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The End Orphans – embodying the phrase “Love us, hate us, just don’t ignore us”, these guys are clear-cut embodiments of the glam rock era. Performing on Balcony TV Brisbane, the band are tooled to the hilt with guy liner, long hair, kiss t-shirts and look like extras from that Tom Cruise movie Rock of Ages. This is no bad thing if you’re in the centre of a mosh pit hearing it all from comically oversized amps. Glam Rock was at its heart an over the top thrill, filled with guitar [...]
ASOS – probably the name given to a website after an SOS nearly had to be sent to Ulster Bank after I discovered the sale section. After spending a ridiculous amount of money on raincoats (well, I was always told to save for the rainy day…) I was half expecting the IMF to take over my bank account. As I patiently wait for the Secret Millionaire to step into my life, I have compiled a few innovative ways of making money in the recession.
Every day as I battle college registration forms, get told that my Ebay insertion fee is rising and collapse into puddles of tears upon realisation that the Centra 1 litre bottle of Smirnoff deal isn’t real, I think back to when we were young, a time when life was easier and the only worry in the world was the fear of my mammy giving out about the mud on my light up Pocahuntus runners. When my bum looks too big in that knock off dress I bought on ASOS and [...]
Each year when the new licence plates are printed, the first one of each county goes to the mayor of the city. However, next year the mayor of Dublin’s license plate will read 13-D-1. The mayor is not happy about this. And he is not alone.
Lovers of cult comedy Flight of the Conchords rejoice- the boys are back. “Feel Inside (And Stuff Like That)” is the brand new charity song from the New Zealand comedy duo. It was made to raise money for Red Nose Day’s Comedy to Cure Kids.
A young man who has officially run out of opinions on every topic ever, has voiced his regret at wasting them all on Twitter. Pascal Manfold, 25, says his constant tweets on the most mundane things that have ever happened to anybody are to blame for his current situation.
Girls, we all dream of finding our Prince Charming and settling down to marry him in our palace coated with gems and gold… Or do we? Are there some of us who want the bad boy? The one who wears a leather jacket and rides a motorcycle a la James Dean?
Due to dwindling funds, I will not be attending Electric Picnic this year. I am incredibly bitter about it, and dislike everybody who is going. But, I’m trying to create a good energy around me, so that karma will take notice and provide me with a cash windfall so I can go. So, karma, here goes- my guide for all you lucky picnickers on who to see at EP.
The Bellmen. Check them out. I could end the review here but I suppose I better keep going.
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