Thanks to the indecisive eejit for the prompt for this load of pants.
A Janey Macken Street exclusive.
We are humbled.
Me and my pants
King of the jungle
As the bishop said to the altar boy
Anyone remember their old Irish teacher from Primary school
trying to ignorantly stuff
Irish down your throat until your cheeks are full
a large piece of Irish is hanging out your mouth?
No need for Enda to read
Teach like a Champion by Doug Lemov at all at all at all at all
Could this man transform your child’s education?
It’s not easy being green.
Who is playing with Cinderella’s Left Testicle this Friday
in the Pigeon Club?
Doors 8. p.m.
Last ever gig.
With special guests
The Rise and Fall of Cinderella’s Left Testicle
A novel by Camillus John.
Not available in the shops.
The Irish People’s Poetry Prize winner is
With a tinselled cherry on top
and a tinselled cherry on bottom too.
Check out her winning poem –
And Yet We Must Live In These Times
– right here –
You want the truth?
Then read this poem.
But are you sure you can handle the truth?
Some people can’t you know.
Whereas others can –
The whole truth
and nothing but the truth
like St Pats
FAI Cup Winners 2014.
Hats off to Sarah Clancy!
from Janey Macken Street.