One Size Doesn’t Fit All


This afternoon.

Dunnes Stores, unspecified location

Kevin Doyle writes:

Pope T shirts for some, miniature Vatican City flags for others.


19 thoughts on “One Size Doesn’t Fit All

  1. SOQ

    Speaking of which, I tried on an xxl Tony Bowen labelled t shirt yesterday. It looked great on my elbow. Made in small peopled China so. Still, the adventure is probably a decent tax break… as intended.

  2. Nigel

    The failte’s are being block-booked by protestors so now it’s down to trioca chuaig failte.

    1. Friscondo

      The stockinged legs in the background only add to how weird this whole tableau is! The past isn’t even the past, etc, etc. Drink, feck, girls.

  3. Daisy Chainsaw

    Klassy as fook dat!

    The white tees look like they have Penance written on the back!

  4. dondon

    Maybe Dunne’s stores added to the list of boycott
    Wonder if Norris and the flotilla will be demonstrating outside the stores

        1. Gay for the weekend for the craic

          OMG, yes…!
          They just go on and on like a broken record, don’t they?*
          It’s getting embarrassing.
          They just go on and on and on…
          Saying the same thing, over and over again.
          Like one of those broken records.
          On and on…

          *which reminds me, I found out it was YOU who scratched my Chic album. Get your nails cut. (joke)

  5. mildred st meadowlark

    I’d be inclined to wear it in a purely ironic manner, but I don’t think some folk would get the joke.

  6. scottser

    Now, were they all not going on that anyone selling tickets to big frank was going to roast in hell, that this gig wasnt for profit etc. How is this not the same? and more to the point does the vatican get a few bob from licencing, copyright, branding and the like?

  7. Gabby

    More business as usual. I suppose Welcome Frankie T-shirts are manufactured by the kind of enterprises that churn out Gay pride T-shirts. People are all market targets. Bam, you just bought a T-shirt.

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