What have the Brits ever done for us (the cartoon)!

Following on from British and Irish Lives Entwined a week or so back, Langerland have released this excellent cartoon. Our readers may have been at least part of the inspiration! It’s already doing the blog rounds! Pass it on!!

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31 thoughts on “What have the Brits ever done for us (the cartoon)!

  1. ‘Perhaps they were a little hard on Oscar.’

    I thought Oscar was a little hard on boysey (sp)!

    Oh, behave!!

  2. Brilliant. Best laugh I’ve had since Joe Hendron, no relation to Oscar you understand, stuffed Gerry Adams in West Belfast.

  3. “Much worse than the lesser known garlic cheese and chips famine….” Hilarious!

    The Kevin Myers bit was great also!

  4. What’s the name of that song that plays when they comment on the Irish football team? It has escaped me.

  5. What’s the name of that song that plays when they comment on the Irish football team? It has escaped me.

  6. What’s the name of that song that plays when they comment on the Irish football team? It has escaped me.

  7. What’s the name of that song that plays when they comment on the Irish football team? It has escaped me.

  8. Oscar’s “mate” is W B Yeats, isn’t it?

    Well, would’ve taken his mind off Maud Gonne for a while, I imagine.

  9. I know that to right wing Americans such as yourself
    Gays are fair game PaddyCanuck, but I’d hope that Irish people would be better.

  10. It’s only black humour Davros and it is something all of us on this Island tend to enjoy.

    Fantastic, I love langerland

  11. brill very funny love it just broke my wrist and it was great comic relief i love tralee!!!!1

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