The Cork v Dublin blogger war has started

Dublin makes a few digs and Cork fights back superbly. I’m sure our Rugby brothers from the Treaty City will be in our corner (with or without the prerequisite broken cherry bottle). I suppose the Wicklow crowd can be on the Dub’s side.

I’m sure all the Slugger crowd will want in on (another) fight too. Clonard, who are you loyal to? And you Galway? I wonder what the yanks think? No, no, not thems yanks. No, he’s one of us now anyway. These yanks.

If Dublin were more like Brittany then I’m sure Treasa would be confused about loyalties.

So yeah, in summary: Bring it fucking on!

Oh yes and to thanks to United Irelander for the video of a Dublin local:

Two syllables that shut up any Dub: Bono

8 Responses to “The Cork v Dublin blogger war has started”

  1. Twenty Major says:

    I was trying to think of a famous Cork person with which to rebut your ‘Bono’ argument but:

    a) I couldn’t think of one and
    b) You’re right, nothing is as bad as Bono. Apart from Brian Kennedy’s Eurovision video. Explain that Belfast, you bastards!

  2. Oohh, lookie you, trying to stir up the hatred!! As if we hadn’t enough people on the bandwagon after ‘the Match’ there will surely be so much more now….bring it on!!!

  3. Conor says:

    As a dubliner I take great offence to that.

    Expect a nasty letter from my lawyer


  4. Branedy says:

    Do the native Irish need a moderator from the Am-Irish?

    I suppose I could, as soon as the smoke clears from the Big Smoke. 😉

  5. simon says:

    Being from Tipp i am superior to you all. We are the premier county after all. 🙂

  6. squid says:

    “Being from Tipp i am superior to you all. We are the premier county after all. :)”

    Damn Stonethrowers 😀

    Actually heres to the peoples republic from the one county which actually became a peoples republic.

  7. Branedy says:

    It’s a long way to Tipp.

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