Category: WWN Guides

WWN Guide To Awkward Chit Chat With The In-Laws

CHRISTMAS cheer will count for nothing when you lock eyes with your in-laws over the holdiays, as there is no escaping the fact there is always that silent, telepathic exchange which seems to say ‘I take your daughter on regular trips to Funkytown, in fact it’s our favourite destination’. Solutions for avoiding such awkward exchanges… Read more »

WWN Guide To Giving Up Keith Barry

IT SEEMS like everyone these days is trying to cut down on Keith Barry. His addictive personality and charm has conquered thousands of people over the years, leaving many users pining for more high-octane mind hacks, hypnotic escapades and neurolinguistic programming techniques. Just how does one give up such a man? Follow our step-by-step guide:… Read more »

WWN Guide To Creating The Perfect Echo Chamber

NOTHING says “I’m right” quite like the resounding support from your social media audience, who you’ve hand-chosen to be the perfect echo chamber for your every thought and notion. But while the clever ones among you will have blocked, muted and whittled down your Twitter or Facebook audience into a group of people who will… Read more »

WWN Guide To Preventing World War III

IT HAS come to our attention that there is quite a lot of tension building up between the world superpowers with many reputable news publications like the Daily Mail, Irish Mirror and the World Weekly News hinting at a third instalment of the planet’s World War series. In lieu of this fact, we have carefully… Read more »

WWN Guide To Changing A Baby

PARENTHOOD can have its ups and downs; the sleepless nights, sterilising bottles, constantly worrying for someone else apart from yourself, it can really take it out of you. But the one thing every parent hates doing is changing their baby. Thankfully, we have put together this handy step-by-step guide to help you through this very… Read more »

WWN Guide To Proper Bus Etiquette

ONE Does not simply use public transport in Ireland in any old fashion they please, there is a strict set of guidelines as to how you should behave while on the bus (and to a lesser extent, the train) in order to maintain the smooth running of the network. Listen and learn: Greet your driver,… Read more »