A Limerick A Day



Ireland footballer Samir Carruthers relieves himself into a glass at Cheltenham

Two footballers thought it was gas,
To watch horses, get drunk, and then pass,
Water while in full view,
Of some people who,
Took pictures of their yellow glass.

John Moynes


34 thoughts on “A Limerick A Day

  1. Davos

    When you buy the jersey, match ticket and subscribe to pay sports channels, this is ultimately what you are funding.

  2. Dόn 'The Unstoppable Force' Pídgéόní

    This is why everyone should have to work in customer services/hospitality at some point. It makes you appreciate how crap those jobs can be and why you would never ever do this to someone.

    Only thing for it is to chop his willy off.

  3. Scooperman

    For the purposes of this story they’re English scrotes. Should they ever get a call up to the senior squad all will be forgiven and they will be Irish again.

  4. meadowlark

    Oh, and it appears he proceeded to pour out the urine-filled pint glass over a balcony when he was finished. After which the ladies of the group titillated a pack of passing photographers by flashing their breasts.
    .A splendid day out, by all accounts.

    1. Spaghetti Hoop

      Reminds me of that brilliant pic of the ankle-tagged, tan-sprayed slappers at Ascot.

      1. Dόn 'The Unstoppable Force' Pídgéόní

        Racing season is the Daily Mail’s wet dream – chavs, horse racing, drunk women, short skirts, breastage. You can hear Dacre rubbing his chap on behalf of Little England from here

        1. Spaghetti Hoop

          Aye. What they are really commenting on is how unimaginative chavs are with wealth.

          1. Dόn 'The Unstoppable Force' Pídgéόní

            Or how middle class people don’t like it when other people do wealth “wrong”.

            (Though the wee thing is totally gross I mean more the general appraisal of “oh look at these poors trying to be us Mildred!!)

          2. Dόn 'The Unstoppable Force' Pídgéόní

            *holds coat up so meadow, i mean mildred, can wee in private*

            Don’t judge. We have all done it. My advice ladies, be careful on slight inclines…

          3. mildred st. meadowlark

            I fear I’ve become a trifle tap-hackled. I may have adjourn to the ladies retiring room.

  5. Davos

    He thinks that a flat cap and tweed,
    Will conceal the truth of his breed.
    But beneath cloth veneer,
    His true colour’s clear.
    To his like we should never pay heed.

  6. Owen

    Looks like they are both English to me, and just not good enough to make the national side.

    In any event, Irish or English, they are scum.

  7. Man from 1987

    The lower orders will never learn to behave themselves in public.

    Look at them all, wearing beards and waistcoats as if they were coachmen from the 1920s. Probably in honour of their Great Grandfathers or in this case, their G-G-G-Great Grandfathers.

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