‘sup?

This morning.

Dollymount Strand, Dublin

TV Presenter Amanda Byram at the launch of Sky Ocean Rescue [a campaign to encourage people to reduce their single-use plastic use] with a giant plastic humpback whale named Poly . A survey has found that 85% of Irish people are concerned by Ireland’s plastic usage. What Sky has to do with any of this is a mystery that may never be solved.

Sky Ocean Rescue

Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland

24 thoughts on “Whale, Hello

    1. PlumBobSmearPants

      Free to air is the only way to go. Stream the rest. Cut the cord few years back and would never ever go back to pay tv.

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  1. Junkface

    I guess they are trying to get people thinking about and talking about our plastic usage and polution. They (Sky) probably have dirt themselves on abuse of plastics in their past, but at least its something positive from an otherwise prick-like brand. How is Rupert still alive? He really is the real life version of Monty Burns.

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  2. Dinny Do Well?

    Note careful image cropping to ensure the Poolbeg incinerator is not shown. The one way to get rid of rubbish off the beach… and that dress….

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      1. Frilly Keane

        I know
        Flip-flops or bare feet in dry sand

        Pity all the same
        I liked that frock
        ‘cept for the stangley tickley bits around the shoulders
        Now all I see is that Blue
        Plastic Bottle blue

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    1. Brother Barnabas

      they missed a trick there. should have done a little photo essay/time series yoke – starting with the initial chat-up and ending with her sitting astride his blowhole, legs akimbo

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