50 thoughts on “De Saturday Papers

          1. Frilly Keane

            ‘we could do with one
            a daycent conspiracy like

            now that the battle of the Blueshurtiest of them all is done

            for a bit anyway

          1. anne

            Oh right, I missed that..All I can see on the app is the daily mail. You click on read more and it doesn’t work.

            Look at the time..I’m up early.. I want to text Leo. He’d be proud.

  1. Fully Keen

    Anti choice, anti poor, ask yer Aunty.

    Too Tory for the Tory party.

    I didn’t vote for him. I wouldn’t vote for him. The only positive thing about him is the one he didn’t choose.

    1. Twunt

      So are you pro-Poor?

      I don’t know anyone that wants people to be poor, you are a first.

  2. Kenny U-Vox Plank

    “Depiction of Sisters of Charity like ‘elder abuse’,” says Sr Stan – Irish Times. Ah, the voice of Admiral Canaris of the Catholic Church.

    Meanwhile: “Prejudice has no hold in this Republic” says member of profession up to its neck collaborating with prejudice in hospitals up and down the country and son of immigrants doing nothing about direct provision.

    Oh, but he’s Gay. That’s alright then, innit, Una?

      1. Bertie "the inexplicable pleasure" Blenkinsop

        If you sing it to the tune of the Pussycat Dolls song it makes it more fun

  3. Ron

    A lot of vomit in my mouth reading those front pages. Very interesting developments coming soon. Some journalists private emails have been hacked apparently and there is a lot to come.

  4. Topsy

    At least Varadkar can put two words together in a sentence, unlike that clown Kenny.

  5. Brother Barnabas

    Photo on front of Daily Mail –

    What does Leo have attached to his nipples? Hope he’s not going to start that carry on.

  6. Charger Salmons

    Has Leo softened his views on abortion yet or will three thousand Irish women a year still have to take the Ryanair Abortion Special to the UK ?

  7. Goosey Lucy

    No place for prejudice in Ireland. Yep, that’s right folks- it proves that we live in a Utopia
    What a load of crock! Pot calling kettle eh ?!

    1. Custo

      The first time he opened his mouth as leader, nothing but irrelevant bollocks spewed forth.

  8. Barry the Hatchet

    “Becoming FG leader ‘shows every parent can dream big for their children’.” Ugh, this whole “Varadkar overcomes adversity” shtick is vomit inducing. He’s a privately educated middle-class Tory who doesn’t like immigrants and only came out as gay when it was abundantly clear it would do far more good than harm to his political career. Adversity my arse.

    1. Sheik Yahbouti

      Totally agree Barry. Millionaire, probably – but certainly no “slumdog”. Leo from da block, me left testicle.

  9. Rob_G

    Fair play to the Gardaí today for arresting the gobpoos who were going around with the 6kg of semtex.

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