Bertie: “I’d A Loven A Huge Stadium”

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Ahern Regrets Vision For Ireland Never Quite Fulfilled

Popular Horse-Backer and retiring bloodsucker Bertie Ahern has told reporters his biggest regret is not building a huge costly stadium on the ruins of the country.

“Peace in the North seems hollow and the collapse of the Irish economy a side-issue when you consider that we still have no stadium capable of staging an American football match between two teams of sperm whales,” he explained to the press outside the gates of Leinster House as he made his getaway yesterday.

Mister Ahern was harangued by passers who have felt the pinch of wage cuts. The former Taoiseach chortled merrily, made a note in a small black book labelled “peoples dat I must get” and departed with a large amount of roof lead in a bag marked “swag”.

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2 Responses to “Bertie: “I’d A Loven A Huge Stadium””

  1. MARGARET LEE Says:

    OH HOW VERY EMBARRASING. THIS WAS LIKE A CLIP FROM FATHER TED. OR A SKIT FROM HALLS PICTORIAL WEEKLY. ON THE OTHER HAND WE DID LET HIM WALK OFF INTO THE SUNSET

  2. B Hewson Says:

    I could also have been a carrott for gettin a premiership side to move to Dublin and dat. Sittin in de box watch United playin here loads with de lads.

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