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Or whatever you’re having yourself.

Designer Fergus O’Neill, of Grand Grand Grand Grand, writes:

“The WANKER mug is printed NORTHSIDE WANKER one side and SOUTHSIDE WANKER the other.

“Depending in which hand you hold your beverage you can either proclaim your wankerness or preside in judgement over someone in your company from the wrong side of the compass. An inlaw or your spouse or fellow co-worker, etc.”

The mug is €10 and available here

Fergus adds:

“The other mug ‘LETS KEEP THE RECOVERY GOING’ pays homage to the great diktat of our time. It gives you a big thumbs-up and a ‘bualadh bos’ on the other side so you know how great you’re doing.

“This is a mug for people that get up early in the morning even though they all partied and who don’t get anything for nothing.”

The mug is also €10 and available here


Fergus kindly adds:

I have 4 Wanker mugs and 4 Recovery mugs to give away.

To win a Wanker mug, just tell me who you think the biggest wanker in Ireland is.

To win a Recovery mug, tell me your fondest political slogan.

Answers below.

Grand Grand

Irish-made stocking fillers to broadsheet@broadsheet.ie marked ‘Irish-made stocking fillers’. No fee.

livepreview2.aspxDo you know someone in the cup business?

We are in the early stages of producing a Broadsheet mug/beaker [with an eye on the ‘festive’ gifting season] and would like to know if there are any indigenous cupsmiths left in Ireland able to make 25 full-strength tay-sized receptacles for a non-splutter price?

We would like to avoid this type of cup if possible