41 thoughts on “De St Patrick Day Papers

        1. Dόn 'The Unstoppable Force' Pídgéόní

          “Newspaper readers encouraged to gawp at pictures of woman’s knockers thereby reducing her to a mere physical embodiment of a women rather than a fully formed human being with quite an important job” shocker

          1. Same old same old

            You’re pretty good at it actually Nigel.
            You have the audacity to always claim the moral high ground which is a definite plus when it comes to pathetically try to usurp then demean the opinion points of others. At all times I feel in conversation with you like I’m literally only a stone’s throw away from a good public flogging to “yeah that’ll learn him” . Yet at the same time you’re like so righteous, brother! What an act! I thought all the snakes have been banished?

          2. Nigel

            The feeling you are describing isn’t that of being bullied. It is that of being wrong. Because you are almost always wrong about everything. Brutally, obnoxiously, savagely wrong. It must hurt, I know, I’m sorry. Tough truth to face on Patrick’s Day, but it’s Spring and bright and hope blossoms anew.

          3. Same old same old

            There you go again. You’re relentless. If you weren’t anything other than a sad, reactionary twee little prig, you’d just be content to say ” you know what Same old, I am afraid I disagree with you on this occasion/ topic”. But no – as soon as you’re challenged – even by someone who is “wrong” and therefore by definition couldn’t possibly be worthy of debating with, it’s straight in with the jackboot. As I said , carry on, loser.

          4. Nigel

            I certainly will. You’re shameful abuse apologist and you’re carrying on like this because I called you on it.

          5. Nigel

            We weren’t fighting. We were having a perfectly civil conversation with raised voices, tears and insults.

    1. Same old same old

      Excellent thank you

      Is sexual crime up? What sort of weirdo climbs into bed with a sleeping woman and tries it on? I’ve read a few of these cases lately and I just wonder if more women are coming forward or it is a general rising trend?

      1. Deluded

        On looking at the graphs we appear to have a recent bounce in the rates, but some of that is attributed to increased reporting and a vocal rejection of impositions.

  1. Deluded

    Beannachtaí Lá Fhéile Pádraig Agaibh.
    Though we struggle with our collective and disparate identities I would like to acknowledge those who strived for something better and try to take the good from that.

  2. Mark

    20p is a bargain. When was the last time anyone bought anything for 20p?

    You could in theory have, say, 50p. Buy a newspaper of a morn and still have change for stuff. And if you didn’t have anything to buy, repeat the same thing the next day.

    And STILL have change.

    Good for them.

  3. Lilly

    At least the best dressed woman in Cheltenham has a coat on. If that were Punchestown, she’d be freezing her bits off in a flimsy summer rig-out irrespective of the season.

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