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Looking for an idea for dinner tonight?

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I mean:

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Take two cod loins, lash them onto a baking tray in a little olive oil, then in a bowl, thrown in some breadcrumbs, crushed garlic, mixed herbs and salt & pepper, throw in some olive oil until it becomes a paste, then spread it onto the fish.

Bang it in the oven on gas mark 7 for 15 minutes and PUCKAAAHHH!


Here’s Leo, who was just on the show:

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Bit much if you ask me, a bit much.


The best thing about Fade Street (apart from CiCi’s hangover voice, Dylan St Paul’s catty remarks, MOD’s catty remarks, Sue The Editor’s stilted speeches, Vogue’s DJ career, Diarmaid’s inappropriate touching-up of the ladies, Paul, the constant plugging of Stellar magazine and Blink PR, the funny looking lad from Kid Karate, Vogue’s acting career, the rapidly-forged friendships for the sake of introducing a new character) is the boys from tattoo shop, Dublin Ink.

They’re a bunch of tattoo’d fuckwits who take no shit from dizzy birds from Wexford who want to get Captain America painted on her ass. They tell it like it is – and it’s usually shut the fuck up. They spend their evenings on bikers slappers nights – free in before midnight, and last week on the radio, I proposed that they get their own show.

Now? There’s a pilot:


So excited is Doyler to be appearing on the big show tomorrow, he’s taken to touching himself in the shower while looking charming in our direction:

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That’s right, Ireland’s most beautiful bastard 2003, 2004 & 2006* is in tomorrow.


*2005: Twink.


Not my finest moment, here are some pics of the wreck that is my car. Bear in mind that this happened just from parking. PARKING. Enjoy!


A load of people were wondering where to find that very funny clip of the Korean kids repeating back Derry slang to their teacher.



Well, walking up the stairs or seeing your privates without a mirror is a challenge for fat people, but this one is a little more exciting, especially if you’re in Dublin.

The lovely people at The Edge in Clontarf are taking on two out-of-shape, post-Christmas flabbies (like me) and training them for free for twelve weeks.

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It’s called the Formation challenge – and they’ve asked yours truly to help judge the written entries. How am I qualified to judge? I’m not. But if you write something funny or interesting, you’d probably have a better chance with me. You can win by sussing all the details on The Edge’s FaceBook page.


Good luck!


It feels like the only thing that ever appears on this blog is links to stuff I write for

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See what I mean?