Let’s Really Test How Humourless The GAA Is About How Its Trademarks Are Used


IRISH food chain Supermacs recently incurred a suspension of their accounts on social media for using ‘registered trademarks of the GAA’ in a humour-laced post the GAA flagged with Facebook and Instagram.

A simple, lighthearted joke those in GAA HQ did not approve of, did not sanction, cannot abide and need therapy for.

To avoid anyone in the GAA ever having to go through such a hurtful experience again, WWN has endeavoured to find out what the definitive list of ‘no-nos’ are for the GAA top brass when it comes to their humourlessness so everyone knows what not to say, do or use.

Here goes nothing:

And in the interest of balance:

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