65 thoughts on “Green Jersey

      1. Sheik Yahbouti

        He’s bringing the information from Malta that I asked for re the identity of the shareholders in Setanta Insurance

    1. delacaravanio

      The man has a right to a good name, but allowing himself to be seen in public with that bollix casts him in a bad light.

      Seanie, what are you doing?

      1. Anne

        You win best comment.

        As for the medium sized wan – it’s just two men at a rugby game .. of course it is.. but that doesn’t make you any less of a zzzzzzope.

      1. Anne

        It’s slander if it’s slanderous..

        It’s libel when it’s libelous..

        It’s corrupt when it’s corrupt..

        And to think what is David Drumm doing time over in the U.S. for? When he could be here, just hanging out at a rugby game, as you do with your chums.. Two men hanging out at a game..nothing to see here.

    1. Medium Sized C

      It’s a picture of two guys watching a rugby match. One is a business magnate, the other is a former bank director who did a lot of business with the former. It says nothing about Ireland, particularly given that this kind of thing (rich old white men with some degree accusation of corruption) watching sporting events together happens in NEARLY EVERY COUNTY. What says something about Ireland is you suggesting that our country, and by extension you amounts to only that.

      1. Anne

        Christ on a fupping bike…

        I don’t know what to say to you medium sized.. You have me stumped.

        I’m going to remember this comment any time I forget you’re not to be taken seriously.

        1. rotide

          What is your issue with C’s comment?

          He’s exactly right, its two people at a sporting event. You might have a raging hard-on of moral outrage about them (sure don’t we all) but this isn’t news or interesting in the slightest.

          You could just replace this entire story with a card saying ‘DOB IS A BIG POO HEAD’ and it wouldn’t make the slightest bit of difference.

          1. Anne

            Don’t tell me what I should take issue with, thanks.

            It’s just two businessmen at a rugby match, two businessmen who happened to bankrupt the country..

            If you fail to see why them having the lols at a rugby game is insulting to people, then you clearly don’t understand the suffering the people of this country have gone through because of them.

            If you want to keep your head firmly planted up your arse, fine.. don’t tell me to do the same, thanks.

          1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

            Ah yeah ahyeah, but she knows what a proper ride is when she gets one.
            -You probably judge your endeavours by how money is left in your pocket. You feel like you’re winning if you can afford a taxi home.

            Stop attacking people.
            Start making sense.

      2. A Man With a Tiny Penis

        Did some of your sticky white love pee come out as you typed “magnate”, Medium? It did, didn’t it?

    1. Charlie

      I wouldn’t worry about the comments above Stev….. There is a reason why its taken decades for these people to notice severe brain damage caused by playing the sport. Its because most of these people are brain damaged themselves….. The funniest part is that the brain damage makes them think they are in some way superior to you……

      1. Same old same old

        All true

        Diminished responsibility

        I was around the Baggot street area yesterday and the amount of barely formed Neanderthals was instructive

  1. Frilly Keane

    If t’was the Healy Rays sitting in the stands for that photo
    Ye wouldn’t be holding yerselves in the way ye are here
    In front of Denis and his buttie

    N11 School gates stuff

    And blowhards
    Ye should get hats for yerselves

  2. Peter Dempsey

    Great to see the white hot fury and impotent rage of the foot-stamping Social Justice Warriors from Broadsheet, Rabble, The Journal, Twitter etc.

    More please!

    1. Anne

      The thing is Peter Dempsey, there is no justice..

      If it doesn’t incite just a tad bit of rage, you’d probably want to check if you have a pulse..

    2. Fergus the magic postman

      Ah yes Peter. The social justice warriors who have some kind of an issue with these two ordinary people at a rugby match.
      Anybody declaring any kind of discomfort at these two ordinary weasels is to be mocked, for they are the real reason the country is fupped.

      Isn’t that right Peter? Isn’t it though?

      I mean what kind of a country are we living in? I’ll tell you what kind. The kind of country where two men can go and have a laugh at a game of rugby, regardless of their hand in ballsing up everything for the majority of the people, while making things better for themselves. Who cares if one of them doesn’t pay tax here, and seems to be an excellent puppeteer, of FG muppets in particular.

      This is Ireland the way you like it, isn’t it Peter?

      I love your posts. Can’t wait to see you on rabble. <3

      1. Charley

        There’s more than one way to scare or pay off witnesses, isn’t being seen with a known criminal in breach of his bail?

      2. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

        Sorry Charley.
        I thought KFC was just repeating what you said.

        Turns out you’re both as bad as each other, but in different ways.
        I wish I’d never commented on this thread.
        It’s full of loopers.

        1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

          That was funny memes, on several levels.
          First off I love that alliteration thing that you overuse in your comments. It cracks me up.
          Then the bit about it being …from before you were born, implying that Charley is only a kid and has a lot to learn.
          The icing on the cake though has to be the lyric, ‘Always tell your Mummy before you go off somewhere.‘ which double-downs on the ‘being a kid’ insult and slaps him in the face for ‘going off’ without the supervision he needs.

          -You’re cruel, but I like you.

          And hey, nice avatar.

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