New York State of Mindby Molly Muldoon
- Ground Zero ten years on
- Ten things my Irish mammy taught me
- Are Ireland and the Catholic Church finally getting a divorce?
- Casey Anthony from PA: 'I can't change my name, ladies and gentlemen’
- Casey Anthony’s shamrock tattoo - a response to reader reaction
"I know it sounds cliché, but I feel that Americans will re-build and I believe in that."
There is nothing like an Irish mammy and nothing better than their wit and wisdom. Inspired by the guys at TheLineIreland, who took to the streets of Dublin to ask people for what they learned from their mammies, I had a whip around the office and asked for some opinions.
1. “Sure who’ll be looking at ya anyway?”
There is no decency in vanity, stand tall and ignore the judgmental glare of others.
2. “Don’t leave the house without clean underwear, in case you get run over by a bus”
There were not many buses in Roscommon, but I knew what she meant. Hygiene is important and personal hygiene a must.