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  • What happened in his childhood?we didn’t learn any background story




  • bigpink wrote: »
    What happened in his childhood?we didn’t learn any background story

    His mother was a addict and she died of an over dose. He spent seven years on foster care!




  • His mother was a addict and she died of an over dose. He spent seven years on foster care!

    Oh I was wrong so I thought his family raised him
    Prob better off if the mother had problems so




  • bigpink wrote: »
    Oh I was wrong so I thought his family raised him
    Prob better off if the mother had problems so

    I think that was the set up anyway. Well that's the impression I got.He did spend a good bit of time with the grandmother.




  • Think posters are being harsh on him. He's young, but at least he's doing something with his life.

    If it doesn't work out for him that's tough but he won't have any regrets.

    Yes they come across as a bit immature but I'd say they're a little star struck at the minute.

    Hopefully it works out for them


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  • He has the absolute head of a knacker but seems a nice chap




  • I thought he was coked out of it in the beginning but maybe that's his personality, disappointed that Lucy didn't bring up all the trouble he had with the law, 11 convictions for road offenses alone.

    Overall he seemed to have had a tough life and to be where he is today is amazing he must have something that directors like.




  • Barry Keoghan to play Shane MacGowan in a biopic




  • 11 convictions?scumbag so




  • bigpink wrote: »
    11 convictions?scumbag so





    I know his last offence was in Kerry a couple of years ago, he wanted to run into town to get a takeaway and took a car he wasn't insured on hardly call him a scumbag for that , stupid yes but hardly a scumbag ,

    He got a few offences for that driving without a licence, driving without insurance, failure to produce licence and failure to produce insurance at a later date, then he failed to turn up for court or have anyone turn up on his behalf, so got charged for that on the two accounts,


    That's about 6 offences at least for the one incident, they can add up very quickly ,


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  • bigpink wrote: »
    11 convictions?scumbag so

    At least he's seems to have straightened himself out.

    There are a lot worse walking the streets to be fair




  • Weird Q but would 11 convictions cause hassle for him getting into the US? Or are road traffic ones not a bother?




  • I know his last offence was in Kerry a couple of years ago, he wanted to run into town to get a takeaway and took a car he wasn't insured on hardly call him a scumbag for that , stupid yes but hardly a scumbag ,

    He got a few offences for that driving without a licence, driving without insurance, failure to produce licence and failure to produce insurance at a later date, then he failed to turn up for court or have anyone turn up on his behalf, so got charged for that on the two accounts,


    That's about 6 offences at least for the one incident, they can add up very quickly ,

    The best way to avoid these offences adding up is not to offend. What's complicated or complex about that? To offend once may be regarded as a misfortune; to offend twice looks like carelessness. 11 times?




  • SAMTALK wrote: »
    At least he's seems to have straightened himself out.

    There are a lot worse walking the streets to be fair

    True i only know what I saw of him last night but there is big hype over him




  • Drifter50 wrote: »
    This episode is tragic, you would think Lucy would try to put a bit of structure in it but its lust all over the shop


    Oh... you saw the camel toe also ??? :D;)




  • I think he is an incredible talent. probably the best that ever came out of Ireland if he is given the roles. Don't understand some of the posts here other than snobbery. Lucy needs to spend less time fixing her makeup, whats that about.




  • I think he is an incredible talent. probably the best that ever came out of Ireland if he is given the roles. Don't understand some of the posts here other than snobbery. Lucy needs to spend less time fixing her makeup, whats that about.

    I only knew him for a year or so when he was in school, but there's nothing fake at all about him. He's a nice lad. So is his brother.




  • I think he is an incredible talent. probably the best that ever came out of Ireland if he is given the roles. Don't understand some of the posts here other than snobbery. Lucy needs to spend less time fixing her makeup, whats that about.

    Saoirse Ronan is a number of orders of magnitude better.
    Granadino wrote: »
    Weird Q but would 11 convictions cause hassle for him getting into the US? Or are road traffic ones not a bother?

    For supposed celebrities they seem to have no problem doling out visas.Big studios will have extravagantly well paid immigration lawyers on retainer to iron those things out.

    For others that might want to actually contribute to society it's a lot more hassle.

    Almost all the slack he gets is because of his very strong "perceived knacker" accent. It's a damn sight better than this man who I'm sure has no convictions at all.





  • ted1 wrote: »
    I thought it was brutal..

    I did as well, really bad, but I was lambasted for my opinion as Chris Nolan is a god in the eyes of many. It’s like a lot of cinema these days, hype train and nobody seems to know what’s good or bad. He was ****e in it as well.




  • bigpink wrote: »
    11 convictions?scumbag so





    I know his last offence was in Kerry a couple of years ago, he wanted to run into town to get a takeaway and took a car he wasn't insured on hardly call him a scumbag for that , stupid yes but hardly a scumbag ,

    He got a few offences for that driving without a licence, driving without insurance, failure to produce licence and failure to produce insurance at a later date, then he failed to turn up for court or have anyone turn up on his behalf, so got charged for that on the two accounts,


    That's about 6 offences at least for the one incident, they can add up very quickly ,

    Driving uninsured could ruin another person financially


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  • robert6920 wrote: »
    The best way to avoid these offences adding up is not to offend. What's complicated or complex about that? To offend once may be regarded as a misfortune; to offend twice looks like carelessness. 11 times?



    That's my point to get 11 convictions you may only need to offend twice as they stack up multiple charges for each offence , As I explained the 1 stop in Kerry got him at very least 6 charges,


    Again I agree it's careless and being a bit of a god****e but I would not call him a "scumbage " because of it,




  • The hate in here is mad

    He's just doing what any other youngfella who got a bit of money people slagging his clothes ffs get a grip with yourselves




  • Deirdre O'Kane is on tonight.




  • deisemum wrote: »
    Deirdre O'Kane is on tonight.

    I thought she was taller and funnier :o




  • I have never 'gotten' Dee OKane….
    Seems sound enough, but I think Lucy is funnier than her!




  • Couldn,t watch this episode. Deirdre O,Kanes voice does my head in .




  • SAMTALK wrote: »
    Couldn,t watch this episode. Deirdre O,Kanes voice does my head in .

    Id say you hate Gogglebox then !!! :D




  • greenspurs wrote: »
    Id say you hate Gogglebox then !!! :D

    ?

    Dont watch it . Don,t get sitting on couch watching people on telly sitting on couch watching people on telly :D




  • SAMTALK wrote: »
    ?

    Dont watch it . Don,t get sitting on couch watching people on telly sitting on couch watching people on telly :D

    I meant, OKane does the voiceover on it :)


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  • I am not surprised at the lack of interest in D O Kane. I am not a fan of D or Lucy, I reckon it must be a very insecure life, trying to make a living out of it, especially when her husband is also in the industry. I read somewhere that a lot of comedians can suffer from depression that with the extreme highs it takes to perform there are equally extreme lows after. I didn't find any of the so called celebrities interesting n this series, wont miss it!


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