31 thoughts on “De Friday Papers

          1. millie st murderlark


            I dunno either. I loved chemistry in school. Pure rubbish at it, but I absolutely loved it.

  1. SOQ

    Defiant May. Well what else is she going to say? I am jacking it all in and moving to Spain to open a pub? One thing for sure, she has earned her pension.

    1. ReproButina

      She has the numbers for a vote of no confidence though so it’ll be another waste of time from the Sasamachs.

      Still, best The UK season finale ever.

    2. Cú Chulainn

      I’m torn between deep admiration and and a dark desire to see little englanders and their DUP friends burn in the biggest economic disaster of the modern age.

      1. ReproButina

        It’s like watching your brother do something incredibly stupid. You want it to go terribly wrong so they’ll see the folly of their ways but, at the same time, it’s your brother and you don’t really want them hurt.

  2. Ollie Cromwell

    Victory in Dublin.
    €3.3 billion wiped off the value of Irish shares yesterday,the worst of any country in Europe.
    Some victory.
    Be afraid Ireland.
    Be very very afraid.

    1. Nigel

      When Ollie’s threatening pro-Brexit comments are indistinguishable from doom-laden anti-Brexit comments you know it’s all going down the tubes.

    2. Spaghetti Hoop

      Hence my call for compensation for a foreign referendum causing us economic damage and political expense.
      Or maybe a reduction in ‘those repayments’.
      Hmmm…did we ever get reparations from Britain for the occupation and war(s)?
      Thoughts for the day old chap.

    3. DeKloot

      Such insight. Shure the dogs in the streets knew that a hard Brexit is a disaster for us. But we will recover much quicker than Blighty.

      We’re now at epilogue in the great Greek tragedy that Brexit is. Someone is about to find out he’s been ridin’ his ma and all sorts of eye gouging is yet to come.

  3. Starina

    Look, it’s become very obvious that they can’t govern themselves over there. A centralised administration from the Dublin government is the only solution.

    1. ReproButina

      Remember when David Cameron said the choice was him or a “coalition of chaos”? Remember when he decided to call the Sasamach referendum to draw a line under the infighting in the Conservative and Unionist Party? What they really need now is some strong and stable leadership, probably from unelected bureaucrats in Brussels.

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