Author Archives: John Moynes

Vegan steak is now available at Tesco Ireland stores

In Holland they’ve started to make
A cunning and audacious fake
This slimy Dutch treat
Contains bugger all meat
So it certainly isn’t a steak

John Moynes

Pic: Reddit

Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May

It’s going to be a tough day
For embattled Prime Minister May
But if it goes well
She’ll just have to sell
Her deal to all of the UK

John Moynes

Pic: Getty

Last night: Breakthrough

Some pilots are wondering why
They saw a bright light in the sky
Though it gave them a shock
It was just burning rock
And E.T. was not passing by

John Moynes

Video via Dublin Aviation

Jim Daly, junior Minister for Health and Older People, emerges following a slip in the Wild Atlantic Pool

If you’re launching a new swimming pool
Please stick to this one simple rule
It will all work our grand
If you stay on dry land
Don’t fall in; you’ll look like a fool

John Moynes

UK Prime Minister Theresa May and her former brexit minister Steve Baker

Steve Baker, a hard Brexiteer
Has made his position quite clear
If the cabinet go
For a deal he’ll vote no
Is May reaching her final frontier?

John Moynes

Pics: Getty

The ‘Fuhrer Cake’ brought into an Australian classroom by a school employee

An Australian decided to take
His left over swastika cake
To distribute at school
Thus breaking a rule
What a jaw-dropping error to make

John Moynes

Pic: Sydney Morning Herald

 Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Minister for Health Simon Harris

With the health service feeling the pinch
The government can’t give an inch
There’ll be no festive cheer
For medics this year
As Leo is playing the Grinch.

John Moynes

Rollingnews

Tim Berners-Lee at the opening of the Web Summit 2018 in Lisbon last night

Some boffin called Tim Berners-Lee
Thinks the internet can grow to be
A place of delights
Where people have rights
But that’s something that I don’t foresee

John Moynes

Pic: Getty

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and UK Prime Minister Theresa May in Brussels. Belgium last month

Apparently Britain now seeks
A deal that will last just twelve weeks
After which they can order
A brand new hard border
They’re talking out of their arse cheeks

John Moynes

Rollingnews

Meanwhile…

Hmm.

Organisers have blamed rain and RTÉ for the low turnout at the Papal Mass in Phoenix Park last August

I think that we all can agree
Each one of us wanted to be
In a park with the Pope
But we just couldn’t cope
With some rain, so we watched on TV

John Moynes