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50 People Who Fecked Up Ireland

  • £8.99
  • Ref. 11155

  • A lighthearted look at Irish culture
  • Excellent cameos of the Irish people
  • 288-page paperback

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50 People Who Fecked Up Ireland (Code 11155)
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In 50 People Who Fecked Up Ireland John Waters reveals the self-delusion, bravado, cynicism and conceit of Louis Walsh, Bono, Ian Paisley, Pope John Paul II and many other famous and infamous Irish men and women. Paperback.
288 pages.

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Entertaining read
Bought as a Christmas stocking filler, so didn't read myself. Seemed a little wordy, but from what I could tell is an entertaining read.
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Prompt delivery, in time for Christmas, excellently packaged.
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Feckers by Jihn Waters
A Christmas present, and was received well. There was hilarious laughter every time it was picked up.
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Feckers
very funny
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Beryl Blow
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Bought as a stocking filler, looks good
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Beryl Blow
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50 people who fecked up Irelandd
Book is for a Christmas present so I can't comment on the product rating.
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Funny
Bought this as a gift for our Irish friend who found it very funny.
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Phil
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Feckers by Jihn Waters
A very funny book - the author made a 'Paddy' from a Pole, Karol Wojtylla, i.e. a pope Jean Paul II and etc. The rest written with the same level of 'authority'.
I'm afraid that the author likes his guinness too much.:)
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