Vote No Posted on May 21, 2015 by Department of Speculation If you live in 1950. Best I could come up with. Sorry. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
I laughed out loud. Now my whole office are laughing out loud. Touché
Ah, good. I had to ditch the one about Bert and Ernie being reality TV stars. One can never be sure.
Oh I don’t think Bert or Ernie would have minded!
Excellent post. Best argument I’ve read on the matter.
That’s a relief. For a moment I thought I was going to have to adjudicate my Father’s heterosexual style of parenting. My Mother left him with a kipper injury in response to all the unmerited praise he’s been getting lately.
I didn’t know you felt so strongly about reducing the minimum age of presidential candidates.
Hehe. You’ve got me thinking – who from Irish life was born in 1950 and is potential presidential material? To the Google machine, I swashbuckle. Wish me fortitude…
Neil Jordan and Gabriel Byrne according to Wikipedia.
Yeah, just spotted that and had to reflect for a moment on my first experience of consciously fancying a pensioner. What about Miriam O’Callaghan? They say she looks great for her age.
Never been a fan of Miriam myself, something about her voice annoys me.
Me, too. Geeeenuinely.
Haha! Yeah that’s it.
It’s still not the greatest of reasons, Tenderness – sorry. Could we go 1850? 1797? Or that time we asked Santa for a baby brother and never got him?
OK, Tara. Before the Tooth Fairy was born anyway.
The Tooth Fairy is a git. Just sayin’
But you still love and cherish the Tooth Fairy and acknowledge its right to love other Tooth Fairies, right? Wait, is there more than one Tooth Fairy? There must’ve been. And maybe you just wrote to the wrong Santa.
Succinctly put as always!
Don’t talk to me about the tooth fairy… 10p per tooth, daylight robbery. Guess who grew up in the ’80s!
Sometimes our 10p was in sterling *smug*
Best reason I’ve heard so far. That and they guy who thinks the human race will become extinct if we vote yes!
I think there’s only three people left in Leitrim at this stage, but that’s because of emigration. Although, now that you mention it *eyes narrow thinkingly*
Tric, have you seen the mass inpouring of our citizens from overseas? Amazing! Still, it’s going to be a long tortuous day…