29 thoughts on “Thursday’s Papers

        1. Charger Salmons

          717,000 AstraZeneca jabs have been sent from Britain to Australia after the EU blocked exports to the country.
          Ireland is not the only former colony we help out when they’re in trouble.
          I’m sure the Aussies will show a bit more gratitude.

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          1. GiggidyGoo

            Ireland was never a colony of britain. Charger obviously doesn’t know his british history tsk tsk. Man oh man, what a plonkeh!

      1. Rosette of Sirius

        Drugs apparently. The usual suspects up there an not able to access their ‘product’ from as easily as they did so they’ve seriously amped up in an effort to destabilise things further.

        And as for Our’lene, that attempted murder on the bus driver, the shinners done it because of a funeral 9 months ago.

        It’s pretty spectacular how self destructive they are up there.

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    1. goldenbrown

      sweet jasus

      I need some nurofen after trying to read thru that reddit thread, have a proper splitter now

      that parody boris chitter bus meme was perfect tho

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  1. benblack

    Is anyone else a fan of Tomorrow Tonight’s Heber Rowan and the easy interaction with JR?

    I know I am.

    David Langwallner’s TT’s conversation with JR is another reason I keep coming back to this site – also to check up on the regular commenters’ comments. Comments from new usernames are usually glanced briefly and scrolled by quickly – unless, something catches my eye.

    Where have all the good ones gone?

    Millie, I’m looking at you!

    Thank God for Lilly et al.

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    1. Lilly

      Ah thanks Ben! I’d say Millie’s little fella is at a stage that leaves her little spare time. I too am a fan of Heber’s. His voice is so relaxing, I tend to fall asleep listening last thing at night and have to replay the following day. Do others wonder when someone disappears abruptly – as in, not a flounce preceded by a row – if they’re okay? I hope Brother Barnabas is still in the land of the living.

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        1. Lilly

          Oh good! Let us know if you hear back. With a bit of luck, he’s kicking his heels up in some sunny spot with patchy broadband.

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      1. Janet, chatty mammy

        I remember in art college once, a German tutor ushered is in to see an example of her work, it was a video piece of a rather strange alien landscape set to music, turns out it was a recording of the inside of her girlfriends anus, I skipped lunch that day and went straight to the pub, I used to drink caffery’s as I recall

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  2. Charlie

    Apparently one of the excuses given for the scroting up North is their anger at the new Brexit trade rules. Those 13 year olds are very clued in these days.

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    1. ian-oG

      David Begg, there’s a mush I had hoped not to see again.

      Not in the least bit surprised he took the vaccine and has no qualms about it.

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  3. Donald McCarthy

    Until and unless the N.I. Protocol is amended to allow the unfettered importation and distribution of much needed hard drugs by loyalist loyalists, Ulster unfree shall never be at peace.

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