Tag: ireland

Swans More Evil Than You Could Ever Have Imagined

A report issued today by the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine claims that a swan’s capacity for pure evil far exceeds the levels once previously accepted. A spokesperson for the Dept. has pleaded with the public to remain vigilant at all times even in locations one would not normally associate with swans like… Read more »

Becoming Homeless Even More Fashionable, New Figures Reveal

News that the number of homeless people in Dublin has nearly trebled in recent times has been met with a mixed reaction. While many people involved with homeless charities and organisations have labelled the current situation a travesty the city’s taste makers have been welcoming of the news. WWN took to the capital and sought… Read more »

Man Cycling To Work Acting Like He’s Saving The Fucking World

Jon Moore, a 33-year-old bike-to-work aficionado, was giving drivers the ‘death stare’ this morning on the way to work. The not-remotely-smug PR consultant just couldn’t believe the number of people driving into Dublin’s city centre at around 8.35am this morning. Mr. Moore, a dedicated cyclist, knows full well the efforts he has personally gone to… Read more »

Girl Next Door Failing To Live Up To Hype

TEENAGER Michael Downey expressed to his friends a pronounced disappointment upon discovering a new neighbour had failed to live up to his understanding of supposed cultural and societal norms. Earlier in the week Michael had talked at length to several friends about a new family moving in next door and how he saw a ride… Read more »

Garda Inquiry As Beastiality Ring Infiltrate Ploughing Championships

AFTER a crowd of 80,000 people attended the opening day of this year’s Ploughing Championships organisers were understandably ecstatic at the event’s success. The championships are seen by many as a celebration of rural life and the agriculture industry which is worth in excess of €9 billion annually to the economy. However, organisers awoke this… Read more »