Considering the title and the cover of the book, one is tempted to expect a book full of stories about being drunk, scoring girls and being hung over - since that's what the Irish do. And you do get those stories in case that's what you're looking for. Except that however, you get a lot more! It's also a very honest piece about the problems of getting on in a foreign country without a real plan, without real friends and on a low budget. Told in an ironic way, picked with satiric insights about the sick state of our generation. Everything written in a very special style. Short. Sentences. Is. The. Motto. A caricature of the Facebook/Twitter-generation's inability to communicate in a proper way? Could. be. All in all: a very funny and, if you read behind the lines, also very intelligent book about the search for one's dream and the attempts to live it.