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Hello, Dia Duit, Hola, Bonjour, Konnichiwa, Scraic?, Well…

Posted on Monday, July 19th, 2010 by Nicky O Grady in Booze, Featured, News, Reviews, Tutorial, Uncategorized

Now that I have your attention… ahem,
Good night to you. I am Nicky but you can call me Nicky. You might know me, You might not. I’m sure you are dying to hear my story, where and how I have been and what i’m doing for the greater good but I would hate for you [...]


Hectic Ramblings

Posted on Sunday, June 20th, 2010 by Graham Delaney in Art, Booze, Featured, Movies, Music, News, Reviews

WELL!
Welcome to Hectic Ramblings! This is basically Shit We Love without a shit name and a whole year later. I’ve decided to put a more free flowing structure and whatever comes to mind is going to be thrown down. THUNDERCUNT. Grand.

RAMBLINGS ON THE TUBE

This clip is from the show “intervention”.His family have enough of him [...]


Shit We Love 2

Posted on Saturday, September 12th, 2009 by Graham Delaney in Art, Booze, Movies, Music, Reviews

Well hellooooooooo thar! Welcome to the second installment of Shit We Love! First things first thanks for making it the most viewed post on pts.com! Almost makes working for ye cunts worth it! Okay this time around there’s gonna be the same old shit that’s SO sweet it will leave you in [...]


Shit We Love

Posted on Thursday, August 27th, 2009 by Graham Delaney in Art, Music, Reviews, T-shirts

Are you as bored as an antsy nun? Pointless as an albino birdwatcher or just have nothing to do for the next 5 minutes? Well sit the fuck down because we sift through the shite movies, sit through the rick rollings, suffer countless paper-arse-cuts from rubbish books to bring you the coolest shit that you [...]


Museum of Broken Relationships

Posted on Tuesday, August 18th, 2009 by Jo O' Brien in Art, Reviews

“The Museum of Broken Relationships” doesn’t paint the happiest picture and I had expected blood stained suicide notes accompanied with the song “Hurt” on repeat but I’m glad to say, I was pleasantly surprised. Instead of the dungeon like room I had envisioned, it was all natural sunlight and bright wallpaper.


Stags and Hens Review

Posted on Thursday, July 30th, 2009 by James in Reviews, Theatre

I’ve always been drawn towards devious theatre’s productions. My first experience with one of their shows was “Cannibal! The Musical” back in August 2007. I spotted one of the posters around Kilkenny for it and it lured me in immediately. Visually, they drew such a tangent to the usual shite you see slathered around on notice boards and in windows that it garnered a deeper look.


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