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  • Published: 1 October 2007
  • ISBN: 9780141902074
  • Imprint: Penguin eBooks
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 304
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Should Have Got Off at Sydney Parade



Ross O'Carroll-Kelly thought he knew all he needed to about women's bodies ...

So there I was, roysh, in a state of basically very blissful ignorance, when suddenly Sorcha's up the Damien and I have to listen to, like, women's stuff.

And now he's getting a biology lesson he could have SO lived without ...

I am telling you, roysh, I never even knew nipples could crack and I was very happy not knowing it. I mean, all I knew about the whole scenario was six seconds of seriously good loving, and now I'm basically expected to be an expert on how to, like, breathe like Dorth Vader and deal with baby turds.

Sometimes, life just isn't fair to the babe magnet supremo ...

This is SO not good for my rep - but do you think Sorcha even, like, cares about that? Not focking likely!

  • Published: 1 October 2007
  • ISBN: 9780141902074
  • Imprint: Penguin eBooks
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 304
Categories:

About the authors

Ross O'Carroll-Kelly

Ross O'Carroll-Kelly is a man of the people-if the people are basically birds and drop-dead focking gorgeous. Because life is short, roysh, so you can't fock about with, like, rolling mauls, you've got to head straight for the line. Which is second nature to a try-scorer like me, given my ball-handling skills. How the hell did I get so lucky? Focked if I know.

Ross O'Carroll-Kelly is the author of several bestselling books including; The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-DressShould Have Got Off at Sydney Parade, and This Champagne Mojito is the Last Thing I Own.

Praise for Should Have Got Off at Sydney Parade

Quite simply, the sharpest writer of fiction in Ireland today - and I'm talking totally

IRISH MAIL ON SUNDAY

Hilarious and acerbic as ever - ripe and outrageous material

IRISH TIMES

Quite simply, the sharpest writer of fiction in Ireland today - and I'm talking totally

IRISH MAIL ON SUNDAY

There's a razor sharp edge to Paul Howard's satire on modern Dublin

IRISH EXAMINER

Un-focking-missable

IN DUBLIN

Hilarious

SUNDAY WORLD

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