on the Luas last August, and was standing next to these two Cork guys. Guy #1: 'Did you hear that some celebrity was stabbed yesterday?' Guy #2: 'What? Who? What happened?' Guy #1: 'Well, they were out with your woman Reese ... Reese ... Reese ... Whatsername?' Guy #2: 'Witherspoon?' Guy #1: 'With a spoon? No, with a knife! You can't stab someone with a spoon!' _____________ I was flying back from London recently, when we landed the steward makes the usual landing announcement over the intercom and finishes with: 'If you've enjoyed your flight with us, please tell your friends, if not, tell them you flew with another airline.' _____________ Sitting in an antenatal class and the midwife starts explaining about when the baby is born. She is going through how your partner is asked to cut the cord and a youngish Dublin girl interrupts her. She asks if this is when you can ask for an 'inny' or an 'outty' belly button. Needless to say the midwife has to check that the girl is being serious. All of us other women have to try not to look at each other and hold in our giggles as the girl defends herself saying she thought you could choose!
Category: Humor


Author : Joe Joyce
ISBN : 9781909718609
Genre : Fiction
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Christmas, 1940.France is under German control, Britain is in danger and the United States has yet to join the war. Ireland, meanwhile, has succeeded in staying neutral - so far.Reports of a British troop buildup in the North have raised fears that Ireland is facing an invasion by its neighbour. And Germany's bombing of Dublin early in the new year suggests Berlin is trying to send a message, but the meaning is unclear.Paul Duggan and his colleagues in G2, the intelligence unit of the Irish army, have to decipher Germany's intentions fast: any miscalculation could be fatal. One man who could answer their questions is Hermann Goertz, the chief German spy in Ireland, who has been on the run for almost a year. Finding him is imperative.Meanwhile, Duggan is also running an undercover operation spying on German fliers interned in Ireland when they're out on parole. Planned as a routine operation, it turns out to be anything but - and changes Duggan's life dramatically.Dublin shines through Joyce's prose as his characters play a diplomatic chess game to keep Ireland out of the war. You won't be able to put down this thriller until you reach its heart-wrenching finale.Echobeat is the second book in the Echoland series, which features Duggan, his Special Branch friend Peter Gifford, and a cast of political and intelligence operators in Ireland during the treacherous days of the Second World War.
Category: Fiction

The Dublin Magazine

Author : Seumas O'Sullivan
ISBN : UCAL:B3357915
Genre : English literature
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Category: English literature