73 thoughts on “De Sunday Papers

  1. Shayna

    €5 point whatever million/billion pension Noírin O’Sullivan – whatever, she gone. George Hook, soon to be gone, hopefully – advertisers on Commercial Radio shows call the shots after all.
    Also, come on Mayo.

  2. Joe cool

    Does the Sunday world have a hotline to that poor woman’s grave? There’s absolute poor shocking journalism and there’s this. That’s up there with the worst headlines I’ve ever read

  3. Kdoc1

    The GRA are threatening legal action because their spokesman spoke gibberish to an RTE reporter!!!
    RTE didn’t make a mockery of the GRA – they did that all by themselves.

    1. realPolithicks

      The GRA appear to exist in some sort of alternative universe where no matter what there “members” do its always somebody else’s fault. It’s a perfect example of whats wrong with the force, there is no accountability for anything…disband them and start again, the culture is rotten.

    2. Frilly Keane

      Hang on a Sec
      Tis one lad employed by the GRA that’s made them a laughing stock

      Sur look at the gatch of him in that screen grab
      FFS
      Patrolling a posh hotel lobby more like

      How do these lads get these handy well paid gigs anyway?

    3. Nigel

      No Garda gave that interview. It was pressure from the higher ups caused him to have to give that interview. But no Garda was responsible for that interview.

  4. Catherinecostelloe

    Brown nosed and brown envelope Fianna Fail are true to form anyway in not seeking discipline for false breath tests..
    Whatever happened to the FF Limerick councillor who crashed his car, pissed as a parrot, 4 times over the drink driving limit over a year ago?
    Nothing, that’s what.

    1. Shayna

      To be fair, favours are called by all parties to Na Garda Siochana. Perhaps, a new Commissioner will change all that. (I’m not holding my breath).

  5. Shayna

    Kielty is a funny guy. My sister lives up there, Maghera/Castlewellan, County Down. On a visit to her, we got involved in a lock-in at the Maghera Inn. Kielty walks in @ 1 am and pronounces. “Which one of youse are Catholic, and which ones are Protestant – oh sorry, it’s Maghera, we’re all Catholic.”
    I get that he had a trauma, his dad being killed by the UK forces and all but he’s a tad on the dick side.

    1. Goosey Lucy

      I’d like to say that that hasn’t been my experience of the north but in general I find they are obsessed with knowing which camp you stand in.
      Neither thanks, yer grand as you are.
      Mind you, ”tis the same if I head to Kerry/Mayo etc- they look at you as if you’ve ten heads when you tell them you’re “not really into the GAA”!

    2. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

      Friend had a spare ticket to one of his gigs. I went along. It was the worst comedy gig I’ve ever been to.

          1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

            I know the score. Mr Andy watching it on delay. VERY tempted to shout the final score out.

          2. Brother Barnabas

            Eh, andyourpointiswhatexactly, we don’t speak of him. we don’t every mention him. we pretend he doesn’t exist.

            (“on delay”… about right for him)

          1. Spaghetti Hoop

            Brother, replays are for when the scores are EVEN. This score was won by Dublin by a point. Well done both teams. A War of Attrition. I love the consistency of winning and that streak. It won’t last forever.

          2. Bertie Blenkinsop

            I’d love Mayo to break their duck, when Dublin are done.
            Their fans are brilliant, they’re knowledgeable, likeable and always approachable.
            Anyhow…
            3 in a row!!!!

          3. Harry Molloy

            ah thanks lads, but what a game! was badly needed, and a team as good as Dublin deserve 3 in a row. my 50/1 on Andy Moran for player of the year is still in with a shout at least

          4. Spaghetti Hoop

            ‘Nice’ is not what All-Irelands are built upon. No doubt Mayo will have their day. They failed to beat a great Dublin team today. 31 against 1.

