Wednesday 24 May 2017

How to be a New Man

These are difficult times for Irish men
These are difficult times for Irish men
'Bread-crumbing is where you pay just enough attention to someone to keep them interested'

Pat Fitzpatrick

Bad news, guys: You're to blame for everything. You're struggling to find your place in modern society. You're wrecked after cycling 100km every Sunday, because that's what men do now. Pat Fitzpatrick looks at the lay of the land in these difficult times for Irish men, with advice on how to ward off sly digs from feminists, what to watch on telly, why ex-Kerry footballers could save our souls, how to satisfy the ladies and much, much more

The Stiffy

How's your erection? This is obviously not something you can talk about in public, because Irish men are still inclined to giggle when talk turns to 'himself'. Over-sharing Americans have no such problems when it comes to discussing their manhood. That's why they're all talking about something called Stiff Bull Coffee.

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