Years ago, I forged a reference from Jurys in Ballsbridge. I was heading to London for the summer after doing my Leaving Cert and intended to get any job, as long as it wasn't on the sites.
“Mummy, mummy, mummy, I want a Kit Kat.” “No, darling, you can't have a Kit Kat, have an apple instead.”
The Asian tsunami has refocused minds on Third World debt. Bono, politicians and aid workers have called for the cancellation of all debt and, in particular, the debts of tsunami-ravaged Indonesia, Thailand and Sri Lanka.
This article, like every other one in this newspaper and indeed almost every sentence in every book you read in English, will have been typed with a QWERTY keyboard, named after the first six letters on the top left-hand side of the keyboard.