Tag: ireland

Dublin Sick Of Carrying Rest Of Country On Its Back

DUBLINERS emerged today to hold an emergency press conference expressing their desire for the rest of the county to buck up its idea and start helping out around here. “We pay most of the income tax, corporation tax, you name it we’re the ones carrying you workshy, low income bastards on our shoulders and it’s… Read more »

How Much Clothing Should A Woman Wear?

WOMEN and their clothing choices continue to be a bone of contention in Irish society, with fresh calls for regulation on the amount of fabric a woman should be wearing at any given time. Although Ireland has always insisted that women dress appropriately by covering up their bodies as much as possible so as to not… Read more »

‘No Smelly Dole Heads’ The List Of Discriminatory Ads Blocked From Daft.ie

THE country’s largest property website Daft.ie has been ordered by the Irish Human Rights Commission (IHREC) to block discriminatory advertising terms from appearing on its website. The IHREC said it undertook a review of the website and identified a number of adverts it believed discriminated on housing, detailing the full list of banned phrases below: No… Read more »

Government TDs Issued With ‘No Service To Public Cards’

GOVERNMENT TDs are to be issued with new ‘no service to public cards’ (NSTPC) following a string of poor decisions involving public money, which has cost the Irish taxpayer billions of euro in wasted schemes, builds and internal inquiries into mismanagement within the government. Flanking their stunning incompetence, TDs and ministers alike stood hesitantly with giant sized samples of the compulsory… Read more »