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Title : Isn't it well for ye? The Book of Irish Mammies
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ISBN : 9781848271487
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 236 Pages
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Isn't it well for ye? The Book of Irish Mammies Reviews

  • Amanda - Go Book Yourself
    2018-12-30 02:54

    Everyone in the world knows (or should know) that there is no mammy, like an Irish mammy.while were at it, its MAMMY. Not Mum or mom or any of the craic. Although Ma is also acceptable. Only an Irish mammy knows that:If you go out without your coat on you will catch your death!If you go out with a wet head you will catch your death!If you leave the immersion on the electricity bill will literally go through the roof! So turn it off!Tea or tae as its known in our mother tongue, should be another food group on it own.For any non Irish person dating (or courting as she'd call it), marrying, or having any contact with a person who has an Irish mammy, this book is an essential survival guide!

  • Josephine (Jo)
    2019-01-03 03:55

    I have had this book for ages and it is simply the funniest but truest list of things Irish mothers do and say. I intend to read it again soon and then I will update the review. I will just say one thing, I do and say a great many of the things in the book and my daughter thinks it very amusing. When did we stop asking if the clothes were aired properly? When did it become o.k. to go out with wet hair?

  • Leah
    2019-01-08 07:09

    First off, thought the concept was an excellent idea. Funnily enough, I had never come across the 'Twitter sensation'. It was an easy enough read, but that being said, i found myself reading it-but not really taking in a lot of it. Some of the quotes did remind me of 'an Irish mammy'- but then again some were crnge-worthy (although I don't know, maybe there ARE irish mammies who DO say these things!) There were a few laugh-out-loud moments, but ultimely I'm glad I didn't actually buy this book (it was a gift). Good enough for a quick, light read.

  • Edelita
    2019-01-07 06:54

    I didn't find this book very amusing. Tiresome old cliches rolled out again and again, often quite cringeworthy. I think everyone from Pete McCarthy (McCarthy's Bar) to Des Bishop (comedian) has made the immersion joke, in one form or another (Pete McCarthy did it best!).There was nothing very original or particularly funny in this book.Maybe I'm resorting to stereotypes myself here but I feel this book wouldn't apply too much to Dublin mothers. Possibly because of the lack of strong language and insults!

  • Joanne
    2018-12-29 09:12

    This book managed to jog so many fond memories. The 'Fierce Hi-Tech' chapter reminded me of when I went to live in America and my own Irish mammy got me to teach her step by step how to email. That was fine but I completely forgot to put in the step about the space bar so I would receive strings of letters which I would spend an age deciphering! I loved this laugh out loud book. It's a must read for anyone with an Irish mammy. (I should mention that my mother was in her late 70s then so good on her!)

  • Sherry
    2019-01-01 04:19

    It's well-written and very entertaining, and certainly throws a lot of light on the Irish Mammy - I wanted to give it more than 3 stars, but my heart breaks when I think how I feel about being Mammied when I'm 38 years old, so I can't click "really liked it" or "it was amazing" because that's just not how I feel after reading this bitter-sweet exposition of an undeniable part of Irish culture. I'll drink to the Mammies letting go a bit once the kids hit 30!

  • Rashers Tierney
    2019-01-07 01:02

    Forget tiger moms and the long-suffering Jewish mother, Irish mammies know all about inducing guilt and spurring their offspring to make their mark on the world. These incredible warrior queens are philosophical, all-seeing beings--and awe-inspiring leaders in times of need and danger. Essential reading for all who seek to know the Irish mind..

  • C.A.
    2019-01-20 09:15

    Quite an amusing book.

  • Martha
    2018-12-22 01:20

    it was like reading about my and all my friends "Mammies" mixed together. Scarily a saw a lot if me there too!

  • Mary
    2019-01-14 07:54

    Well sure it was a great little bookeen.

  • Sinead
    2019-01-03 02:53

    Loved it! My mother had read it before me and had adored it. After reading it I know why - she truly is an Irish Mammy!!