Póg Mo Stone and Other Cork Blarney!
'The definition of a true Corkman is someone who would go into a revolving door behind you and come out in front of you'. Through stories, jokes and anecdotes, this book illustrates that the humour of Cork reflects Ireland's colloquial wit at its best.
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