Yeah, no, I bought a racehorse, but it's not for Honor - it's for my old school's honour.
All the posh schools have a horseracing syndicate. Why not Castleknock College?
A trip to Center Porcs leads to an encounter with one of Sorcha’s frenemies.
There's barely a day goes by when I don't think "God what I wouldn't do for a condom and a time machine". But that's parenting.
What the fock? Did the old man pay someone to fake a video?
The Rossmeister is struck with a sudden case of FOMO with just one phone call.
Being fired as godfather is making him teary - so is the breakfast beer...
Sorcha's was served on a VHS copy of Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
‘According to Fionn, it makes me guilty of a thing called “cultural appropriation’’’
The old dear thinks the old man has lost his marbles. He’s set up a vlog.
Baxter’s rightful owner has shown up, and Honor’s not giving him up without a dogfight.
A letter from Munster Rugby leaves Ross's old man pacing the floor.
The third and final excerpt from 'Schmidt Happens', the eighteenth novel in Paul Howard's 'Ross O'Carroll-Kelly' series.
The second of three exclusive excerpts from 'Schmidt Happens', the eighteenth novel in Paul Howard's 'Ross O'Carroll-Kelly' series.
The first of three exclusive excerpts from 'Schmidt Happens', the eighteenth novel in Paul Howard's 'Ross O'Carroll-Kelly' series.
In an extract from his new book, Schmidt Happens, Ross O’Carroll-Kelly has taken on his toughest job yet – coaching the Facebook tag rugby team for their annual summer match against Google.
Ross doesn’t like what he sees when he visits Ronan at work for some lunchtime pints.
The dog is for the chop until Ross channels his inner rugby captain.
Christian is horrified to find his Wagyu steak looks tougher than Billy Vunipola.
A d******d of a smoke alorm ruins Ross’s night and leads him to a surprising discovery...
Ro learns how to handle found goods, from the master, Hennessy
The old man got more than he bargained for when he bought a Lambo at a Cab auction
I have to remember to treat them all equally, even though one of them is clearly never going to play Leinster Schools Senior Cup rugby due to being basically half-blind.
My daughter had previously told me that being seen to care is a sign of weakness
‘Do you know how embarrassing it is to live in Killiney and have to drive stick shift?’