Varadkar Promises To Meet Shatter For A Pint Sometime

MINISTER for transport Leo Varadkar said he will promise to meet up with ousted Justice Minister Alan Shatter for a pint sometime, “when all this politics stuff was over”. Mr. Varadkar made the pact shortly after lunch time yesterday, when the two men met up for the last time in Leinster house. “Sure, you won’t… Read more »

Gerry Adams Makes Formal Complaint To PSNI Over ‘Weak Interrogation Techniques’

SINN Fein president Gerry Adams has made a formal complaint to the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) over their “weak interrogation techniques” over the weekend, stating: “They don’t make interrogators like they used to.” Mr Adams was released without charge on Sunday night after four days of questioning by detectives about the 1972 murder of… Read more »

Dublin Man ‘Just A Friend’ For 134th Time

THERE were touching yet somewhat depressing scenes in Dublin last night as friends gathered to acknowledge perennial ‘just a friend’ Darragh Sweeney on the occasion of his 25th birthday. “Ah, I love him to bits,” shared beautiful model and strictly friends with Darragh, Ciara Coveney. “Me and Darragh? God, no! I mean he asked me… Read more »

Monica Lewinsky Still Can’t Get Cum Stain Off Dress

IN a tell-all article for Vanity Fair, former White House intern Monica Lewinsky detailed her frustrations in attempting to remove stained semen from her favourite blue dress. Monica Lewinsky gained notoriety in the late 90s, after admitting to having an ‘inappropriate relationship’ with then US President Bill Clinton while she worked at the White House… Read more »

Horse Still Waiting To Be Brought To France

THE Department of Agriculture has been asked to investigate the sad and troubling case of a horse which has been waiting to go to its new home in France for over a decade. It is believed a minefield of EU regulations and red tape coupled with a bitter family feud have been key factors in… Read more »