A Limerick A Day


Loyalists in Belfast defy ruling by adding to their Eleventh Night bonfire preparations

If you’re in the six counties tonight
You might catch a heartwarming sight
When our friends in Belfast
Show their love of the past
By setting the whole place alight.

John Moynes

Pic: UTV


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33 thoughts on “A Limerick A Day

  1. Rapscallion

    Where do the Unionists get the money to build these things? Oh, wait … never mind.

    1. ahjayzis

      “You’re a snowflake”

      The squeaky chorus of the little-willied micro-men roleplaying as big boys online ^_^

    2. Anomanomanom

      First off stop using the idiot American term “snowflake”. Second since when is reporting racism or sectarianism being a “snowflake” as you call it.

      1. ahjayzis

        Ah leave him be.

        It’s great the meek little beta-men from real life have a vernacular and a war-cry for when they want to act the boss behind their keyboards. Let them have their fun! It can’t be very pleasant being so terrified of everything all the time.

      2. HeinzBakedMemes

        Yeah, but he made some posters.
        You can’t do that on a computer, or ‘behind a keyboard‘, as you put it.

        Hang on…

        – I think I am a snowflake.
        Does that make me unique?

        I talk about myself all the time. Nobody else ever did.
        They talk about other stuff.
        I wasn’t listening.

  2. Kolmo

    All the noise, the flames, maniacal drum banging, shouting, genocidal ‘music’ and strange pseudo-military marching is the noise of those trying to drown out the reality of their situation – they have been left behind, they are a laughing stock. Empty and afraid of their own shadows. I’d have pity, but it’s hard to tolerate their dangerously paranoid worldview.

  3. Fully Keen

    A savage land. Hopeless. Hate as a pastime. Enough about the broadsheet comment section!!

    But seriously, does the mainland just ignore this madness? Feral paddies.

  4. mr m

    Why don’t they open up a souvenirshop nearby with miniture versions made of lollipop sticks?
    Or make a fruit bowl for oranges?

    1. missred

      They’ve probably burned all the lollipop sticks in fairness, and I can’t see any of them as actual eaters of oranges.

  5. Increasing Displacement

    Does a structure that large not require planning permission?
    Can I just erect what I feel like up north then set fire to it and claim it’s my birthright or that some fairy I follow says its just grand?

    1. Scundered

      You don’t need planning permission if you have a tendency to adorn the oul balaclava on occasion.

  6. Scundered

    So the man whose cohorts bombed these communities in the past, now angry that they don’t like him… imagine that.

    1. ahjayzis

      Or, you know, on the other hand, the cohort who murdered the father, a solicitor , are now burning the son, a politician, in effigy.

    2. Murtle

      Both sides to horrible things, and people are trying to move on. This kind of carry does not help

  7. gepo the great

    strange that he’s only considering action now that his poster is on it. seems like it’s been a hate crime for a lot longer than now, and he didn’t do much about it til now.

  8. Gers

    Every year the same circus, how about NOT showing any of it in the Medias for a change? The numnuts / inbreds would progressively stop seeing no-one could see their Monkey Business?

    1. HeinzBakedMemes

      I read this limerick before.
      I think it was exactly a year ago.
      (It could’ve been exactly two years ago but we don’t count.)

  9. Joe cool

    The opposition of Theresa May will love this. The media will have this all over the place. Show exactly the kind they made a deal with

  10. Sheik Yahbouti

    Bit of controversy, lads. I’ve outed myself as a “West Brit” on many occasions, and been castigated for it (mainly by our rural brethren). Nonetheless, I say to you – if I had had to live under the yoke of these hate -filled animals, I might well have taken up the bomb and the gun – and apologised to no effer for doing so. tis easy for the Blue Shirts and others, who’ve never lived under naked tyranny, to get pissy about this – have a look at the current ‘bonfire’ controversy. “culture me arse”.

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