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The Last of the Irish Males

Joseph O'Connor(Autor*in)
Headline Book Publishing
Erschienen am 1. Februar 2001
Buch
Softcover
312 Seiten
978-0-7472-6947-2 (ISBN)
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O'Connor shares his insights into an array of universal topics, such as: Interpersonal Communication: On successful chat-up lines; Electronics: The Irish Male Rides Into Cyberspace [On Net Sex]; Literature: There's One Yawn Every Minute [On book awards]; Women's Studies: The Irish Male -- A User's Manual; International Book Fairs: Fondling Foreigners in Frankfurt; Nutritional Science: Tongue-Fu for Beginners - Food and Sex; Comparative Studies: Is Football Actually Better Than Sex ; British Geography: The Beautiful Norf [Exploring Finsbury]



So join the Irish Male's on his final heart-stopping ride towards the dawn of the new cyberia. Because God knows -- he needs your company.
 
O'Connor shares his insights into an array of universal topics, such as: Interpersonal Communication: On successful chat-up lines; Electronics: The Irish Male Rides Into Cyberspace [On Net Sex]; Literature: There's One Yawn Every Minute [On book awards]; Women's Studies: The Irish Male -- A User's Manual; International Book Fairs: Fondling Foreigners in Frankfurt; Nutritional Science: Tongue-Fu for Beginners - Food and Sex; Comparative Studies: Is Football Actually Better Than Sex ; British Geography: The Beautiful Norf [Exploring Finsbury]

So join the Irish Male's on his final heart-stopping ride towards the dawn of the new cyberia. Because God knows -- he needs your company.
Joe O'Connor was born in Dublin. His non-fiction collections THE SECRET WORLD OF THE IRISH MALE and THE IRISH MALE AT HOME AND ABROAD were hugely popular. Between 1989 and 1997 he was Auxiliary Bishop of Mullingar.
Joe O'Connor was born in Dublin. His non-fiction collections THE SECRET WORLD OF THE IRISH MALE and THE IRISH MALE AT HOME AND ABROAD were hugely popular. Between 1989 and 1997 he was Auxiliary Bishop of Mullingar.