31 thoughts on “How Much?

  1. rotide

    Jesus, OMGWACA on broadsheet. They’re not going to like that.

    Mind you, the waca’s are even more reactionary than bs with bonus amounts of ‘Huns’ and ‘you go girl’, its probably a match made in heaven

    1. moel

      yeah i was wondering when it’d get the BS treatment. there’s another phd for beefcake Mercille in there, with the class hatred and whatnot

        1. moel

          have a look at the facebook group. it’s been going since the boom years and basically started off as a bunch of D4 baby barristers looking down their noses at culchie arrivistes

          1. ahjayzis

            Tooooootal bull.

            It’s

            A. Affectionately meant and self-deprecating and

            B. It’s mostly autobiographical and not point-and-laugh

            It’s culchie girls and men who identify as culchie girls poking fun at their own culchie ways ye dzzzzope ye.

  2. medieval knievel

    looks more like a paul costello dead wooden board than a living wooden board.

  3. Joxer

    okay maybe i am being thick but what is it for? is it a shelf? something to present canapés on? stick two bits of rope to it and make a swing?

  4. Junkface

    Ha ha ha! Thats living the Paul Costello way alright, what a scammer! How much does he charge for some dust?

  5. Sheik Yahbouti

    Clever and apposite BS – coming immediately before an article on a skilled sculptor in wood. The world really will be a better place when people get over their obsession with ‘designer’ goods.

  6. Mulder

    It is clearly a plank.
    Given the fact it be on sale in lovely Dunnes, may be quite apt.
    Also there are many planks in Ireland in all sorts of unusual places, all over.
    Not just RTE.

  7. Mark Dennehy

    60 euro for a piece of timber you’d pay somewhere around seven euro for in Chadwicks (assuming you bought ash or something similar; make it fourteen if you bought oak).

    Well, you can’t be snorting cocaine off the posterior of a lady of negotiable virtue in a hotel in Florida if you go around selling things for their fair value I suppose…

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