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Liverpool Fans Terrified It May All Be A Dream

Large swathes of Liverpool fans are routinely checking they are in fact operating in the realm known as ‘reality’ following the club’s ascension to the top of the Premier League table with just 6 games left to play. Liverpool, a club rich in history and success, finds itself in first position in the league with… Read more »

‘World’s Greatest Mom’ Goes Back To Being Ignored By Children

Sheila Mannion, a 59-year-old mother of 4, received unparalleled acclaim yesterday from her children Stephen, Sarah, Paul and Ciara. Unlike the rest of the Nation’s mothers, Sheila was unequivocally declared the World’s greatest mother and as a result was showered with attention and a number of reasonably priced gifts. Sheila was held in long, loving… Read more »

Dublin Gang Intern Disappointed Crime Is Nothing Like Love/Hate

Anthony Mulhearn was said to be left disappointed after completing a 3-month internship with a leading Dublin gang. 17 year-old Anthony Mulhearn from Donabate, Dublin is reportedly regretting his decision to take up an internship with a leading crime gang after he described the experience as ‘a complete waste of time’. Anthony, inspired by hit… Read more »

‘Candy Crush’ Maker Valued At $7.1 Billion In World Gone Mad

The world has gone completely and utterly insane if it truly values ‘Candy Crush’ creator King Digital Entertainment at $7.1 million, it has emerged. The games firm has raised $500 million through its IPO meaning that individuals somewhere with brains, thoughts and large bank balances believe the ‘Candy Crush’ game which is similar to over… Read more »

Garda Bugging Contains Over 400 Hours Of Calls To Takeaways

Although the Nation is still trying to wrap its head around yesterday’s revelations of Garda bugging further details are now emerging. We now know that the recording of ingoing and outgoing calls in the vast majority of Garda Stations has been occurring throughout the country unbeknownst to the Government and general public. The system was… Read more »