Long long ago, Colm Cee Liddy had a tiny pair of khaki underpants and wanted to grow up to be Tarzan. Then he switched to the Incredible Hulk. Then a rock star. Eventually, some kind of good sense prevailed and he accepted that these dreams were not realistic. He began to write a book. With a view to selling a million copies. A book such that people who read it would finish the last page and then go for a long walk to rethink the meaning of their lives.
Due to delightful but distracting domestic circumstances as well as pure bone-idle laziness, this particular book has not yet been written. In the meantime he is a spinner of mildly amusing yarns.
The latest Cartoon
And my best selling book of all... in places I've never been
40 FIGHTS BETWEEN HUSBANDS & WIVES (aka I Love you but...)
It’s a humourous account of married couples, all across the planet, throughout the course of history, having rows about everything that couples have rows about… sex, having children, not having children, whose turn it is to do the washing up, the family finances, the in-laws and in one case where the couple have a pet cat that gets killed in a very unfortunate accident, no one’s fault, just one of those things, well ok actually it is the wife’s fault, but the husband doesn’t dwell on that fact, doesn’t make matters worse by banging on about it, instead they argue about the correct way to dispose of the poor little fella’s remains.
Not Quite A Fairytale
Boy meets girl
in a car with three wheels
but instead of kissing they talk about frogs…
It’s about the search, which almost everyone goes through in their twenties, for THE ONE. Boy and girl in Dublin 1989, meet and have an instant chemistry, but for various reasons don’t get together as a couple. Instead they each go through a sequence of unsuitable partners. They eventually fall out over a pair of unlaundered socks and then years go by, criss-crossing to avoid one another on the city streets, before meeting in a hospital waiting room.