David Grimes writes:

“We were down working at Loughcrew [Co Meath] yesterday building a stop on the new fairy trail beside St Oliver Plunkettt’s church and hit a rock we couldn’t move. We assumed we had some big old rock, but what we ended up with was the most mental thing I’ve ever seen in my life.

“The department of environment were the ones called and were down there last night excavating it.”

Anyone?

34 thoughts on “What Is It?

  1. Martco

    ah lads jasus COTF what are ye doing
    digging holes in adidas gazelles
    have none of yez a father to show you how to do stuff??
    nothing worse than having the wrong work gear for a job, jasus, like using a butterknife to wire a plug

          1. Frilly Qeane

            Cheezus Martie
            I can’t get over you know the make n’ model of a lad’s runners
            An’ there ya are still fretting over appropriate work apparel
            They’re not on North Sea Oil Rigs FFS

          2. Brother Barnabas

            it’s a fair point though, frillz

            don’t we all long for the bygone days when men were men instead of the wussy little men-boys that pass for men today?

  2. RiderOnTheStorm

    The drop of water on his face did wonders for reviving him – brought on a big beaming smile.

    1. edalicious

      +1 I REALLY want to know what this is but I feel like I’m just setting myself up to be disappointed.

  3. David Green

    David Grimes you and your bottomhats with you should have called the archaeology department of Ireland as soon as you unearth the first bit, anybody would know that just turning a sod in that could turn up an archaeological finds.

    1. Brother Barnabas

      google tells me there’s no such institution as ‘the archaeology department of Ireland’

  4. Mary

    Its an Egyptian statue of either Thoth or Horus. Probably an unusual garden ornament which was dumped/buried.

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