          5. Frilly Keane

            No they didn’t Brudder

            A bitta cop here now
            For more 1 on 1
            Man on man
            marking today
            Stuff we haven’t seen in years
            20 plus even
            In the Big Ball at any rate

            D’ya know what lads
            We’d a proper All Ireland Football Final today
            Savage Stuff
            Attacking Hungry Hunting
            It had it all
            Congrats to all

            Remember Mayo
            There’s always next year

            Rena Buckley for Footballer of the year tho

          6. bad@memes

            We’d a proper All Ireland Football Final today

            Too true.
            …But if Mayo had won it would have been legendary.

          1. Brother Barnabas

            thanks. let’s pretend from now on that he’s on a really, really long business trip. and it’s anyone’s guess if he’ll ever come back.

  6. bad@memes

    I’m a Dub.
    I apologise for that but sure what can you do?

    I wanted Mayo to win today.
    The score was so tight throughout that I never stopped believing it might happen.
    I drank a pint per point. I spillled a few when the ball went wide but let’s not dwell on that.

    First time I watched a whole GAA match, EVER.
    It matters only a little bit to me that Mayo lost, but by Christ… If they had won…..
    And they should have…

    1. Spaghetti Hoop

      I won €160 on bets from Dubs who thought Mayo would win. I’d portion some of that on a pint for you Harry.

    2. the other bad@memes

      I’m a Whisky man.
      – Is a pint bigger than a bottle? I don’t really mind either way.

      (Excuse me. I’m after being in work. I’m drunk.)

      footnote;
      My spelling gets better and my vocabulary expands exponentially when I drink.
      Yeah… I know…

      My HTLM is excellend, alwares.

      1. the other bad@memes

        PS.
        Seriously, I never met a bloke off of Broadsheet in real life.
        It never progressed beyond a Skype call that one time with Bodger.
        He’s weird. He thinks I’m weird, which I think is weird, IN A WEIRD KINDA WAY…

        Johnny K is cool. He has me number so he must be mad cool or more.

        I refuse to name the three ladies* I HAVE MET, in real life.

        Relax Anne… I said LADIES.

  7. bad@memes

    Actually, when you look at it I think I’ve met more of you in real life than anyone else.
    I’m not bragging.

    I just don’t understand it.

    1. bad@memes

      Let’s set up a meet-up, obviously starting somewhere in Dublin.
      We can move about as flexibly as flexible will extend.
      New towns, new faces, new laughs, etc…

      I’m on the wrong thread again, amn’t I?

      1. bad@memes

        It shouldn’t bother me but it does…

        You asked me for some Dub one day, Mrs. Hoop.
        I obliged. You blanked me.

        Your original request displayed your ignorance.
        – Like there’s only one kinda DUB.

        It took me a couple of days to figure out how to please you.
        I didn’t know what you meant, but I tried.
        I shouldn’t have flipping bothered me boo boo.
        I bet you never even played it.

        It went a bit like this;
        http://tinyurl.com/hoopydub

        I even made a special

        People like you
        make me angry.
        Nobody
        Likes people like you.

        1. Spaghetti Hoop

          Blanked you? I played the track and thanked you at the time.
          Memes, I don’t stay up as late as you on Broadsheet and perhaps my absence of active engagement with you in the comments appeared to you as ‘blanking’ you? I don’t even know you ffs. Pretty nasty stuff you are saying to me here. But you know what, I couldn’t give a flying fupp.

      2. bad@memes

        Most importantly, we shall all leave our Interbet Persona at home, yeah?
        Trust me… That’s a very good idea.

  8. Ben Redmond

    Die Dubliner sind heute die Übermenschen. Die Mädel tanzen beim Liffey. Schade Mayo Bhoys müssen im Atlantik schwimmen.

    1. Guy Bague

      Google translated:

      “The Dubliners are today the superhuman. The girls dance at the Liffey. Schade Mayo Bhoys must swim in the Atlantic.”

      Is that you, Angela?

  9. Frilly Keane

    Ah how did we miss that

    A Sex Witch

    Flying inta the place
    An All Black no less l
    Some neck on her tbf

    Teaching us …….

  10. Guy Bague

    Usual racist stuff from the Daily Star on Sunday. Why give this paper the oxygen of publicity? Giving the writers of such stuff the oxygen of real oxygen is bad enough.

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