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This morning.

Successful Leaving Cert results recipients, including obligatory jumping Loreto students.

Blummin’ good at rote-learning tykes.

From top:  Afghanistan-born Navid Safi at O’Connells School. Richmond Lodge, Dublin.
Centre;  Breenan Cullen, Hannah Smith and Julie Masterson at Loreto, Stephen’s Green, Dublin. Above:: Diana Bannaya, Tiffany Bramble, and Shannon Talbot at O’Connells.

(Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland)

18 thoughts on “No F In Way

  1. Vote Rep #1

    I predict there will be lots of pictures of teenage girls with their results tomorrow on the front page of all the paper. Always teenage girls.

    1. Lilly

      Ah well, give it a few years and the boys will be all over the business pages and the girls nowhere to be seen.

    2. Mr. T.

      The Irish Independent use ANY excuse to put nice looking girls on their pages.

      Good Weather? Girls sunbathing in St. Stephen’s Green, Brittas Bay, etc.

      Bad Weather? Girls wearing white t-shirts getting soaked.

      Social Welfare Fraud? Trampy looking single mother.

      Imprisoned in Peru for drugs smuggling? Pictures in your nightclub dancing outfits and bikinis.

  2. Yea, Ok

    I can’t believe I’m the first to comment on the cyclist on the pavement! For shame, BS commenters, for shame.

    Now… rabble!

    1. Murtles

      I was going to be the first to leave a comment with my “Congratulations Navid on your…….€40 on the spot fine for cycling on the footpath”. But then I realised that cycling on the footpath is not in the list of fines (unless it’s considered cycling dangerously) and then the keyboard warriors would be out in force and then it would detract from the standard issue jumping teen girls piece. So nearly bet ya, Yea.

  3. antoinbeag

    Thanks for telling us that the first guy is from Afghanistan. Dunno why you felt the need to bring that up!

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