29 thoughts on “De Friday Papers

  1. Bob

    Wow, I know I shouldn’t expect better, but the Daily Star is like WW2 propaganda (the “Call of Beauty” bit, not the bikini bit).

    1. Kieran NYC

      Surprised the rag didn’t try to get their tits out on Page 3.

      Anyway. Plenty of material for Badatmemes to make a fool out of himself over again tonight.

      1. bigDD

        Yeah.

        I’m on a bad connection tonight, (your Ma’s actually), so I just skipped to the bottom.
        I found you here.

        I’m also disappointed with the Daily Star.
        I haven’t got a TV myself, but their coverage of the ‘jungle thing’ was second to none…until today.

        1. bigDD

          Hang on a minute.
          Apparently I changed my name on this computer.

          This is me, badatmemes.
          No confusion intended.

          Bear with me.
          I’m struggling on a tablet, and a few whiskys, and then more tablets…
          …sure you’d have to too to tolerate this, ammirite?

          1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

            …trust me, he really IS sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq.

            …but that’s none of my business, and I don’t think it means what you think it means, so I got that going for me.

            Good morning Campers.

    1. Lorcan Nagle

      Some of them are apparently bullies and/or cheating. I base this entirely on the headlines of the papers featured on Broadsheet.

    1. Kieran NYC

      Considering the health service got an extra 665 million euro on top of its existing budget this year, I don’t think so.

        1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

          @ linbinius;

          Near-On KFC is a joke.

          Actually, anyone who invokes my name is a joke.
          Everyone, even, or whatever.
          All of them.

          You know what I mean.

  2. irishstu

    That photo of the shoplifter in the Galway City Tribune is the same one that the “commit a petty crime every day” twitter account you wrote about used. Coincidence??

    1. Neilo

      Entertaining Jeremyads against Corbyn aside, the Torygraph is the kind of rag that exposed the scandal of ministers fiddling expenses be they Tory or Labour which resulted, ultimately, in jail time for those found with their hands in the till. Would that we had a paper of similar quality here,

      1. ahjayzis

        It’s also the paper Peter Oborne resigned from due to unreasonable interference in editorial policy by the commercial wing. Pass.

        1. Neilo

          @Thanks, ahj. I wouldn’t say it’s perfect – particularly in the age of the Barclays. The Oborne thing does stick in my craw a bit.

  3. Lordblessusandsaveus

    Daily Star is for the kind of fool who can’t hold a conversation about anything with any level of competence.

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