27 thoughts on “Was It For This?

  1. Paul

    Surprised there isn’t outrage from the DUP especially after their boat-renaming ‘victory’.

    (‘victory’ here having the meaning ‘throwing toys out of the pram’)

    1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

      Don’t mention The Fall.
      I get confused and start posting videos of The Only Band I Ever Loved Unconditionally.

          1. sǝɯǝɯʇɐpɐq

            Funny story…

            I was working in Tower Records in Piccadilly Circus when Madness released ‘\Madstock’. They did an ‘In-Store’ appearance at midnight on the day of release, signing stuff, meeting the fans etc.
            – Every single one of them, plus their girldfriends/wives and various other hanger-ons were caught trying to steal CDs on their way home. Hundreds of copies of their own CD.

            Madness have impunity.
            Nobody was charged.

  2. Boy M5

    Getting our own back for the RUC Land Rovers on Sheriff street for something or other film a few years back.

  3. mauriac

    maybe NAMA have found somewhere to put the Gard’s of Harcourt street after selling the station to an Fing vulture fund !

      1. some old queen

        In fairness it is a pretty good face lift although the coked up concrete architects have obviously lost the run of themselves. A few trees in Belfast CC would be nice?

        Not everywhere.

        just one within a square mile type thing.

        1. Bertie Blenkinsop

          Agreed.
          I love Belfast and now, thanks to the arse falling out of sterling I’ll get a chance to go far more frequently.

          1. Brother Barnabas

            in all seriousness, what’s there to love about Belfast?

            it’s a wretched kip at best – i’d almost say worse than Cork

          2. Jake38

            Could not be worse than Cork unless it’s also full of humourless unintelligible lumps with chips on all 3 shoulders.

          3. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

            Ah COME ON! You know that’s untrue. Cork’s, like, brilliant.

            Belfast is a bit of a hole, Bertie. All English high street with no soul, I think. I’ve been there quite a few times and I just can’t warm to the place.

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