Irish Headline of the day

Young Brazilian man dies on flight to Dublin

RTÉ story

Oh dear!
So sad!
Nevermind
 
Wouldn't it be funny if the women of NI voted for unification with the republic so they could hop over the border for an abortion instead of having to take ship to Scotland.
Border? What is this Border of which you speak?

As Citizens of the ROI, the Ladies of the Six Counties will soon be able to simply drive across the Border any time they chose for a quick termination. After our next Referendum they'll even be able to vote in some elections. That will be fun.
 
I’m sensing a nine letter word that starts with insur and ends with ance in this one.

On a separate note it’s nice to see that the Land of my Mother’s has dragged itself into the 20th Century.
 
Border? What is this Border of which you speak?

As Citizens of the ROI, the Ladies of the Six Counties will soon be able to simply drive across the Border any time they chose for a quick termination. After our next Referendum they'll even be able to vote in some elections. That will be fun.
The one you referred to above [my bold].
 
I’m sensing a nine letter word that starts with insur and ends with ance in this one.

On a separate note it’s nice to see that the Land of my Mother’s has dragged itself into the 20th Century.
Heh. I gots this cousin Vinny in South Philly with a tugboat. That casino thing? Fuggedabowdit!
 
A boat called Oliver Cromwell sank on its way to Ireland.





Ironic?



Who knows...
My Ex, who had a Dub da and her mum was from Co Waterford, used to drink Aldi own brand Gin for preference as the name on the bottle was Oliver Cromwell, she thought it was hilarious that booze was named after a Puritan.


 
How many fnusus is a huge number? :p:p
 
It's a pity the burial of Private George Duff Chalmers 2 R SCOTS, isn't getting the publicity WW1 recovered bodies get. So here we are, kidnapped, tortured, murdered and 'disappeared' for 100 years, RIP mate.

Body of British soldier killed and secretly buried in Ireland almost 100 years ago exhumed

Unnamed soldier buried in bog makes final journey after 97 years - Independent.ie
I posted it in the Today in British History thread two weeks back.

https://www.arrse.co.uk/community/threads/today-in-british-history.230988/post-8571744

I wondered why he wasn't being brought home for burial as there are living relatives in Scotland.

Bit more info on him here

George Duff Chalmers
 
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