Harsh but fair?

You decide.

In today’s Irish Times.

Via Carol Byrne

‘Homophobia’ and same-sex marriage (Irish Times letters)

36 thoughts on “Homephobic

          1. munkifisht

            Dubliners have genetically more in common with crabs than they do with you or me. Now that’s scientific fact… there’s no real evidence for it, but it is scientific fact.

  1. cormac

    Brilliant – as a Dubliner married to a Cork girl, I feel that a quarter page would not be sufficient but her logic is sound. We all however make mistakes but my wife does not feel that a financial re-imbursement is appropriate and will not pay me damages.

    1. Brian O'Breda

      As the mother of such a crossbreed, I find your comments defamatory. You will be hearing from my solicitor in due course, or 40K will remove offence.

        1. Briana O'Breda

          I prefer the term Corkliner! My Dub family have no problem recognising the crossbreed, but the Cork side tend to sniff their noses, especially when I dress him in the Blue on Blue

    1. Mary Mary Quite Contrary

      Imagine you were 17/18 and you got your girlfriend pregnant, and your child was STOLEN from you and given to the Dublin couple across the road.

      1. Friday


        Mary, don’t even talk about such awful things, we know what those Dubs get up to…the poor children!

        1. B Bop

          A snide little race they are.
          No other county like them.
          And to boot -West Cork will never be magnificent Connemara and Kerry holidaying perfection.

  2. Spaghetti Hoop

    This is actually a clever exposure of the hypocrisy of the anti-same-sex marriage brigade.

    But carry on bashing us Dubs if it makes ye feel better.

    1. Mikeyfex

      Can’t work out if you’re responding to someone or there’s a subtle joke in there somewhere, Hoop. The reason I can’t work it out is it’s quite obvious to what the letter was alluding and Cork is getting a much harder time than Dublin here.

    2. I, Diddley

      And the laughter dies away as Hoop explains the practical reasons a chicken might have for crossing the road.

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