Tag: ireland

Local Couple Haven’t Had A Night Out In Ages

SEEKING to correct a trend which has continued unabated for ‘God’s knows how long’, one Waterford couple have declared that they haven’t had a night out in ages, shocking the close knit Waterford county community. Sighting current responsibilities, including working, heading to the gym and raising their child, Tramore couple Michael Harney and Tina Longan… Read more »

Government’s ‘Yes’ Honeymoon Lasts 3 Days

THE Government has been asked to return to work following a lengthy honeymoon during which it patted itself on its back for singlehandedly delivering a successful Yes vote in the recent referendum. “Fuc…fiddlesticks, thought maybe that went away” remarked Minister for Health Simon Harris, as he bore witness to nationwide protests over the Cervical Check… Read more »

“Don’t Thank Me All At Once” – Taoiseach

SWOOPING in at the last minute to take all of the credit that doesn’t belong to him, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has heralded the successful campaign to repeal the 8th amendment by appearing in front of the world’s leading media agencies in a bid to make it look like this was all his idea, WWN can… Read more »

No Side To Tirelessly Campaign For Vulnerable Children From Now On

AFTER unsuccessfully campaigning against the repeal of the 8th amendment leading No Side figures have announced a drastic change in direction and focus, stating they will from now on actually campaign for help and support for the vulnerable children Ireland has living in the country. Extending that focus to increasing supports to pregnant women, women,… Read more »