Irish Things
josiephone:

What will it take for the Irish State to realise that the abortion “legislation” we currently have is completely useless? How many women must die, be tortured, and be shipped overseas before they take responsibility for their shoddy guidelines? Please share this around as much as possible. Ireland is NOT a safe place for women seeking abortion. Current guidelines would have a woman in prison for 14 years for taking abortive medication, and that is an absolute disgrace. A link to the event page is here: https://www.facebook.com/events/266843983502589We are not incubators. We are not vessels. We will NOT stay quiet.

josiephone:

What will it take for the Irish State to realise that the abortion “legislation” we currently have is completely useless? How many women must die, be tortured, and be shipped overseas before they take responsibility for their shoddy guidelines? 
Please share this around as much as possible. Ireland is NOT a safe place for women seeking abortion. Current guidelines would have a woman in prison for 14 years for taking abortive medication, and that is an absolute disgrace. 
A link to the event page is here: https://www.facebook.com/events/266843983502589

We are not incubators. We are not vessels. We will NOT stay quiet.

josiephone:

Protest at the treatment of suicidal women seeking abortion and a call to repeal the 8th This is happening tomorrow at the spire. PLEASE share this with everyone, invite as many people as you can, kick up a fuss, get angry, get your stompy boots on. 

josiephone:

Protest at the treatment of suicidal women seeking abortion and a call to repeal the 8th 

This is happening tomorrow at the spire. PLEASE share this with everyone, invite as many people as you can, kick up a fuss, get angry, get your stompy boots on. 

josiephone:

Yo this country is fucked up beyond belief. 

eiteach:

easpageag:

lydiaslunchbox:

Also, if Americans want to give their children Irish names, leave the spelling. To change it is tacky and Irish names aren’t in English and aren’t meant to be spelled an English way. If you don’t like how Aisling looks, call your kid Amy then.

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lord

Is Irish dead?
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ebirdie:

irishthings:

Goodness no! It’s alive and well, and spoken day-to-day still in some parts of Ireland!

The only reason our government keeps it alive is to torture innocent children and teenagers.

I’m late but I heard that and you get a million years dungeon.

josiephone:

Am I banned from humour yet?

josiephone:

Am I banned from humour yet?

Hey I just wanted to say that I love this blog! I'll be moving to Ireland (I'm Finnish) in two weeks so I'm excited and a bit nervous. Is there anything I really shouldn't do, for any reason, when I get there? Or any other advice that comes to mind?

Ah there’s not a lot to worry about when you come here to be honest! As long as you don’t say “top o the mornin!” or do any other stereotypical (and false, oddly enough) Irish things you should be fine. Hope you enjoy the place!

Our sports team is cooler than yours, pass it on.

Britain: British weather is so unpredictable!
Ireland: Irish weather is shite, lads.