Outrage As Students Keep College Town In Jobs


HUNDREDS of distressed Waterford citizens were outraged this week as the annual college RAG festivities devastated the town with large injections of cash and jobs.

Local businesses were said to be recovering today after what has been called the ‘worst week they have ever put down in their miserable lives’.

Publican Michael Toomey told WWN today that he never wants to see it that busy ever again

“It was mental now. We couldn’t keep up with the demand for drinks at one stage.”

“I never want to see anything like that again.”

Concerned residents voiced their concern about recent you-tube videos which depicted students jeering and laughing at normal peoples lives.

One 32-year-old woman said she was ‘shocked’ at the scenes she witnessed and couldn’t believe people would stoop so low as to knock over traffic cones and bollards.

“You wouldn’t see them doing that in their own town!

“I wonder what their parents would say if they seen them spending money like that and having fun.”

“They obviously have no respect for people who live meaningless lives.

The woman then spoke of her college experience, which was waaaay back in 2004.

“There was none of this carry on back in my day. We used to be happy drinking flagons of fanta whilst knitting duvet covers for the local hospice.”

Facebook couch campaigners have also attacked the evil bastard students by typing really sensible sentences on their status updates and liking similar such sentences, left by similar minded people, who have even higher moral standards.

WWN has also acted out against the sick monsters by sending a really strongly worded letter to WIT demanding they cease all education immediately.

We await the reply.