20 thoughts on “De Sunday Papers

  1. Pale Blue Dot Cotton

    Great to see the newest princess in Britain getting the recognition she truly deserves for her efforts thus far. Nicola Sturgeon, keep on keepin’ on.

    1. Odis

      I for one welcome this great news! Its nice to have a good happy positive post, for a change, rather the compost heap of gay posts, Bodger enjoys inflicting on us.

    1. Dubh Linn

      Ah here Clampers…. this rag would not be on sale in Ireland but for the fact Irish people buy it.
      You should not judge the “classiness” (or anything) of your neighbors by the red tops (or anything) they produce.

      After all….how would you like it if other countries judged Ireland to be full of backwards, prejudicial, homophobic gombeens as gay people do not have the right to marry here…..

      1. ahyeah

        Happily, I see far less evidence of homophobia in Ireland than in almost all other European countries. And the right to marry isn’t all that common either. And….ah here, troll away, you fool.

      2. rotide

        Gay people don’t have the right to marry in the vast majority of countries in the world. In a months time we’re going to have an amended constitution to prove that we are ahead of the curve when it comes to equality, so put your claws in dear and stop talking sh*te

  2. Spaghetti Hoop

    Interesting that they got the free gaff before having the kids. I feel for the honest British tax-payer right now.

  3. Wolfe tone

    I think I am going to vomit. Prince Charles will be licking his lips in anticipation of this new arrival. I am sure it’s tinged with a bit of sadness that his mate Jimmy savile can’t be there to share the good news with him.

  4. Formerly known as @Ireland.com

    The Irish papers have more about the stupid princess than the Scottish one. Was it for this, indeed.

  5. PPads

    The first minister up north putting his foot in it I see. His own family being a perfect example of family values of course.

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