Have We Lost The True Meaning Of Christmas?


Leanne O’Toole tweetz:

I was so invested in getting Kevin the Carrot and Co at 9am that I forgot to go on and get Spice Girls tickets until 9:04am and they were sold out 😭 oh well at least my Squad is cool 😂

Ken Curtin tweetz:

Hectic morning at @Aldi_Ireland #Cobh but the craic was 90 as half the town was here, all queing to buy the legend that is #KevinTheCarrot



Earlier: Chicas To The Front

42 thoughts on “Have We Lost The True Meaning Of Christmas?

    1. ReproBertie

      Presume that’s the TM issue where they are unavailable due to being held for purchase but then freed up when sessions collapse.

  1. Nigel

    Why are the parsnips so angry? It’s a nasty stereotype that thick white vegetables are angry all the time.

          1. Nigel

            I was raised on turnips, cabbage and broccoli and hated them so much. The Christmas miracle is that I’m actually fine with all of them, now, but sometimes the past, it haunts me.

          2. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

            Ehm, Cork is a city, like. So shurrup with your “mucker” slurs.
            I will freely admit to the notions bit.

          3. Cian

            but I now realise that I hated vegetables because my mother would boil every last drop of flavour and nutrients before serving them.

            Now, I eat them while they still have a bit of crunch!

          4. Nigel

            Except for the turnip, presumably. ‘If a turnip goes crunch it’s your teeth for lunch’ as my dear old granny used to say.

          5. Cian

            three things:
            1. I said “a bit of crunch”
            2. ignoring #1, raw turnip is loverly… with a smidge of salt.
            3. your granny’s din-chewers may have been a bit dodgy – but I have all my own teeth so can manage a bit of turnip!

      1. Clampers Outside!

        Fun fact, carrots were originally thick white vegetables (and other varieties of purple or yellow) until the white ones were managed or modified to increase carotene until they turned into the orange carrot we have today.

          1. Clampers Outside!

            True that, William of Orange and all that.

            I’m sure the illiberal far-lefties will, in continuing their current trajectory, have to ban carrots for their role in promoting monarchies, colonialism and Dutch patriotism… :0p’

  2. BS

    I wish i was ahead of the game on these xmas fads. Id buy up half the stock and rinse people for them before the big day. 500e for a barbie. the true meaning of xmas

  3. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

    I think they need to introduce street chess or reintroduce handball or something in Cobh.
    Half the town in Aldi buying toy carrots, hah? Have ye nothing better to be doing with yeer time?

    1. Spaghetti Hoop

      It’s the whole carrot and stick thing with addictive consumerism. People can easily be told they have to buy poop.

  4. Boj

    Q.Have We Lost The True Meaning Of Christmas?
    A. Yes, 100%. But the true meaning will go on sale tmrw morning @ 4am, see you there guys!!

    The consumer panic always titillates me at this time of year.

      1. Nigel

        I just realised when you’re plotting behind someone’s back and feeling pretty pleased with yourself about it it’s smugduggery.

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