Tag: ireland

15% Of Millennials Found To Be Living With Mummified Remains Of Long-Dead Parents

NEW statistics have shown that more young people than ever before are living in their childhood homes while the petrified remains of their long-deceased parents ghoulishly sit in lifelike poses around the house, WWN can confirm. With the 18-35 year demographic, many of whom fall into the ‘millennial’ category have long struggled to find affordable accommodation which… Read more »

Irish Protesters To Train With French Protesters In Landmark Deal

A LANDMARK training and education scheme will see Irish protesters gaining some hands on experience on the ground in Paris, France, learning directly from the leading lights of the protesting world, the so-called ‘Yellow Jackets’. The knowledge-sharing exercise could bring Irish protests into the modern protesting landscape that is 2018 and further help protesters achieve… Read more »

“I’m A Real Boy,” Confirms Tubridy

AHEAD of this year’s Late Late Toy Show extravaganza host Ryan Tubridy spoke exclusively to RTÉ, because that’s who he is directly employed by and from a marketing and branding perspective it makes no sense whatsoever to give a rival broadcaster or publication the exclusive, obviously. However, WWN put its ears to the window of… Read more »