Created by the talented Mick Minogue.
Created by the talented Mick Minogue.
This clip, filmed in Belfast by students Ciaran Doherty and Ciaran Shannon, has had over a million views on YouTube at time of writing. The commentary is priceless.
More of the posters via brilliant Irish creative pros visualizing actual idiotic feedback from clients. Here’s the first round.
Spotted today in Ireland. (via reddit.com)
Story of Irish-Americans “yet another reason why we need to build an immigration system for the 21st century,” says the president.
Happy St. Patty’s Day, top o’ the marnin’, faith and begorrah, and quit tryin’ ta steal me lucky charms! Commence eye roll in 3, 2…
Turns out a lot of people in Europe have been unknowingly eating horsemeat, and they’re not happy about it.
Americans are among the hostages captured in a raid by Islamist militants on an oil field in Algeria.
The decision to stop permanently flying the British flag outside Belfast City Hall has sparked the worst violence since the 1998 Good Friday peace agreement. Only Kate Middleton’s birthday was a brief respite from the violence. Here’s a breakdown of the riots and the growing unrest in the country.
Following public outcry over the death of Savita Halappanavar, who was denied a potentially life-saving abortion, the Irish government has decided to repeal anti-abortion laws.
A post on the Israeli Embassy in Ireland’s Facebook page floats a “thought for Christmas.”
Savita Halappanavar died after an Irish hospital refused to give her an abortion; following her death, thousands of protestors took to the streets.
Irish creative professionals designed posters visualizing actual idiotic feedback from clients.
They are chilling and hard to watch. But do they do any good? God, I hope so.
Don’t know who the Jedward twins are? Well you should because they certainly make a statement everywhere they go.
Good to know. Via a Dublin train station.
This is a serious problem in Ireland, apparently. These Travelers have a habit of getting drunk and racing down the highway every year. The Police intervened and only managed to arrest one racer.
You don’t see this every day. An elephant named Baby escaped from his keepers and went for a run through a parking lot in Ireland.
Along with Britain, Ireland has also picked up on the MTV trend and has created their own version called “Tallafornia” documenting the lives of their versions of guidos and guidettes in Tallaght, Dublin. At least these two commentators turn this train wreck into a comedy.
Apparently, Matt Dillon is big in Ireland. His career from the ’80s, anyway. Watch Video ›
Two medieval skeletons were discovered in Ireland with large stones stuffed into their mouths. Archeologists say it was because the folks doing the burying feared that the dead would rise from their graves like zombies. I would have guessed that they were Vampires. That’s why I got a D+ in Archeology. (via laughterkey.tumblr.com) View Image ›
From the Dublin zombie walk. I love the dead Barbie she’s dragging behind her! View Image ›
Ever wondered how geographical maps were done up in the 1800s? Check out these surprisingly colorful and detailed maps of Northern Ireland from the Victorian Era. (Full set with larger images here.) View Image ›
Our first Irish-African-American president. As part of their trip to Ireland, President and Mrs. Obama visited the tiny village of Moneygall, hometown of the President’s great-great-great grandfather. While in Moneygall, they popped into the Ollie Hayes pub and knocked back a pint of Guinness. Despite reports to the contrary, our President slammed it with gusto. View List ›
Let’s all drink to the patron saint of Stockholm Syndrome! Seriously Patrick, you escape from slavery and then returned to pay your former master for your freedom over a decade later? Where is the Sassy Gay Friend when you need him? Watch Video ›
It’s St. Patrick’s Day. Let’s get drunk and dress up a bunch of dogs like leprechauns. Erin go bark. Woof. View List ›