Category: SPORT


Men To Ignore Women Again Now That The Premiership Is Back

WOMEN the length and breath of the country will be outright ignored by the male population now that they can go back to watching millionaires chase a ball. During the Summer months many women found themselves to be right at the centre of male attention but now face the reality that this focus will wane…. Read more »

Mourinho: “I Won’t Play Mind Games, Or Will I?”

JOSE MOURINHO held court in front of a giddy football press core at one of his last pre-season press conferences before the start of the new season. Chelsea, like many other Premier League teams, were competing in friendly matches in far flung corners of the planet to spread the message of extensive merchandise available to… Read more »

Football Hooligans Thank Liverpool FC For Handy Bigotry Guide

FOOTBALL hooligans from Britain and further a field have thanked Liverpool F.C for providing them with a handy ‘bigotry guide’ of derogatory words and phrases. The literature was circulated within Anfield to make all staff aware of language unsuitable for use but there have been unintentional consequences. Terry Craddock, an ardent fan of yelling obscenities… Read more »

‘HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA’, Thinks Nations Hurling Fans

THE NATIONS hurling fans laughed their bollocks off following Kilkenny’s exit from this years championship yesterday afternoon in Semple Stadium, it has been revealed today. Absolutely every other county GAA follower were said to be ‘in stitches’ shortly after their five point defeat against Cork. “Ah man, I think myself and the whole pub laughed… Read more »

Blow To Chewing Gum Manufacturer Following Fergie Exit

CHEWING GUM manufacturer Wrigley’s announced today it will be scaling down production following news of Alex Ferguson’s retirement yesterday afternoon. The 122-year-old company will start laying off an estimated 90% of its world-wide workforce from June, which will see 3,078 full-time workers made redundant. Future lay-offs will coincide with the end of the 2012/13 premier… Read more »