Posts Tagged ‘kids’
If you're one of the ignorant eejits who thinks "autistic" is just a fancy-schmancy word for "creative genius", then you're going to love this exploitative creature.
The Dark Knight may Rise, but who's there to tuck him in? No one, explains Kev McLean, who knows exactly why there are so many supervillians in Gotham.
Three teenagers try to get by in the French and Belgian countryside, but have a penchant for inviting trouble upon themselves. A freeze frame account of reckless youth, dyed hair, gateway drugs, misanthropy and chili sauce.
At the Easons relaunch in Cork we snatched a few words with Rachel Allen, who sets Baked Alaska on fire, Alex Barclay, for whom writing has become much-needed therapy, and Derek Landy, who hates farming.
Childless? Impressionable? Not sure where babies come from? This woman wants to watch you bone.
In the second instalment of Jenny Foxe's emigration diary, she talks packing, empty shelves, and the emotional weight of all that stuff...
Jenny Foxe is emigrating in July. In her first Ramp.ie emigration diary, she reflects on family history repeating, and explains how it's the little things, like empty spice jars, that make her pause for thought.
What do you do, if you don’t want to raise your children in an area where underage drinking and hard drug use are the norm, where girls are expected to get pregnant and host house parties, and boys are expected to brawl their...
We kissed a virtual girl, spent virtual hours virtually wooing her, and virtually consummated our virtual union, and we liked it.