Yes, it has been a while, but fortunately you may all rest easy, the World Famous If I Had A Minute To Spare Global Caption Competition of Death and Love has returned, this time with a cherry on top. They cherry, you ask, is an extra caption to be competitive about.
They’re at it again, those pesky Europeans, kissing in public. Benneton’s add compaign almost coming through here with a picture of Nicholas Sarkozy and Angela Merkel about to make their better halves a little upset.
So, if you could, a caption please:
As always, the winner of the competition will get a free subscription to If I Had A Minute To Spare and a pat on the back from me.
May the best caption win!!!
So there was the G-20 in Seoul that not many of us heard about, in terms of resolutions and good done, in Seoul. Although we all heard it was on, and that’s what’s important, the hosting of the event, right? Right?
Well anyway, all these wonderful world leaders were sitting not more than thirty kilometres from me, and they saved the world right? Right?
Well, whether they did or not, here’s another wonderful world leader caption competition (and, yes I did kind of refer in the description to Brian Cowen as a ‘world leader’, sorry). This time it’s all the wonderul world leaders.
This picture from Yonhap News; a caption if you please!
This time, same as before, post your captions in the comment box below!
I have, on occasion, been known for my opinions. Whether right or, as some may believe, wrong, I’m fond of expressing myself. This page hasn’t been much of a space for me to blast off into a rant I’m sure you’ll be happy to have read.
But, on my recent trip home, which I’m going to write about in a little while (maybe immediately after this), a question was asked by many. This question was, in some sense, a dilemma: If France played England in the World Cup Final, who would you be up for?
- An English fan finds out the real reason they lost against Germany – because ‘we’ hate them!
Generally speaking, if I you would allow me to get all nationalist and general for a moment, we Irish hate England, and this is even more the case when it comes to sport, and with special reference to football we despise them (I reckon Scotland hates them more but that’s an altogether different article to share with ye maybe some other day).
And of course France were grand until Thierry Henry handled the ball and helped to pop the ball into the back of the Irish net eliminating us from the World Cup and quashing the dreams of a nation of underachievers once again. Not forgetting the audacity of the prick to turn around afterwards and admit his wrong-doing and attempt to side with Ireland. And with that, after years of ‘ah the French are alright, at least they could beat the English’, all has been turned on its head. Ireland now also hates France. It is fair to say that they are, dare I say, worse than England.
Fortunately, over the past week or two most of Ireland let out a long satisfied sigh of relief as both teams proved that being hated really does help your world cup prospects. It’s just as well that we Irelanders prefer to sit around and complain about the fact that no one will ever let us win!