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‘We’re southsiders … We’re nice to your face, then say stuff about you behind your back’ – Irish Times


Irish Times

‘We’re southsiders … We’re nice to your face, then say stuff about you behind your back’
Irish Times
My son thought it would be a good idea to have sex with the woman while we were on his stag in Estepona – and whatever magic he worked on her in the back of that Citroen Picasso, she’s ended up taking a serious shine to him. I’m like, “Ro, can you not

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‘Look me in the eye, Rosser. Did you hab sex with my wife that neet?’ – Irish Times


Irish Times

‘Look me in the eye, Rosser. Did you hab sex with my wife that neet?’
Irish Times
“God,” I go, “the last time I saw you, you were being dragged into the back of a police van with your son in Estepona. ” He’s like, “Thee broke me watch, so thee did. The one Melissa got me for eer tortieth wedding addiversoddy.” “But you weren’t

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‘I stop seeing them as criminals, and more as a normal family, like the Kordashians’ – Irish Times


Irish Times

‘I stop seeing them as criminals, and more as a normal family, like the Kordashians’
Irish Times
I’m there, “It was good crack, wasn’t it?” because it actually was? Estepona turned out to be a great spot. No one was hospitalised, no one was arrested and Ronan got to see four of what they call The Big Five – the ex-pat Irish criminals the gordaí

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‘I stop seeing them as criminals, and more as a normal family, like the Kordashians’ – Irish Times


Irish Times

‘I stop seeing them as criminals, and more as a normal family, like the Kordashians’
Irish Times
I’m there, “It was good crack, wasn’t it?” because it actually was? Estepona turned out to be a great spot. No one was hospitalised, no one was arrested and Ronan got to see four of what they call The Big Five – the ex-pat Irish criminals the gordaí

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‘Ronan, I’m still terrified of you being sucked into that world of guns, drugs . . . non-rugby nicknames’ – Irish Times


Irish Times

‘Ronan, I’m still terrified of you being sucked into that world of guns, drugs . . . non-rugby nicknames’
Irish Times
Ine going to Estepona. Enda stordee.” I decide it’s time for me and Ro to have one of our famous father-son chats. “Okay,” I go, “I’m going to be honest with you, Ronan, I’m still terrified of you being sucked into that world.” “What wurdled?” “The

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‘Ronan, I’m still terrified of you being sucked into that world of guns, drugs . . . non-rugby nicknames’ – Irish Times


Irish Times

‘Ronan, I’m still terrified of you being sucked into that world of guns, drugs . . . non-rugby nicknames’
Irish Times
Ine going to Estepona. Enda stordee.” I decide it’s time for me and Ro to have one of our famous father-son chats. “Okay,” I go, “I’m going to be honest with you, Ronan, I’m still terrified of you being sucked into that world.” “What wurdled?” “The

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