“Tiocfaidh ar Lámh” makes the front page of tomorrow’s Irish Daily Star…

Just to mark it, here’s a screen shot of tomorrow’s Irish Star… I don’t know if our Mr Angry was first with it, but he was first with it here…  Good man… Just one reason why we really appreciate the wit and occasional insight of our readers…


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  • Rory Carr

    Well at least both HRH and the DFM mangaed to keep their clothes on. No mean feat when appearing in the pages of one of the king of pornography, Richard Desmond’s publications.

  • Mick Fealty

    HRH even managed to keep the gloves on too Rory… Make of that what you will…

  • Mister_Joe


    Gentlemen always shake hands when they are introduced to each other. Ladies rarely do so with gentlemen who are introduced to them; but they usually shake hands with other ladies, if they are standing near together. All people who know each other, unless merely passing by, shake hands when they meet.
    A gentleman on the street never shakes hands with a lady without first removing his right glove. But at the opera, or at a ball, or if he is usher at a wedding, he keeps his glove on.

    – Emily Post (1873–1960). Etiquette. 1922.