37 thoughts on “De May Bank Holiday Papers

  1. Sheik Yahbouti

    “State to seek STAKE in ownership of Maternity Hospital”?!? Well that tears it altogether. ‘The State ‘ is to go cap in hand to beg for a share in the Hospital to be built with OUR money? Madness, absolute madness – I’m becoming very angry indeed.

      1. Goosey Lucy

        Yep- your comment genuinely makes no sense. Wilful ignorance, perhaps; however expressing such ignorance on a forum does come across as trolling

        1. Yep

          I was drunk and trying to be stupid funny.

          Let’s all stop focusing on it and just give it the eye roll it deserves and move on. Thanks

          1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

            Poor ole Yep. I feel your pain. The ‘hilarious’ joke that backfires.

          2. Lush

            I had one of those nights last night too.
            It is truly horrible to wake up to.
            My condolences.

          3. mildred st. meadowlark

            Well, I woke up to the inexplicable pleasure of no hangover, despite the bottle or three of wine knocking about last night.

          4. Harry Molloy

            I wouldn’t be so happy about that, the law of the delayed hangover states you’ll be a feary mess before you get to bed tonight

          5. bertie blenkinsop

            “I woke up to the inexplicable pleasure”….
            i love your little pet names for me :)

          6. bertie "The Inexplicable Pleasure" blenkinsop

            I’m currently sewing it in sequins on to the back of my jacket.

          7. Sheik Yahbouti

            Aw, Millie, I had a go – he really IS an ‘inexplicable pleasure ‘ – :-D. PS why can’t we have emojis on this website? Even old persons such as your Sheik understand them.

          8. Lush

            I did the texting thing Goosey.
            Oh the shame.
            As pointed out, the creeping hangover will be my punishment.

          9. Brother Barnabas

            Generally just means you’re still drunk, Mildred. It’ll hit around 2pm.

          10. Yep

            Thank you to everyone showing support in this harrowing time. Learned my lesson :)

            Have a great week folks.

          11. Sheik Yahbouti

            Jeez, we’ve all screwed up – or been totally misunderstood Yep, don’t sweat it.

          12. Yep

            Please don’t tell me my second joke was a dud too! I did my sweating till around 1, Sheik. It was a rough one.

            Hope Mildred is wrapped up cosy and Bertie remembered the batteries for the night vision. ;). Have a good one.

          13. bertie "The Inexplicable Pleasure" blenkinsop

            Well I won’t be ringing you as a character witness if this ever goes to court :)

    1. GiggidyGoo

      They are also looking at leasing the site. I wonder if that would work for me – lease a site and build a house on it. Then when the lease comes up for renewal, if I don’t like he new terms, I’ll just take my house away.
      We really do have the complete set of bent pennies within Fianna Gael and Labwhore.

  2. Zena

    @ Yep

    Admirably, Sheik supports and speaks up passionately for womens rights and issues.

    Fathers, brothers, husbands, partners etc naturally have concerns and opinions on a multitude of subjects that will affect their female loved ones.

  3. Brother Barnabas

    Please God the Sisters of Charity will agree to allow the state have a share of ownership – getting into bed together so to speak – and all will be well again.

  4. Kenny U-Vox Plank

    “Abortion movement has been hijacked by the middle class” – Irish Times – the newspaper that has done more than anyone to ensure that it is a middle-class millennial narrative. REPEAL that.

    1. Goosey Lucy

      Saw that too Plank, it popped up on my phone- I’d have thought that the IT displayed the views of an older generation- or at least, not millennial views

      1. Harry Molloy

        That headline made me laugh, straight out of the guilt mentality of the guardian

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