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In The Name of Jaysus! - Stuff That Drives Irish People Round the Feckin' Bend - cover

In The Name of Jaysus! - Stuff That Drives Irish People Round the Feckin' Bend

Colin Murphy

Publisher: The O'Brien Press

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Summary

Ever lose the head when the country grinds to a halt after two centimetres of snow?

 
Do the parish-pump politicians, perennially pathetic health services and practically useless road signs drive you to drink?

 
Are all these and a million other maddening quirks of Irish society sapping your will to live?

 
In the Name of Jaysus is a hilarious rant about all things exasperating, irritating and downright infuriating in Ireland today. If you’re Irish – or if you just live here and have to endure our traditional manner of doing things arseways – then, in the name of Jaysus, this is the book for you!

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