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Things Not to Say to an Irish Bartender in NYC (and the responses you might receive). Part 1.

1) Are you trying to get me drunk? Yes, I am, because you’re an elderly man with bits of yesterday’s soup, at least I hope it’s just soup, in his beard, and I desperately want to touch your bum. 2) Duuuuude!!!! I’m Irish too yo! Maybe one of your grandparents were, and they’d be so proud…

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Tea Party Angered at Study’s Intelligence Findings

Representatives from America’s political movement, The Tea Party, are said to be furious, after a recent study found that its members ranked close to the bottom of a league table with regards to intelligence levels in political circles. The report, carried out by 27 institutes of higher learning in the US, New Zealand, Malaysia, Denmark,…

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196 Towns Claim to be Conor McGregor’s Birthplace.

Almost 200 Irish towns and villages have attempted to claim to be UFC champion Conor McGregor’s birthplace. Of those, 192 have considered legal action, with two (Enniscorthy, County Wexford and Tullamore, we’re not sure what county that’s in, but we think it’s one of the ones in the middle) even going to the High Court,…

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196 Towns Claim to be Conor McGregor’s Birthplace

Almost 200 Irish towns and villages have attempted to claim to be UFC champion Conor McGregor’s birthplace. Of those, 192 have considered legal action, with two (Enniscorthy, County Wexford and Tullamore, we’re not sure what county that’s in, but we think it’s one of the ones in the middle) even going as far as the…

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Lucan Accent Voted 4th Sexiest in Leinster

A survey, which polled 27,000 households across Connaught, has determined the Lucan accent to be one of the ‘sexiest’ in Leinster. The poll was conducted by the European Union, to encourage a healthy relationship between the two sides of Ireland’s political divide in time for the July 12th Orange parades. Officials may have misunderstood Ireland’s…

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‘We Just Like Bonfires’ – Says Top Orangeman

A leading Ulster Unionist has claimed that the controversial marches and parades throughout the province every July aren’t down to political reasoning or religious pride, nor are they an excuse to brag about an ancient battle which their ancestors won over 300 years ago. It is, claims Augustus ‘Nutmeg’ Gillington, all down to bonfires and…

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