Thanks Tumble Williams
Free at last.
Bottler and Kathleen Lynch following their lift ordeal at Grangegorman hospital earlier.
Earlier: Gwan The Bottler
Picture by Mark Stedman (by kind arrangement with Photocall Ireland)
According to Want China Times, the North Korean government has released a range of 28 approved hairstyles for citizens, which it regards as “the most comfortable” and presumably most resistant to the corrupting effects of capitalism.
The list of 18 acceptable female hairstyles show North Korean women are given more choice in their coiffeur after they wed. Approved styles for single women are simple but married women are permitted to indulge in a few extra stylistic flourishes. This also has the useful effect of establishing whether a woman is married or not at a glance. If you like it, then you should have put some curlers in it, to paraphrase Beyonce.
Men are somewhat more restricted, with only ten styles to choose from and a longer list of rules to follow. The hair of the country’s young men should be less than 5 cm long and they should have a haircut once every 15 days as longer hair apparently takes away nutrition from their brains.
They’re not bad in real life.
Love/Hate’s Aoibhinn McGinnity and Peter Coonan would like you – very nicely – to register for Darkness Into Light which takes place on Saturday May 11.
Darkness Into Light, supported by Electric Ireland this year, is a fund raising walk in aid of Pieta House the suicide and self harm crisis centre and will be held in 20 locations around Ireland.
To register and view locations click here.
OK Peter, please stop smiling like that.
(Thanks Tara Walsh)
(Sasko Lazarov/Photocall ireland)
Built in the boom.
Some even involved architects.
Thanks Alex McLeod