35 thoughts on “Worrying

  1. chimpy

    Jasus lads you would swear ye never got out.
    These sort of signs are fairly commonplace.

    1. Virum

      I assumed the point of the post was the incongruously brutal Farmer Palmer (from Viz. ‘Im were worryin’ moi sheep’) sign plonked in the middle of the nice scenery.

      Not that Reppy or BS didn’t know what worrying sheep meant ffs.

  2. DaveM

    i can remember this from the 70’s.Now, if it said men worrying sheep will be shot,it would be interesting and funny.Just goes to show that farmer is having a problem with idiots and dogs on his land.

  3. munkifisht

    They say it’s as big as four cats and it’s got a retractable leg so’s it can leap up at you better. And you know what, Ted, it lights up at night and it’s got four ears, two of them are for listening and the other two are kind of back-up ears. Its claws are as big as cups and for some reason, it’s got a tremendous fear of stamps! Mrs Doyle was telling me that it’s got magnets on its tail, so’s if you’re made out of metal it can attach itself to you and instead of a mouth, it’s got four arses!

  4. PJ

    I remember an animated public service advert on RTE about the dangers of letting the dog out at night to wander. Big gang of em got together and tore sheep apart. Was a bit traumatic to watch back then as a child!

    1. Parp

      Sent this in to Broadsheet before for the ‘Word from our Sponsors’ bit but it never made the cut!

  5. OwlLiberationFront

    Do we get one of these posts every time someone from Dublin makes their annual trip to Glendalough? The sign is practically in the car park.

    1. DaveM

      Yes,they regard a weekend at the guinness oyster festival or the cat laughs as a trip to the country.

      1. Feralbogsavage

        Yeah they don’t even rub shite into themselves or marry their first cousins! Psshht

          1. Sheikh Yabooti

            No sheet, there are jellyfish in inner Spencer dock, saw them last week, no divers there consequently…if you cross chain for a closer look, OCS security troglodyte will lurch over to tell you to fack off though…

  6. SB

    I prefer the time-tested method of worrying sheep by leaning over the fence and whispering ‘mint sauce…”

    1. DaveM

      Jaziz,i didnt know that sheep were afraid of mint sauce,ye learn something new every day.

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