Are Your Parents Safe Online?

KIDS! Do you know what your parents are up to when they go online? A startling new study shows that almost 100% of parents are exposing themselves to fake news, spam articles, endless clickbait holes and arguments with Russian spambots every time they surf the information superhighway… often to disastrous effects. Concerned? You should be…. Read more »

Arsehole Customer ‘Knows The Owner’

“Is Barry on tonight?” began middle aged customer Margaret Caulfield, who spent her first three minutes frantically looking for attention in the busy Waterford city restaurant. “Barry’s usually on Friday nights. Is he off?” Immediately discerning the woman’s particular customer persona as one they were reluctantly well versed in, staff at ‘The Coddle Pot’ drew plastic straws… Read more »

Nathan Carter Robbed At Grammys

THERE was widespread shock and dismay among the culchie community in Ireland today, after Country star Nathan Carter was sensationally snubbed at the 61st Grammy Awards ceremony last night. Carter, who was not nominated for any awards whatsoever, was seen by many in the Midlands and south of Ireland as a ‘dead cert’ for a gong… Read more »

BREAKING: Simon Harris TRAPPED Inside Of Simon Harris

NEWS has just broken that Health Minister Simon Harris is believed to be TRAPPED inside Simon Harris. The disturbing incident comes hours after an estimated 400,000 protesters (believed to be convicted murderers from JOBSTOWN and part of the terrorist ANTI-AUSTERITY MOVEMENT) stood VIOLENTLY outside the home of the health minister, WWN can sensationally report with loud… Read more »

Apartment Building Demolished With Ripe Avocado

AN OLD and dilapidated Dublin apartment block has been brought down in no time after a demolition team used a revolutionary method which is set to take the demolition industry by storm. Instead of a wrecking ball, Duffy & Sons Demolition hung a ready-to-eat avocado from a local supermarket to the cables of their crane,… Read more »

Irish Rugby Bandwagon Enjoys First Week Off In Ages

THE LONGTIME operator of the Irish rugby bandwagon service has admitted to being relieved after learning he will have his first week off in over a year following last week’s demoralising loss to England in the 6 Nations, WWN has learned. “Usually I’m inundated with calls from people looking for a lift to the stadiums… Read more »