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"Room to Improve": The Late Late Show - Friday 21st May 2021.

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  • Registered Users Posts: 71,574 ✭✭✭✭Welsh Megaman


    Till tomorrow night, my leedle European chooms!

    URE-O-VEESH-ON!

    Nos da :)


  • Registered Users Posts: 435 ✭✭Toastytoes


    Did she not just say earlier those who shout loudest are forgotten. Now saying those who shout loudest get most. While I am sorry for them and I know a few carers they seem to me woe is me I can't have the life I want

    They’re just asking from support from the relevant authorities for help for their children. Christ, who would swap places with a parent in their position, as if being told your young child is going to die isn’t enough you have to fight for even the most basic supports to help that child even wash in safety. Where is the compassion for people, for young kids? I can only assume you’re not a parent yourself. That could be anyone of us in their position, thank whatever god you believe in if your kids were born healthy because it could so easily not have been the case.


  • Registered Users Posts: 1,237 ✭✭✭forumdedum


    Not calling the prize winner again, odd and could be perceived as crooked like a Credit Union draw for a car.

    Yes this has been very odd


  • Registered Users Posts: 2,739 ✭✭✭Pelvis Parsley


    ShagNastii wrote: »
    I know we joke about Tubridy being a vampire for misery.

    But Every. Fecking. Week!!!! Come on!!!

    Oh I don't joke about it-I'm absolutely serious.

    The man has a problem.


  • Registered Users Posts: 508 ✭✭✭The DayDream


    Not calling the prize winner again, odd and could be perceived as crooked like a Credit Union draw for a car.

    Lol at my credit union the guy who won the last draw works in the credit union as a teller. I thought employees would be barred from entering those type of contests usually. The previous winners were all people with loads of money (probably lots of shares too) who didnt need a car.

    On topic: painful painful show to listen to, I ahd to turn it off. Listening to mothers whinge about their children's conditions does my head in, I know that sounds awful especially in this case but I'd be lying if I said otherwise. I definitely don't want to watch a talk show about it.

    When you watch a good talk show like, say, Conan O'Brien or Graham Norton they are funny and interview interesting people that are relevant and current. The Late Late does neither. Ryan is about as funny as a backfist to the balls and the guests are barely famous.


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  • Registered Users Posts: 10,679 ✭✭✭✭martingriff


    Toastytoes wrote: »
    They’re just asking from support from the relevant authorities for help for their children. Christ, who would swap places with a parent in their position, as if being told your young child is going to die isn’t enough you have to fight for even the most basic supports to help that child even wash in safety. Where is the compassion for people, for young kids? I can only assume you’re not a parent yourself. That could be anyone of us in their position, thank whatever god you believe in if your kids were born healthy because it could so easily not have been the case.

    The first lady yes it was who son was it. At the very end she mentioned she lost her life. But the 2nd unless Ryan asked a specific question (the only time I will praise him) it was about her, she wanted a baby she is exhausted, she has no life, she has no career. It just sounded like she was looking for that accessory of a kid to say look I am single successful and can raise a kid and now is sad she was robbed.

    I said nothing of no other careers or special needs kids so I don't see how you got what you said. I may have no kids but I know a lot of people with kids a few with special needs as I am disabled myself (luckily a whole lot milder then other with what I got) and none would have spoken like the 2nd lady.

    1 couple I know just lot there 30 year old son which they were carers to and would not say a bad word about the last 30 years like she did


  • Posts: 0 [Deleted User]


    Till tomorrow night, my leedle European chooms!

    URE-O-VEESH-ON!

    Nos da :)

    Is Wales not entered?


  • Registered Users Posts: 81,085 ✭✭✭✭Atlantic Dawn
    M


    Is Wales not entered?


    They need Wexit first :D


  • Registered Users Posts: 25,420 ✭✭✭✭sligojoek


    They need Wexit first :D

    BWexit


  • Registered Users Posts: 379 ✭✭Tilden Katz


    I don't like this 'oh I never took a sick day' I'm great BS.

    It's just luck. When you're very sick you won't be able to work. It's only chance how healthy you are. Not some great act of will power.

    THANK YOU! It really annoys me. Like it makes one morally superior. Getting seriously ill only has to happen once. For some it happens younger than for others. And it happened to Gay when he was elderly. It’s hardly the biggest shock for somebody in their late seventies to get an illness.


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  • Registered Users Posts: 2,592 ✭✭✭Brian Scan


    walshb wrote: »
    CJ who?

    Chap can barely speak a fooking word a English!
    walshb wrote: »
    Pia?

    Wtf is going on with these edgy too kool for skool names?

    walshb wrote: »
    Tubridy and his book recommendations..

    Quit the BS, Ryan. You are not a bookworm no matter how much you try to insist to people that you are..
    walshb wrote: »
    Loads of avid readers as dull as fooking dishwater..

    And as thick as two planks!!
    walshb wrote: »
    Seriously, why not don’t talk about it?

    Everything these days seems to be tell tell tell..

    Is nothing just personal and private anymore?

    I heard today on the radio about people posting online pics of their vaccine certs..

    Wtf is wrong with people and their incessant urge for attention and approval?


    What is wrong with people that they're triggered by the smallest things?


  • Registered Users Posts: 1,398 ✭✭✭Finty Lemon


    The CJ Stander interview was awkward, awkward TV. His wife clearly did not want to be part of the festival of cringe.


  • Registered Users Posts: 2,739 ✭✭✭Pelvis Parsley


    The CJ Stander interview was awkward, awkward TV. His wife clearly did not want to be part of the festival of cringe.

    And Tubridy still got a death in. (Anthony Foley).


  • Registered Users Posts: 9,454 ✭✭✭mloc123


    The CJ Stander interview was awkward, awkward TV. His wife clearly did not want to be part of the festival of cringe.

    We have got a surprise for you here .... It is your wife on zoom, because we assume you have not been able to zoom her in months.


  • Registered Users Posts: 8,239 ✭✭✭Pussyhands


    mloc123 wrote: »
    We have got a surprise for you here .... It is your wife on zoom, because we assume you have not been able to zoom her in months.

    He said he already facetimed her that day...yet he still burst into tears.

    CJ knows how to play the crowd.


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