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The 2 Johnnies' massive success has taken them as far afield as Sydney, Compton and Abu Dhabi. But for them nothing compares to living in Ireland. And in C'Mere and I Tell Ya they dig into the tastes, habits and rites of passage that have made them who they are.

Whether it's:

  • dressing for the debs ('I'd say my cravat was the talk of Templemore for weeks')
  • succeeding in a band ('I did backing vocals for six months and it turned out I was singing the wrong lyrics')
  • doing a Strictly fundraiser for your GAA club ('Remember you're not Julia Roberts and the local butcher isn't Richard Gere, so keep it in the pants')
  • recognizing the no-go moves at a stag ('Nobody wants to see a sixteen-stone man in a pink thong. Nobody')

Johnny B (O'Brien) and Johnny Smacks (McMahon) capture it perfectly. And they have down-to-earth advice for every conceivable situation - and a few inconceivable ones.

C'Mere and I Tell Ya is a one-stop celebration of Irishness, chicken goujons and being sound.

©2020 Johnny McMahon, Johnny O'Brien (P)2020 Penguin Audio

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  • Bo Last
  • 01-11-20

Podcast fans this is a must listen

If your a fan of the podcast this is the only way to enjoy this book. As it is absolutely brilliant from start to finish and will have you laughing as we’ve all been though the situations talked about. Nothing beats the memories of the buses to the Munster final.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 27-01-21

Great crack

Great crack.. Worth a listen to get. You between podcast each Monday...i would recommend it

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  • Andrew S.
  • 22-01-21

Similar to their podcast

I don't mean to bash the lads. Two gents, who are doing great work, but if you've listened to all of thier podcasts you'll have heard all of the story's.
Nothing new, Sorry lads.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 18-01-21

brilliant

very funny book and was brilliantly read by the 2 Johnnie's, read in a very natural way. felt like they were just chatting and not reading a book. very impressed

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  • Anonymous User
  • 23-11-20

Brilliant

Fair play lads, this brought back so many great memories of growing up in Ireland, especially during the boom. Would highly recommended, very well laid out and very funny, several laugh out loud moments!