10 thoughts on “A Limerick A Day

  1. The Real Jane

    I imagine he’s doing what lots of teenagers do – saying deliberately shocking things to provoke a reaction.

    Hopefully it doesn’t follow him around forever and he’ll be able to forget it once he gets a bit more mature.

    1. mildred st. meadowlark

      Exactly this! I was in charge of my yearbook in school and the utter poo people put into it. It’s just some bizarre attempt at one-upmanship, to get attention.

      So, actually… Well done to them.

  2. St. John Smythe

    “”I was horrified to find Adolf Hitler quoted and a reference to Munich Putsch (1923). At a time when people are focused on the spread of hatred in Islamic schools, I find it appalling that we have hatred here in Northern Irish schools in plain sight,” the parent said.”

    head is spinning with the irony

  3. classter

    Perhaps he intended it as cutting-edge satire, linking Loyalism and a British identity to fascism.

    This was the only way to make the point – support for fascism being more palatable to his peers than a direct repudiation of extreme Unionism.

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