Pamela Joyce, normally of the Early Breakfast show, is filling in for Fergal D'arcy this afternoon.
Pam unearthed some comedy gold when she found a letter she wrote as a teenager.
Desperate to get permission to go to teen disco 'Millennium Madness', 13 year old Pam figured that writing a formal letter to her mother would surely do the trick!
I found a letter I wrote 13 years ago begging my Mom to let me go to my first disco.
13 year old me was v confident and articulate. pic.twitter.com/JHS3zFZeNr
— Pamela Joyce (@PeyonceJoyce) April 15, 2019
Pam is asking listeners...
What do you remember from your teenage years?
"Ironing your hair – glitter, clear mascara and practically taking a bath in impulse body spray." Kelly, Dublin
"Standing in the queue with your mates picking out the guy that you want to shift." Ciara, Meath
"Will you meet (Dublin) shift (country) my friend?" Ciaran, Dublin
"Accidently touching the sweaty walls – you could shower but you would never be clean." Tracey, Kildare
"The copious amount of hair gel and blonde spikey hair tips on the lads." Darren, Louth
"Begging your ma to drop you off a few hundred metres down the road so that you didn’t have to face the embarrassment of getting out of her car!" Sarah, Wicklow
"Raving to Bobby Joe/Saturday Night/that Country Roads and of course DJ Rankin." Damian, Rathfarnham
"When you didn’t know to kiss and after the shift your face would just be wet!" Shelly, Limerick.
"Sand boots, rara skirts and runners." Yvonne, Cork