Author Archives: oglach

Kid Stuff

  “Alls I’m sayin’ is, it don’t make no sense for them to be priests,” Joe said as he made a left turn. “I’m not a male chauvinist pig or whatever. It’s just not they way things are done, ya … Continue reading

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Twenty tips for learning Irish

Originally posted on cassidyslangscam:
? For Bliain na Gaeilge 2018, this is a list of twenty tips for people who are thinking of learning Irish. Don’t forget that the best tip of all is START NOW AND DO A LITTLE…

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Something Hidden In The Brightness of Day *

    Fortunes lie on the ocean floor the glow of gold grows dim under the weight of ancient waves currency becomes spurious.   Mark my words, young lady— forests will cover these cities one day. You will live to … Continue reading

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IN-SHADOW – This impressive short film is a violent criticism against capitalism

Originally posted on AesthesiaMag:
? IN-SHADOW: A Modern Odyssey is an impressive short film, which paints a dark and satirical portrait of our modern society. During 13 minutes, this short film directed by Lubomir Arsov connects symbols and metaphors, attacking…

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Before You Were Here

  It may come as a surprise to some of my readers to learn that as of this writing, a full 95% of the all the world’s Poles now live in Ireland[1], with the remaining five percent living, of course, far to the east … Continue reading

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Harry Is Late For Tea, As Usual

  Harry is late for tea, as usual, but this time he has a valid excuse. On the trolley, he decided to practice astral projection from outside the safety of his own home for the first time. He relaxed, entering … Continue reading

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The day that Spain died

Originally posted on Wee Ginger Dug:
Can you imagine the outrage and shock if Westminster imported 6000 armed police officers from the rest of the UK in order to prevent the people of Scotland peacefully and democratically exercising their right…

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Ledwidge Killed

  Ledwidge killed blown to bits died in a hole with some other poor twits bad things happen when you fight for the Brits better luck next time, Ledwidge   Francis Ledwidge (19 August 1887—31 July 1917) was an Irish … Continue reading

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Mata Hari’s Head is Missing

  Mata Hari’s head is missing and they’re searching in the streets looking high and low in Paris and peeking ‘tween the sheets   Could it have slipped out on it’s own and booked a ticket on a plane? Or … Continue reading

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Flying Art!

Originally posted on Scéalta Ealaíne:
I don’t know what is was about aeroplanes but I always had a thing about them. As a boy, I had model aeroplanes hanging from the ceiling of my bedroom. So maybe that…

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