Tag: rugby

Rugby Lad In Work Even More Insufferable Than Usual Today

THE Irish rugby team’s decisive victory over the All-Blacks this weekend seems to have tipped local man Damian McGahern’s obnoxious fandom up to a whole new level, his co-workers have reported. “I witnessed an outstanding display by the lad; the passion, the skill, the will to drive forward, the unmistakeable spirt of Irish rugby, pressing… Read more »

This Theoretical Mathematician Explains How Ireland Could Win 6 Nations This Weekend

“BARE WITH me another second,” said a lost looking professor of mathematics Laurence Wright, standing before a white board overwhelmed by calculations and permutations that all reached a dead end, failing to explain how exactly Ireland’s game in France could see the men in green lift the 6 Nations championship. “If we take England’s potential… Read more »

Nation Agrees Not To Mention The Rugby

THE USUAL small talk engaged with by the Irish public when queuing in the post office, dropping the kids off to school, chatting with coworkers, snorting lines in the toilets and waving hello to neighbours is to be devoid of any mention of Ireland’s 24-12 loss to England at Twickenham yesterday, an emergency meeting of… Read more »

Switching Your Rugby Allegiances To Japan, A Guide

IN THE WAKE of Japan’s ‘Brave Blossoms’ beating Ireland’s ‘Stale Gone Off Guinness Farts’ many die hard rugby fans who took up supporting the boys in green two weeks ago are reportedly looking to switch their allegiances to the sort of plucky underdogs you can actually rely on. Absolutely sick to death of wall to… Read more »