35 thoughts on “Post Modern

  1. Bebe

    They look so colorful in our drab, grey backdrop perhaps we should leave them wrapped all year round !

    1. Brother Barnabas

      too risky

      you’d have De Gays running amok with giddiness, dry humping them 24/7

    2. eoin

      But doesn’t the rainbow symbolise God’s contract with man that he would never again flood the gaff? Would be a bit sarcastic in Ireland.

      1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

        It’s a pretty puerile form of humour, but God how I love double entendres.

  2. AssPants

    Lovely work by the Broadsheet………..seems like one must be of the “outrage” society to have ones comments posted.

    THAT AWFUL, AWFUL MAN…………..he should be sent to the dungeon at once.

    Will you post this comment please Broadsheet? I am so very very sorry I wasn’t on the outrage train of feminists earlier.

    1. millie st murderlark

      Did you get lost, dearie? Or are you starting a new trend of pointless angry man rants?

      1. Ian-O

        I’m confused by the specific term ‘AssPants’.

        Are there a type of pants designed to cover something other than one’s ass?

        Are socks now considered ‘FootPants’? Scarves = ‘NeckPants’.

        : |

          1. scottser

            when socks lose their elasticity but are still wearable, i lovingly refer to them as ‘footbags’

          1. Ian-O

            Too poor. All I could afford was the material that is missing from the chaps. Like two oval hankies. Made of leather. With rhinestones.

            I’d advise not wearing just those to Tescos though, they seem to frown upon that sort of thing.

            : |

          2. SOQ

            Is there any other sort? I mean if they weren’t ass-less they’d just be trousers surely?

          3. Spaghetti Hoop

            @SOQ
            While chaps are assless trousers, I assume they are also ‘assless chaps’ until some ass puts them on.

            (in a post about post boxes).

        1. Spaghetti Hoop

          I long for the day when ‘S’ stands on its own and straight becomes a cool minority with post boxes, parades, targeted advertising and taboos.

  3. Spaghetti Hoop

    Best Pride ever was around 2010 when the Dublin Zombie Walk was unwittingly scheduled for the same Saturday – leaving Stephens Green, while Pride left the Garden of Remembrance. They clashed hilariously at College Green and the zombies either gave up and went for pints or merged with the Pridesters and went back the way they had walked – but less dead. Given that Pride should be about being who you want to be, diversity and acceptance, we should add a Z on to LGBTTQQIAAP to commemorate this momentous event.

    1. Ian-O

      Not on your life Spaghetti.

      If there was one thing I could always rely on it was that smashing in a zombies skull would bring you the praise of your survivor peers and garner much Zapocalyptic accolades.

      Don’t take that from me….

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