26 thoughts on “Wednesday’s Papers

  1. Hank

    Yeah. Stop dieting like a man you big weirdo.
    Here, have some botox for your hair you wrinkly haired freak.

    1. An beanaht eile

      hey Hank.
      I don’t know what you’re talking about (obviously) but I agree with your principles.

      Ban censorship..

      But you’re not allowed to say that, are you?

    2. Junkface

      Is dieting a thing that men do much? I never have, don’t know many friends who have? Do they just make up anything now for papers?

      1. johnny

        …fasting yes fasting,no no not fisting,is quite ‘popular’ with ..or juicing/tea only days -too LA/NY- no ?

    3. Janet, dreams of an alternate universe

      Stop dieting full stop and eat a sustainable balanced unprocessed diet that covers all the food groups in NORMAL portion sizes…don’t snack, stop thinking biscuits are a treat and walk to the shops instead of driving. If you really need to shift weight drop all carbs after 4 pm for a month and run/ exercise that gets your heart going three times a week. Boom, fifty quid please ;)

    1. Mr.T

      The volcano in La Palma has released more SO2 in the past month than man-made sources over the past several years

    1. Micko


      I’d say he’s freaking out after Liz shock the hands of all the lads in front of him.

      “Must get hand sanitiser!!”

      1. SOQ

        Yes I was thinking about that one- she’s around the country now like a greyhound on speed- 95 and not a mask in sight?

  2. GiggidyGoo

    Shouldn’t the AG come out now and give legal opinion on the confusing parts of the grand re-opening? You know, just so that it’s abundantly clear etc.? Or will we have to wait until Varadkar and Co. attends some venue?

  3. Nigel

    ‘The story of Thomas Midgley, who had, as J. R. McNeill wrote “more impact on the atmosphere than any other single organism in earth’s history.”’


    ‘With his inventions, Thomas Midgley Jr. contributed to the poisoning of three generations of children, increased the risk of skin cancer and other skin problems related to exposure to UV rays, and contributed greatly to global warming.’

    People really, really don’t understand the sheer scale of the damage done, and still being done, to us and to the world by these people and these companies.

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