Monthly Archives: March 2013

Tips for Landlords: The Do’s and Dont’s of Letting

Living and renting in Dublin city centre over the years I have repeatedly come across s variety of common mistakes made by landlords when looking to let properties. The first in a series of posts, I have listed below some … Continue reading

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In BOD We Trust

After a disastrous Six Nations for Ireland, I thought it would be worth sharing something positive. As you might expect, that revolves around the greatest Irish rugby player ever and one of the all-time greats. Enjoy. Via JK FAN

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Ultimate Golf FAIL Compilation

Its always great to combine two personal favourites – FAILS and sports. See below a nice collection of golf fails from the good people at clipnationdotcom

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Flanagan and Wallace, our version of Dumb and Dumber?

This morning, while cleaning cat vomit off the cooker, I heard a story on Newstalk Breakfast that made my blood boil. It involved our favourite comedy politician. That man is Luke ‘ming’ Flanagan. He is one half of our Laurel … Continue reading

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February 2013 Fails Compilation

Seeing as its nearly a Bank Holiday weekend, we give you clips of other people suffering. All thanks to the good people at Monthly Fail Compilation

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What a different a week makes……And other rugby musings.

What a difference a week makes! The end of this year’s 6 Nations is in sight. It has been a tournament of 7 halves so far, with one game against a tough Italian team to finish next week.

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The Kidney chronicles (part 2)

Here we go again. The Kidney chronicles have taken another interesting/maddening twist this week. Before we get into this, I want to say again that I like Deccie. I think he is a great coach and a really good manager … Continue reading

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