coade

Coade – Understand

Photographer Mick Quinn writes:

“‘Understand’ is a song from a father to his son. The video features real life Irish  fathers and sons…”

*phones da*

Mick Quin Photography

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    1. Mick Flavin

      Mani, it’s not your fault.
      It’s not your fault that we can never be sure exactly which member of Kajagoogoo is your dad.
      It’s not your fault.
      It’s not your fault.

      *not for the first time hugs a weeping Mani to ample bosom*

      1. Mani

        Why is the music so bucolic?
        I will never understand
        The rhyming scheme here is so chronic
        I will never understand
        The music dated, flaccid penis
        I will never understand
        The video gave me diabetes
        I will never understand

  1. the good helen

    ok, that actually brought tears to my eyes. It is lovely. Made me a bit sad, seeing the older ones, as it kind of makes me realise that they grow up, those little boys grow up :-(

      1. the good helen

        NOOO!!! it doesn’t.

        they are beautiful and sweet when young. You don’t have much control over what they do when they leave the nest..waaaaaaaaaaa waaaaaaaaaaaaaa

        1. Mani

          Extract from HSE Report into the abuse by Mrs Helen Good:

          After repeated attempts to gain access to the family home, the social worker finally convinced the Gardai to get a warrant. Once inside the house, they were horrified at what they found.

          She had removed all the furniture from inside the house. A giant structure, made from what appeared to be scraps of clothing and wood. Gardai heard wailing from inside and noted three small naked children shivering in the corner, being tended to by an adult female, wearing a gown of feathers. Startled, the woman turned around, wide-eyed and said ‘welcome to our nest’. At this point the social worker fainted when she noted that, not only did the woman appear to have no teeth, the ‘gown’ she was wearing was in fact sewn into her skin. ‘Your just in time for dinner!’ shrieked the bird-lady, turning to her screaming brood and vomiting copiously into their gaping maws. ‘Eat up, my lovelies. It’s chicken dippers!’

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