Crying Out For A Decent Gaff?

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Broadsheet on the Telly we will be looking at the housing crisis tomorrow night at 10.45 with a view to setting up a free house-sharing hook up service on the site.

If you are looking for a place or a decent landlord and would like to join the broadcast please contact broadsheet@broadsheet.ie marked ‘Telly’.

Thank you.

Now clean your room.

Previously: Crying Chair on Broadsheet

35 thoughts on “Crying Out For A Decent Gaff?

  1. phil

    ‘free house-sharing hook up service’ , FREE! that will never work, and very un-Irish , Im offended…

  2. Frilly Keane

    meh
    I’m down the van anyway

    wiffy is sketchy with the storms n’stuff,
    I’ll have to catch it on playback

    so the chat pit might be a bit quieter

    Ha
    Johnny Keenan’ll have nothing to crib about now

    1. Shayna

      I have to say Frilly, I prefer you when you write intelligibly. I have no idea what you’re on about? (I’ve removed myself from the self-imposed ‘Naughty Step’).

      1. Frilly Keane

        What part of
        I’m now down in the ‘van
        Wiffy is iffy
        Are you struggling with Shayna

          1. Shayna

            Also, next time I’m in our capital, 3rd Sunday in September, we’ll meet for a sauvignon blanc, or two?

          2. Frilly Keane

            Well
            There’s a couple of semis t’be sorted first

            And I’m always up for the match

          1. Frilly Keane

            Ah t’was only a baby one

            Been through worse
            Like
            Hurricane Bill

            And the waves after haven’t been seen since on the East Coast
            Pity

        1. mildred st. meadowlark

          Mein Gott memesy, I don’t think I’ve ever seen you so complimentary…

        2. Shayna

          I’m not so sure if I’d be described as either lovely, or beautiful last Wednesday outside The Temple Bar.

          1. mildred st. meadowlark

            I’d say you’re great craic to be out drinking with. Loads of gaa and mad stories.

            Admittedly, I’d be crap for the gaa stuff but I’m always good for a sing song.

          2. Shayna

            Yikes, I watched Armagh v Dublin ’77 All-Ireland Final and Tyrone v Down 2003 yesterday morning. My dad played for Tyrone in ’57, defeated by Louth (I know, they went on to win the All-Ireland, and also the next year).

  3. Meme-A-Tron 5000

    James Blunt is a bit of a James Blunt, I think.
    I never heard of him until now.
    Big into smokin’, is he?
    Far out Man.
    Whatever…

    Here, listen… Brother Barnabas gave me a blowie earlier on tonight.
    He asked me not to mention it.
    I still don’t know why he did it.

      1. mildred st. meadowlark

        Don’t think James Blunt would really your cup of tea (do you drink tea?) what with his dulcet tones and bland music.

        Am think about changing my name to Milhouse. Maybe.

      1. Meme-A-Tron 5000 (straight-up version)

        Beep to the BB…

        Are you receiving me?
        The reception seems very flakey. You can get a cream for that.
        You might get two if you’re lucky.©

        (© Bruce Forsythe, ©Bruce Willis, ©Conan The Barbarian, ©The Krankies (the young lad is actually a midget, just like in the pornos. He’s ALSO a girl), ©Bill CosbyCliff Fuppin Richards, maybe even Rik Fupping Mayall, how am I supposed to keep track of them all?)

        Peter Purves off of Blue Peter. He was another one who was on the telly in the 70’s. They say he’s not dodgy, but look at his name. It sounds a bit like a completely different word.
        – Yeah now you’re getting me… Let’s speed it up…hup…hup…

        Brian Cant?
        I don’t think he could to be honest.
        Lovely bloke. His Da was one of the lead characters in ‘George and Mildred’. Not sure which one, but showbusiness was different back then… Interesting facts…follow me…
        I just thought of another one…

        Any man who can stay in the same room as Floella Benjamin for more than a minute without nipping out and sending an unsolicited missive back to her through the round window shouldn’t be on Playschool, should NEVER have been on Playschool and ought to be paying the BBC for the priveleg….

        Whoah… hang on a minute…
        – I thought I was misspelling her name so I checked it out ‘on-line’, or something.
        Her new name is Baroness Benjamin, of Beckenham in the County of Kent.

        I’ve tried to say that and failed five times.

        Here Sheena, you wouldn’t happen to be Black, by any chance, would you, maybe…
        I’m not a racialist. I’m just bored.

  4. Meme-A-Tron 5000 (knock-off version)

    – No disrespect intended to Her Majesty or/and members of Her family, whether across the seas or at home in Germany. The Hunting of the Butler, or the ‘James Hunt’ is a long-standing tradition from before the age of the radio, which was the instigator of World War and it”s sequel, World War II, both of which are available on DVD and LaserDisc in limited amounts, whatever that means…

    Oh yeah, Cockney slang, innit?
    Oi, oi…give it a bit of that then.
    Yer ol’ dear didn’t ‘alf put on a decent spread. I shouldn’t’ve said that, should oI?
    I’m turning into David Jason.

    MLIF

    1. Meme-A-Tron 5000 (knock-off version)

      Why did they skip from World War One straight to World War Eleven?
      Were World Wars Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Ten and Nine not good enough?
      No… They were brilliant. Best wars ever IMHO, but we never hear about them…

      I’ll tell you why…
      Geography Teachers.
      – They start learning how to draw maps freehand from the age of four. Extrapolate to your heart’s desire.
      – I myself have a plastic map of Europe, with the four major cities pin-pointed accurately.
      London, Paris, Berlin and The Vatican.

      Ireland is not on the map. It was an ‘add-on’ and I couldn’t afford it becau…

      Just fupp off.
      You’re only making me worse.

      It was the Geography Teachers… Open your eyes…

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