“Apocalyptic scenes” as the Irish stockpile alcohol prior to Good Friday

Witnesses at the scene of Tesco in Stillorgan, Co. Dublin, claimed that what they saw were “Apocalyptic scenes” and that it was apparent “desperate times are ahead”. Since the beginning of this week, Irish people from all around the country have been raiding any and all establishments which sell alcohol – supermarkets, off-licences, local shops:… Read More “Apocalyptic scenes” as the Irish stockpile alcohol prior to Good Friday

BREAKING: Man sentenced to life in prison for not waving back on country road

Mick O’Donnell from Co. Offaly has been sentenced to life in prison following a trial which has lasted only 15 minutes. The jury reached their verdict after a record-short 15 minutes, and found the accused Mr. O’Donnell guilty of “seeing, acknowledging, but not responding to a wave on a country road”, an offence which in… Read More BREAKING: Man sentenced to life in prison for not waving back on country road

American Tourist en route to Connemara looking for “the craic”

Samuel Patrick O’Lafferty from New England has just bought his Irish Rail tickets from Heuston Station to Galway and plans on arriving in Connemara this evening. “Yeah dude, I was in Copper’s last night and everybody there was talking about like the ‘craic’ they had in Connemara when they were teenagers” said Mr. O’Lafferty. “I’m… Read More American Tourist en route to Connemara looking for “the craic”

Catholic Church hosts bake sale to make us forget about Tuam babies

Following revelations that over 700 baby corpses were found in unmarked graves in Tuam, Co. Galway, the Catholic Church in Ireland has hosted a bake sale in the town to make people forget about the horrific incident. Speaking to Eritas news, Fr. Pat O’Reilly of the Team diocese said “Every now and again people uncover… Read More Catholic Church hosts bake sale to make us forget about Tuam babies