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Funny story: Cardinal Baloney Invites AZ Legislators To St. Paddy's Parade

Cardinal Baloney Invites AZ Legislators To St. Paddy's Parade

Cardinal Baloney of New York has invited Arizona lawmakers who passed a gay bashing bill to march in the upcoming St. Patrick's Day parade. The march along the city's Fifth Avenue is the largest parade in the Western world. The invited lawmakers...
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Funny story: Leprechauns Enveloped in Fog in Pacific Redwood Forest

Leprechauns Enveloped in Fog in Pacific Redwood Forest

WILLITS, CALIFORNIA - Park ranger, Gustav Gustafson, Redwood National and State Parks (RNSP) spokesman, was sporting a bandage around his head at a press conference early this morning. "Thankfully, the Redwoods are currently enveloped in a quiet f...
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Funny story: Leprechauns not taken seriously says O' Driscoll

Leprechauns not taken seriously says O' Driscoll

A group of 1000 leprechauns will boycott the Six Nations Ireland/England rugby match on Saturday. The leprechauns who have to be painted green to remain visible, are said to be sick and tired of "fairy taleist" abuse from crowds at home and away spor...
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Funny story: Famous Irish-Americans

Famous Irish-Americans

Here are some names revered in our history: 1. Paddy O'Connell, First man to drink green beer before New York City's St. Patrick's Day parade in 1921. 2. President John F. Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, Ted Kennedy and George Kennedy who absolutely "made" "Cool Hand Luke". 3. Mrs. O'Leary, Destroyer of Chicago. 4. That funny drunk guy, what's his name? At U. of Wisconsin, Madison. 5. Famo...
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Funny story: Irish Once Again on Hotseat as Source of World's Verbal Troubles

Irish Once Again on Hotseat as Source of World's Verbal Troubles

BLARNEY, IRELAND - Irish officials have decided to close the popular tourist attraction, The Blarney Castle, amidst a world-wide outpouring of ridiculous verbiage from prominent politicians. "Most of the blather is emanating from the White House, spe...
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Funny story: Gold whored in Tipperary pub

Gold whored in Tipperary pub

Tipperary, Eire - Workmen dismantling burnt remains of the Rainbow's End pub in Carrick-on-Suir, South Tipperary have stumbled on a stash of gold coins stuffed down the back of a Leprechaun's sofa deep beneath the building's medieval foundations.
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Funny story: Growing economic hard times have Irish little people community scared for their lives, gold

Growing economic hard times have Irish little people community scared for their lives, gold

Many members of Ireland's little people community are scared tonight. There has been a dramatic and sudden rise of kidnapping amongst the little people community in Ireland during these economic hard times. Moody's Investors Service on Tuesday dow...
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Funny story: Irish Waffle Could Keep British Lights On

Irish Waffle Could Keep British Lights On

The Irish gift for blarney, blather and waffle could soon begin cutting the UK consumer energy bill by £10 Billion over the next eight years. "The average Irishman generates more hot air in a single day than any other nationality" says Dr Hugh Q...
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Funny story: Irish Move To Vote In All Elections Everywhere

Irish Move To Vote In All Elections Everywhere

The Irish Government is considering extending the right to vote in presidential elections to Irish citizens living abroad. Speaking on television last week, Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore revealed that the matter was under consideration because there were...
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Funny story: St. Patrick's Day Miracle! More Beer AFTER St. Paddy's Day Party than BEFORE

St. Patrick's Day Miracle! More Beer AFTER St. Paddy's Day Party than BEFORE

In what Irish-Americans are touting as a modern-day St. Patrick's Day miracle, Lower East Side New Yorker Mary McGarry discovered that there was even more beer in her home the morning AFTER her rollicking St. Paddy's Day party than there had been bef...
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Funny story: Area Man Happy To Once Again Not Be Irish

Area Man Happy To Once Again Not Be Irish

BOSTON-While hoards of inebriated partygoers celebrated the inconsequentially misunderstood holiday of St. Patrick's Day behind him, Boston native and resident sour puss Jerry Doogan, slowly sipped his pint of Guinness at the bar of the Squealing...
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Funny story: Irish Post Nipple Count Set To Rise Under New Editor

Irish Post Nipple Count Set To Rise Under New Editor

UK Irish newspaper the Irish Post is set for a startling overhaul following the appointment of a new editor. Murray Morse is the new man at the helm of the popular weekly, which provides news from home and abroad for the Irish community in the UK.
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Funny story: Harry Redknapp turns down England job to dance with Wolves

Harry Redknapp turns down England job to dance with Wolves

The Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp has secretly told friends that he will turn down the job of England manager if it is offered by the Football Association, but is still considering leaving Spurs - for the newly available managers job at Wo...
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Funny story: Queen Mother Insult Ignites UK Irish Press Row

Queen Mother Insult Ignites UK Irish Press Row

The editor of one of the UK's weekly Irish community newspapers stunned readers this week by telling a correspondent, essentially, to belt up. A reader of the Irish Post, Anne Leacy, took exception to an article in the February 4 edition which ref...
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Funny story: Irish Homeowners Can Now Legally Shoot Intruders; Hospitality Urged

Irish Homeowners Can Now Legally Shoot Intruders; Hospitality Urged

The legal ruling in Ireland granting this right has gotten mixed reviews. Some think of it as a blessing; others, as a curse. But both sides are united in the belief that good old Irish hospitality should prevail, even in the case of a home inv...
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Funny story: Ireland's smallest author fails to make short list

Ireland's smallest author fails to make short list

In the run-up to the Man Booker Awards for fiction, Oimah Litlun has failed once again to make it on to the short list. At 3 feet 2 inches, Oimah Litlun is Ireland's shortest writer - although he has always been a big name on the Irish literature...
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Funny story: Twitter Sells Big Stake in Company to Leprechaun; Birdies Squawk

Twitter Sells Big Stake in Company to Leprechaun; Birdies Squawk

They says it's not because of any kind of prejudice against the Irish, but Twitter birdies are most upset with the new financial backer of the company. In an exclusive interview with spoof reporter Gail Farrelly, the birds explained their reaso...
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Funny story: £10bn Irish bank scam 'targetted 2.2 million UK Post Office accounts'

£10bn Irish bank scam 'targetted 2.2 million UK Post Office accounts'

Ballybollox, Eire - An ingenious scam by a dodgy Irish bank was revealed today at a whistleblower's industrial tribunal hearing. Shergar Bank & Truss Corp is accused of forming a joint venture bank with the UK Post Office whose 2.2 million acc...
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