Tag: ireland

HSE ‘One Cold Sore’ Away From Crumbling

THE truth about how close the Irish health system came to total collapse has been revealed in a stunning new book titled ‘The Almost-Shat Togs’, which gives a behind the scenes look at the weeks following the initial 2020 lockdown and how we were ‘one hospital porter with a hangover’ from total chaos, as is… Read more »

Getting Deported On Your J1, A Guide

WITH J1 summer season nearly upon students, WWN has produced this essential guide on ensuring you never forget your magical experience by getting deported. Here’s how you do it: 1) Mistakenly talk to a US police officer the way you would a guard. “Howiya horse?” will certainly be taken not as a genial greeting but… Read more »

Husband’s Annual Half-Arsed Tidy Of House Underway

A MAJOR undertaking on a scale never before witnessed throughout the course of human history is currently unfolding at 44 Glenmare Court, Waterford. Burning as many as 11 calories during his half-arsed minutes-long attempts at cleaning the house Alan Kearnans is that rare beast; a man with a slavish devotion to keeping a tidy house…. Read more »

Friend Issues Terrifying Offer Of Night Out

THINK you have problems? Count yourself lucky that you aren’t 43-year-old Waterford man Phil MacLoone, who earlier today received a chilling text from one of his pals hinting at a possible piss-up in the pair’s near future. “Once you pass 40, you’d rather get a letter from Revenue saying there’s some irregularities with your accounts… Read more »