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A former hooker today issued a heartfelt plea to Irish men.

Just work on your social skills, maybe wash more regularly and buy some new clothes.  Then you may not have to pay for sex.

The ex-hooker, now prominent in Limerick business circles, is blunt about life’s realities.

When I worked as a hooker, I took such a pounding, I might never get over it.

Every time I worked, men punched me, lay on top of me grunting and sweating, called me filthy names and generally disrespected me.  My nose has been broken so many times, I’ll never get my looks back.  When people see me in the street, they lower their voices and point.  I know what they’re thinking.  Once a hooker, always a hooker.

You might think I don’t feel it, but behind this hard exterior, it hurts. If I hadn’t found my new vocation, I might still be lying under a heap of those filthy unwashed men with no social skills.

Father Jerry Flannery

  14 Responses to “Reformed Hooker Tackles Limerick Prostitution”

Comments (14)
  1.  

    It’s best to keep your mouth shut and be deemed a fool than to open it and remove all doubt.

  2.  

    Flannery is correct .Most blokes hav’nt a clue about personal hygene, how to dress etc.The state of some of them during the sunny weather with their sweaty gaa tops and shorts that they found in an old gear bag under the stairs. Lads, it does not cost a fortune to get some decent clothes these days.TK macks is on your doorstep. Also get in to the shower and use a bit of body spray/deodarent. It aint rocket science.Smarten up, you might get lucky.

  3.  

    Or alternatively, become a well-known Munster and international rugby player with your own pub. That should do it.

  4.  

    Much easier have a wash and do a bit of shopping…dont ya think ?

  5.  

    Hey bock, who are you? done a whois and see its protected, you are spurting some serious deflamatory stuff here, also your probably breaking the new Blasphemy laws as well wonder who will be the first to identify and nail you.

  6.  

    Very serious deflamatory stuff indeed. Your’re deflaming him, Bock. His pilot light has gone out.

  7.  

    Highly deflamatory. I’ve met my match.

  8.  

    I like how ingeniously John Flannery disguised his name in #5

  9.  

    I hope nobody thinks that knob-end was Jerry.

  10.  

    Hi John, I know who he is

  11.  

    I see you’ve met your match Bock.

  12.  

    Yeah, but I feel lighter for it. Of course, it might be an old flame trying to rekindle a spark. Who knows? I have no burning desire to find out.

  13.  

    He didn’t use the opportunity to denigrate the unfortunate girls the original story referred to.
    I compliment him on that.

  14.  

    May be his business is under pressure from the ladies of the night outside his premises, they could be tempting many a customer from his pub, or even after having a few beers for dutch courage in his pub in asking them ladies of the night for a “Good hard shag”…
    Then again that parking sign with the red-light trading hours is outside his establishment…

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