Bridge tumbling down on food
I’ve had occasion to interview a professional rugby player precisely once in my life – Gordon D’Arcy, who was, as they might say in the corridors of Blackrock College, a terribly nice chap. “He doesn’t really want to talk about rugby,” his PR had told me beforehand, which suited me down to the ground, as I know as much about that particular game as George Hook knows about fashion....
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