A Limerick A Day

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Our President thought of a scheme
To give everybody ice cream
So down by the pier
He drew a loud cheer
When he finally realised his dream.

John Moynes

23 thoughts on “A Limerick A Day

  1. Zuppy International

    He rubber-stamped the Anglo bailout without a quiver.

    He signed the eviction bill which facilitates predatory banks unconstitutionally seizing peoples’ homes after the people bailed out the same banks.

    He signed the various water bills designed to impoverish the nation and make us beholding to international water cartels.

    He’s a arse-;icling west Brit, but he bought everybody in Dun Laoghaire an ice cream so…

    SQUEE!!

  2. bertie "The Inexplicable Pleasure" blenkinsop

    Just imagine, we nearly ended up with that Dragons Den On-trah-pah-new-arrr, he’d have bought the ice creams then charged people double for them.

    1. Brother Barnabas

      Or the other one who’d have bought you an ice cream and then given you a little wink

  3. Mourinho

    Did he really though?

    I mean, out of his own pocket.

    I sense the taxpayers may have bought themselves one.

    Call it a tax rebate i suppose.

    1. Dave

      Ah read the bloody story before commenting a stupid comment like that:

      “He announced that there was free Teddy’s Ice Cream for all the kids involved courtesy of the Dun Laoghaire Harbour Board’

        1. delacaravanio

          Think of all the banks we could have given those ice creams to, instead of those children.

  4. Kenny U-Vox Plank

    Teddy’s is dismal. Since it’s been franchised it’s just another ice cream. But then Sandycove is not another ex-Pat enclave anyway for Brits.

    1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

      Really? I had an aul’ quatre vingt dix neuf there recently and it was delicious.

      1. mildred st. meadowlark

        You should check out Storm in a Teacup in Skerries if yer ever there. Gorgeous ice cream.

        1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

          I’ve never been to Skerries. Must take a day trip over some weekend this summer.
          Ta for the tip.

  5. Scundered

    Any word of our great “humanitarian” doing something that lives up to the name?

  6. B Bop

    I was there…cycling by getting the groceries…seemed to be only arranged for the select view-even though advertised as public event/celebration-could barely see little Squee…(crowd corralled behind barriers)- the microphone/sound system was a shambles…could only be heard by the “seated important” people…Richard Boyd…various council messers & lovely suited Old Beans.
    Would have liked to hear the speeches in fairness.
    Did have clear view of perennial Muppet Mary Mitchell O’Connor taking pics on her phone.
    And the security around his little self was indeed very silly.

  7. B Bop

    And it wasn’t a 99 for everyone…just the token schoolkids involved. Scabby Pres.

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