This Just In/Was It For This?



First women.

Now the unthinkable.

Bernard Purcell, editor of England-based The Irish World, writes:

A bit of late-breaking news here from London, vote was tied 15:15 and resolved with a casting vote from the chair….


The Irish World

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19 thoughts on “This Just In/Was It For This?

  1. sǝɯǝɯ ʇɐ pɐq

    Hang on a minute there soldier….
    Are you saying that there’s actual wimmin on the Internet?

    Get a grip.

    I’d love to think so too.

  2. sǝɯǝɯ ʇɐ pɐq

    I’m a wimmin meself.
    I have a gee.

    (Only messing. I’m a bloke. I was just curious about whether or not Broadsheet would allow the word ‘gee’ or not, GEES ARE GREAT. I love gees.)

    Just sayin’…

    If anybody out there has a g…
    I should shut up, eh?

    But still…

    You’ll forget what day it is.
    Oh yes.

    No messing, baby.

  3. sǝɯǝɯ ʇɐ pɐq

    I should change my pseudonym.
    I ought to make it more obvious that my purpose in life lies in licking clitorises.
    (The prural is NOT ‘Cllitorrri’, I checked it out, so f off.)

    I luv wimmin, from the waist down.
    Seriously, I luv them.

    I can ‘luv’ them for nearly an hour at a time, and I have this trick that makes each one of them feel special even though I can’t remember their names.


    I promise to forget who you are.
    Will you ‘love’ me?

    Feminists preferred,
    I shall enter by the tradesman’s entrance if you don’t mind.and I have a bottle of Baby Oil.

    What more can you ask for?

    They’re going to delete this pretty soon.

  4. sǝɯǝɯ ʇɐ pɐq

    The ‘Baby Oil’ is not a full bottle, but it’s enough for what I want to do to you.

    You’ll love it, I think, guaranteed.
    Oh yes.

  5. Demon

    Fascinating stuff alleged about the Irish Guards in the Bag o’ Nails pub in Miranda Carter’s book Anthony Blunt, His Lives.

  6. Frilly Keane

    Anyone know if the rule on the Made In Ireland geansaí applies to the overseas clubs

    T’would be great if O’Neills made an extra effort with this Manufacturer details n’stuff

    Wha’ about the club name as gaelige

    1. Frilly Keane

      Don’t be a self pleasurer Cussie
      Structure and Discipline must have been present to have made the GAA the organisation it is today.

      The last two Sundays saw the host the biggest sporting events in the world for those days. Likewise the Mayo Dublin replay.

      And as a btw, I’m hearing from family members that the palace may be stumping up sum’ting

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