Tag: ireland

Local Sap Actually Pays To Go On Luas

A NEW ’90 minute fare’ which allows passengers to switch between Luas, DART and Dublin bus services has been welcomed by one local lickarse, who has never jumped on any public transport service without paying. Waterford sap Declan Greenan, living in Dublin for several years, always pays to use the Luas service to and from… Read more »

Government To Meet NPHET For Emergency Secret Santa Draw

MEMBERS of the government are to meet with the National Public Health Emergency Team today after it was realised that imminent new restrictions may limit the present-buying time they have for their annual Secret Santa. With the new Omicron variant almost certainly present in Ireland already, Minister For Health Stephen Donnelly called the crisis meeting… Read more »

“Oh No, CCTV Cameras” Laughs Lad Robbing Your Gaff

LOCAL petty criminal Mal Atkinsson has admitted that he took stock of his career and reconsidered a change in lifestyle after noticing the rise in home CCTV security systems, before laughing to himself and continuing with his robbin’ ways. “When I first saw these Ring doorbells and cheap cameras that people were getting from Aldi,… Read more »