Sure Where Would You Get It?

at

dardistown

This morning (7am)

Dardistown Cemetery, Old Airport Road, County Dublin.

Stephen Fuller writes:

Happy Mother’s Day to all Mothers – whether in this world or the next!

Meanwhile…

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This evening.

Nollaig Brennan writes:

The sun setting on the Waterford/Greenway [County Waterford]…

36 thoughts on “Sure Where Would You Get It?

    1. Pmq10/b

      Ha ha Barnabas. How ridiculous and conceited you sound trumpeting your little certainties just like the dogma of those you probably dismiss as ‘brainwashed’.

      Don’t you know we know nothing?

      Have a little humility there son.

      1. Brother Barnabas

        hardly trumpeting, you little android – I put it in brackets.

        I don’t believe the one about the three little piggies blowing the houses down either, by the way

    2. Clampers Outside

      Brother Bananas is right as surely the limited room in heaven*, the place filled out eons ago, or like, a long long time ago

      *citation: Jehovah’s Witnessesises

    1. anne

      Eh you could try the bible..

      Here’s one I recall -“My Father’s house has many rooms; if that were not so, would I have told you that I am going there to prepare a place for you?”

      1. realPolithicks

        “Eh you could try the bible..”

        Or perhaps The Lord of the Rings, another well known fantasy novel.

        1. Happy Molloy

          that’s a lovely sentiment, especially given the context of the post and how people are feeling today rp :-/

  1. Sheik Yahbouti

    I notice a disturbing tend here in relation to the Good Mammies. First Tesco offers them ‘urns’ for Mothers day – now Broadsheet.ie offers them this!! What’s going on – the public demand an answer.

        1. mildred st. meadowlark

          You do carry a general air of flamboyancy and mystique that I have to admit to being intrigued.

          1. mildred st. meadowlark

            Oh my dear Nice Young Chap!

            You are the very definition of flamboyancy! *hugs*

      1. mildred st. meadowlark

        I’m a mammy. If my child called me ‘Mummy’ there’s a chance I might disown her.

        Even Ma is preferable.

        Don’t get me started on ‘Mom’.

  2. Shayna

    I sense a certain forgotedness (I know it’s not a real word – but somehow should be). I thought in light of a recent post that commenters were getting along? It appears the honeymoon period is over?

  3. Kieran Nice Young Chap

    Look at them fickin’ fancy legitimate children with their marked graves.

    Notions!

  4. Clampers Outside

    It’s a lovely photo, dunno what ya’d be doin’ down around them things at that hour of the mornin’ but I’m grateful none the less for your sharing of this pic…

    my Ma liked it

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