Enda’s bank debt deal Enda announces the miracle of his bank debt deal! Next stop: General Election! This animation has been produced by our friends at Cutbacks.ie
While in UCD today for the opening of the new student centre, Enda Kenny received a hostile reception by angry protesters who invested in a few free-range eggs to vent their frustrations. Luckily for the Taoiseach, their egging aim was off the boil today, and they missed their intended target, so he lived to tell the tale.
As a vital meeting with Frau Merkel approaches, Enda brushes up on his German! With thanks to Cutbacks.ie
Greetings fellow debt holders to Germany. I’m about to be awarded for being great by Europe, and I’m going to tell you, my adoring peasants, why. Aside from my favoured activities of punching grannies in the face and stealing candy from children without consequence, there are few things I enjoy more about being Taoiseach than telling everybody how great I am.
Dear Sorcha, My girlfriend has a fierce temper and when I do something to annoy her, which is several times a day, she pulls a face and calls me retarded. This got me thinking and I was wondering if it’d be too late to represent Ireland in the Paralympics? I’d never have a hope of getting selected for the Olympics. I’m a humanities student, so mostly just sit around all day, drinking beer and playing video games. I was thinking that winning a Paralympic gold, might help me get a better girlfriend? [...]
As the Constitutional Convention continues to rumble closer and closer, there are many who are beginning to ponder the point of the exercise. Heralded by those on the government benches as a “landmark” event in Irish constitutional history, the Convention will, in theory allow the Irish people to discuss and resolve several issues to bring the Constituion into the 21st century: a Constitution 2.0 if you will. Of the mooted issues, there are all shapes and sizes. Voting age, the term of office for the President, women in politics…stifle your [...]
This is the very first “Studenty Writers Podcast”, we don’t have a real name yet, this is our working title. This is a short show where a few of the studenty writers get together and have a chat. It’s only 10mins so why not give it a listen and let Ian and John’s voices ease you to sleep (little know fact both of their voices can make angles melt like chocolate!). Tonight the lads give a brief run down on the Irish referendum that is set to take place tomorrow [...]
See Part 1: “Dude, Where’s My Fiscal Stability and Economic Growth?” Part 2: “Down and Dirty with the Treaty.” PART 3: “Why Can’t We All Be Friends?” The final part of a trilogy usually contains a “Return” in their title. “Return of the Jedi,” “Return of the King… actually those are the only two I can think of. If this blog was to follow with that trend, it would probably be called “Return of the Patronising Television Ads” or “Return of the Weird Bald Lad with the English Accent”. The [...]
Polling day for the Fiscal Treaty referendum is fast approaching and the fact that Taoiseach Enda Kenny refuses to enter into debate on the matter continues to raise questions. The latest to voice his concern on the matter is Fianna Fáil leader and fellow advocate for a ‘Yes’ vote, Micháel Martin. The matter arose last week when TV3 asked Mr Kenny to debate the issue on Tonight with Vincent Browne, which he declined. Enda Kenny plans to address the nation on Sunday night hoping to convince the public to vote [...]
(Part One of Three: A Trilogy, much like the Lord of the Rings, only nobody dies in the first one and then comes back.) “Dude, Where’s My Fiscal Stability and Economic Growth?” OK… I bet I can guess what’s on your mind. All over college campuses, there’s only one thing that’s setting students’ imaginations alight. Between arranging their highlighters in alphabetical order (?) and shushing chatty colleagues, the mature students are talking about one thing only. Between organising militant lesbian marches and co-ordinating their clothes for maximum colour clash, the [...]
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