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Looks like a good 50 yards from the road to the House of Waggin’ Fingers. From now on your preteen boys will be watching the clock to make sure they have their fuzzy little faces stuck to the windows when the joggers disrobe and then put on “DECENT CLOTHING” as they pass by your house.
Please define “DECENT CLOTHING” and “OBSCENE ANATOMY.” Oh wait. First, define what the meaning of “IS” is [while she purses her lips and owns one of the largest handbags of the Democrat Party – her husband].
[Sorry, I neglected to capture the links for those images. If anyone knows the sources I’ll post them here. Getty Images don’t count.]
Cosas como esta son tan vergonzoso que yo ni siquiera voy a enviar un enlace a esos imbéciles, pero ¡Felices fiestas!
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The four in front are not Irish, but the back three are. Just sayin’.
I bet the Erins go Bleaugh within the hour.
On the other hand, this is pretty cool.
There are a few remaining holed stones in Ireland. There is one in Co. Antrim and in Co. Louth and lucky for me there’s one in my native Co. Cork! This is the Ballyroon standing stone which is situated in West Cork on the Sheep’s Head road. This imposing stone is 2.25 metres in height unfortunately it is not standing and is only propped up on a smaller stone. The most striking feature is the beautifully carved round hole which runs through the stone. According to a local historian
The hole in the stone is narrow on one side and wide on the other. The man had a bigger hand and he put his hand through the wide side and the woman put her hand through the narrow side. They made their promises when they put their hands through the stone.
My favorite Irish song is Nell Flaherty’s Drake for various reasons. Here’s the tune:
Stay safe driving home tomorrow so you can still wake up on Wednesday and call in to work stupid.