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'Women are there for cleaning, cooking, washing and sex': The week in quotes

Here’s what was said and who said what this week.

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I think women are there for sex. Every night. Hard sex. Women’s there for cleaning, cooking, washing and sex. They’re not to put a head-guard on and get punched in the face. Although, I must say, Katie Taylor’s done extremely well and she once punched Frankie Gavin up in sparring. All jokes aside, that’s my opinion on women, but I’m just… eh… a sex maniac.

Boxer Billy Joe Saunders came under fire for his comments on women.

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Why are you smiling? You won’t be smiling when I gouge your eye out with this bottle.

This was said to a tourist was assaulted in Dublin city centre just hours after arriving in the city, The Herald reported.

26/7/2013 New Water Meters Source: Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland

Even in Greece, where they have tremendous issues, they pay for their water services.

The words of Ervia boss Michael McNicholas.

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An apology at this point in time is utterly meaningless and entirely self-serving.

Ruairí Martin, the father of a three-year-old girl who suffered cerebral palsy at birth, lashed out at an apology from Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital Drogheda.

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Why did it fail? Because it didn’t succeed.

Identity Ireland’s Peter O’Loughlin on why his previous party, NIP, failed.

2/7/2013. Abortion legislation Voting Takes place Source: Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland

I don’t know what’s in the account at the moment but it’s not actually somewhere in the region of €11,000. It could be far far higher than that, it could be less. I don’t know.

Renua’s Billy Timmins wasn’t 100% sure how much money his party has.

Chris Brown Source: Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File

Please, please, let us leave, please.

Chris Brown really wanted to be allowed to leave the Philippines.

Labour leadership contest Source: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

In fact she looks the same weight as the Duchess – about 8st – though when I ask she slaps me down with a raucous ‘f*** off!’, adding quickly: ‘Don’t print that.’

The recollection of Mail on Sunday journalist Simon Walters on asking British Labour Party politician Liz Kendall’s about her weight.

Greece Financial Crisis Source: Thanassis Stavrakis/AP/Press Association Images

Greece never dies. The Greeks, however, will die. That’s how it is. That’s the situation.

The words of 45-year-old Andreas, who was a builder before the construction work dried up and who has been sleeping rough in Athens for six months.

Lorraine Higgins Anti Cyberbullying Bills Source: Sasko Lazarov//RollingNews.ie

There would be nothing better than filling your rat’s mouth with lead.

One example of abusive received by Senator Lorraine Higgins which she reported to gardaí.

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Thanks for not eating me.

Surfer Mick Fanning’s response when asked if he had any question to the shark he fought off.

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We are reaching the stage where they are endangering society.

Senator Denis O’Donovan called for a cull of seagulls.

North Korea Illustrious General Source: Vincent Yu/PA Wire

Nuclear deterrence… is not a plaything to be put on the negotiating table.

A North Korea foreign ministry spokesperson reacting to suggestions that the Hermit Kingdom could become involved in a Iran-like nuclear deal.

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