Hope Ur Ok Hun: A Hilarious First Book from Ireland's Favourite Mickey Money Hun

Hope Ur Ok Hun: A Hilarious First Book from Ireland's Favourite Mickey Money Hun

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By (author) Guo Hun

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  • Publisher: Blackstaff Press Ltd
  • Format: Paperback | 160 pages
  • Dimensions: 110mm x 176mm x 16mm | 100g
  • Publication date: 1 September 2014
  • Publication City/Country: Belfast
  • ISBN 10: 0856409308
  • ISBN 13: 9780856409301
  • Sales rank: 364,204

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'I sweyour I shud have stopped Ri Ri from watchin' my Big Fat Gypsy Weddin. How de fuk am I s'posed to pay for dis Communion - de allowance has been got rid of an' Ri Ri's da is in de Joy. Even if he was here, Priz Feechurz wud be about as much use as a nun in a hooer howse. Irregardless, I want me princess to have de best Communion ever.' Since Hun first posted on Facebook in March 2013, she's become an internet sensation with over 57,000 followers and thousands of likes and shares. If you haven't met her yet, brace yourself! She hates the nosey pass-remarkabels on her estate in Fingerless, she's not talking to her ma and now she's got Ri Ri's Communion to deal with...#kantkope If you're a fan of Ross O'Carroll-Kelly and Roddy Doyle, you'l love this hilarious first book from Ireland's favourite mickey money hun.

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I'm a single muddur wit two angles, me li'l prince Tyrone an' me li'l princess of power Rihanna. Dey're me world. I have a sister called Whitto an' her princess is called Jazzo. Me besto is Tiffney. Luv nights out wit me girlos but ye can't beat a night in wit a bottle of veeno an' a masso curdy. I luv me curdys an' takeaways. We're protected by de Karma Chameeelion - he watches over me an' me angles. Follow Hun on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hopeurokhun and Twitter: https://twitter.com/HopeUrOKHun

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'...reads like Roddy Doyle for Generation Snapchat...' - Ed Power '...a spoof working class Dubliner novel that comes off a marriage of Mrs Brown's Boys, The Commitments and someone having a meltdown on twitter...' - Irish Independent -- Ed Power Irish Independent Insider