47 thoughts on “For The English Market

  1. Starina

    They might as well claim Paris is a part of Britain. That’s quite a stretch to include Cork, even if there is a bit of shoneenism down there.

  2. DaithiG

    You know the likes of the Daily Mail, Sun, Express, they do this deliberately. I guarantee this is on their website and things like this get shared on twitter/fb/myspace etc, which gets clicked on more due to the rage of Irish people.

    Don’t bite people, in fact, never click on a Daily Mail article (unless you regularly read the DM, in which case you can fupp off)

  3. ReproButina

    Given the increasing evidence that the “well educated” morons behind Sasamach know nothing about the EU, European history or Ireland it really shouldn’t come as a surprise that the racist rag that encourages and influences them knows nothing about geography.

    To put it another way: The Brits, never not at it since 1170.

  4. Paulus

    Oh I like toponym – kinda self-explanatory too.
    Now I can’t help wondering is there a bottonym?

  5. LeopoldGloom

    Had a reservation for Mews a few weeks ago. cancelled it and ate Pizza down by the pier instead. It was worth it.

  6. bisted

    …when I came to Broadsheet first, Frilly and Clampers were already here…we seldom agree with eachother but we recognise eachother…they go back a long, long way…and I remember when Clampers was the only Green in the village and one of the most entertaining commentors…

  7. Nigel

    It’s as if feckin; Thanos is up there clicking his fingers like a deranged beatnik. ‘I don’t feel so goo Mr Bodger…’

  8. Nigel

    I’ve seen comments you people wouldn’t believe. I’ve seen Clampers on fire over trans women in prison. I’ve watched F-Keane mutter in the dark about how Broadsheet moderates. All these comments will be lost in time, like tears in the rain. Time for a cuppa tea.

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