25 thoughts on “Anything Good On Liveline?

  1. millie st murderlark

    Your: eg. Your hat is nice. May I eat it?

    You’re: eg. You’re a complete bucket of a human.

    It’s not that hard!

    1. missred

      Not to mention the penny’s that is apparently across the road… what is there belonging to to the penny I wonder?

      1. millie st murderlark

        I stand by my point re you’re -v- your, though.

        Every child is taught this in primary school. It’s pure laziness (and a touch predictive text).

  2. Spaghetti Hoop

    No. Teach people to get dressed for the day. Clearly that part of their upbringing was missed.

    1. Rob_G


      It’s weird that a hairdressing salon would even need to specify that people should get dressed to avail of their services, but these are the times we are living in, I suppose.

    1. curmudgeon

      Why people term life long welfare recipients “working” class I’ll never understand.

  3. axelf

    I do love the, possible urban legend, of the woman in the dole office who refused to pay out to people wearing pyjamas as they clearly weren’t available for work.

  4. f_lawless

    What raises my eyebrow slightly higher than pyjama wearing, is the current trend for wearing ultra-thin lycra leggings. Every body contour on view. I was at the local primary school recently and noticed even two of the teachers wearing them. I get it that as a man, it’s not for me to judge the appropriateness of it, but I ‘m just curious- what’s the attraction? are they ultra comfortable?

    1. Bertie Blenkinsop

      Truth be told, I only wear them when I’ve a free gaff but… Yes, they’re delightful.

    2. SOQ

      The current trend of lycra infused clothing is both male and female. In some male cases, you can have a pretty good guess as to their religion. If you told them they must wear silky skin tight trousers they would laugh at you- then they trot off to a local sports store to buy small.

      Still, it’s better than the hammer time nappy trousers from about ten years ago. Although some South Dublin wiggers clearly never got that fashion memo.I blame TK Maxx myself.

        1. millie st murderlark

          You must. An enlightening experience.

          I walked into my mam and dad’s house last weekend to find my dad in a pair. An equally enlightening experience, though in a very different way.

  5. Papi

    Was in a supermarket queue once and the lady in front of me paid for her groceries by fishing hot coins from her very ample bosom area and plopping them right in to the less than pleased cashiers palm. Very warm day too it was so you can imagine the moistness.

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