24 thoughts on “A Limerick A Day

  1. Daisy Chainsaw

    In keeping with the Pale, Male, Stale theme, gammon and cabbage will be served for lunch every day.

          1. mildred st meadowlark

            Oh. I see. I’m glad I’ve never had the pleasure. Even if yer man from Misfits is in it.

            Watch Death of Stalin. It’s brilliant. Pure hilarity.

          2. Nigel

            Hitler and Stalin had a baby and they named it rotide and it looked like a minion and Stalin said aren’t minions a bit overdone and Hitler said I love those mad little feckers and they smiled fondly and held hands and watched little rotide be worse than the two of them put together.

          3. Papi

            Death of Stalin is the first time in ages I guffawed, yes, guffawed out loud in the cinema. Brilliant movie.

      1. Daisy Chainsaw

        In the kitchen with the detergents… and the bodily fluids.

        Enjoy your meal… I dare you!

  2. TheRealJane

    Listen, you can’t invite women when the plenary sessions will be about whether women should have to be dipped in anti lice solution before entering a church and so on… I mean, they’d just be bleating about it being unfair but wouldn’t listen to the sane and rational arguments.

    1. Janet, I ate my Avatar

      I was waiting for a bus yesterday when a middle aged gentleman shot in front of me
      when I pulled him up on it
      he went into one
      saying a woman had no place to chide him and wemon didn’t know how to que anyway
      he wasn’t happy when I pointed out all the ladies successfully queing behind me
      I was shocked by his opening sexist madness :)

        1. Janet, I ate my Avatar

          with beans and a nice Chianti
          very nice it was too
          no just having trouble to jump back into English obviously lol
          My brain is no gymnast

          1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

            I used to but it’s kind of worn off. It resurfaces when I hang out with Corkonians, though.

          2. Papi

            My girlfriend thought I was speaking a foreign language once I arrived back in Cork. She honestly had no clue what I was saying to the taxi driver.

          3. realPolithicks

            You speak French with a Cork accent? You’ll have to submit a sample so we can all hear.

  3. Catherine costelloe

    Pity the dozen families who had a relative killed by a disqualified driver in the past 3 years aren’t invited. If the mc Gill school had listened to Lucia o Farrell four years ago when she made the long trip 12 families might not be utterly devastated and heartbroken today. The “system” is incapable of even taking licences from disqualified drivers , a farce. We talk too much when it’s actions that’s urgently needed.

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