18 thoughts on “A Limerick A Day

  1. Nicelives

    Just wondering where they’ll buy fresh produce from instead…. I know they can produce their own but throughout modern history in order to sustain their population they’ve had to import a sizeable amount from ourselves and other nearby countries that don’t use sterling

    1. MoyestWithExcitement

      They could well end up importing more, actually. http://www.independent.ie/business/farming/agri-business/one-in-three-uk-food-firms-unviable-without-european-workers-report-36064183.html

      Ego can make lots and lots and lots of people do amazingly stupid things. Brexit was all about placating the ‘Rule Britannia’ attitude. It was to affirm in the minds of idiots that the UK, and by extension the individual idiots themselves, are VIPs. Now their food industry is in serious danger of collapse.

      1. MoyestWithExcitement

        Also, this shows that without labour, businesses cannot survive. ‘Business owners create wealth. We need to give them what they want.’ No they don’t.

  2. Guy Bague

    As long as it stops them coming here and buying our houses and pricing our kids out of homes long may it continue. Let’s buy all theirs instead.

    Brexit. HA HA HA.

  3. Murtles

    The Brits may cease to come forth
    To buy products from our lovely green swarth
    But come Christmas be pleased, an opportunity ceased
    We can all flock to ASDA up North

  4. dav

    Well that’s 3,500 jobs in the irish mushroom industry under threat, but hey we can get our clotted cream a bit cheaper, eh?

    1. Janet, I ate my avatar

      so what’s with all the Dutch mushrooms being bought in German supermarket chains…
      noticed last time I was home

  5. Mike

    Picking mushrooms not exactly good for the health due to the lack of sunlight, unless you wanna do it at night!

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