The poor old English get blamed for a lot of things in this country, most unfairly but some is justified. The Irish were a randy bunch back in the day until Queen Elizabeth and the gang stopped all the fun.
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As a celebrated singleton friends frequently inquire if I ever get bored of the endless stream of meaningless one night stands.
I had the pleasure of attending a fundraising Fashion Show in the beautiful G Hotel last evening.
Galway is well known for its love of festivals, nowadays its also garnering a reputation as the gastro capital of Ireland.
Twitter turned ten recently and I more than most have thoroughly benefited from its creation.
The similarities between looking for somewhere to live and dating are actually remarkable when you think about it.
Valentines Day is rapidly becoming one of the most dreaded dates on the calendar as it reminds forlorn single women of their hopeless lonely plight.
Male grooming is finally starting to come out of the dark ages, but not without a fight.
Every so often I like to give in to the desires of a young lady and actually go out with her.
Death, taxes and awful traffic in Galway are just some of the certainties in life.
An insatiable player or a hopeless romantic, there’s a very fine line let me tell you.
Predictable outcomes, no spark, going through the motions for the sake of it, one sided affairs.
In my capacity as Galway’s man about town it’s imperative that I keep fully up to date with all the new developments in the local social scene.
“The more you know the more you know you don’t know” its one of my all time favourite sayings and something that I keep being reminded lately.
Taking the Biscuit The first question most people ask once they’ve discovered my pre-eminence as a dating expert is, why are they single?
I read an interesting article in the excellent Daily Edge this week on the eleven best first date pubs in Galway.
Since EL James published her infamous trilogy the comparison between the male lead and myself have been drawn regularly.