And the ridicule continues…

Be warned it’s a bit a rude, in a quaint sort of way…

  • cut the bull

    Haaaa Haaaa What a Cracker Belfasts got talent

  • Chuck Loyola

    relatively unfunny except for the munching sausages line. quite an irritating singing voice as well.

  • pinni

    You are having fun, Mick!

    And here I thought you were going to be fair and balanced.

  • John O’Connell

    Fast off the mark, but it made me chuckle anyway.

  • LukeCass

    Hahahaha ! Fantastic.

  • hairlacker

    excellent!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Mick Fealty

    Just unbuttoning a bit pinni… it’s been a hell of a week…

  • Peter Fyfe

    Mick’s fun for the weekend, it must be easier than staying fair and balanced with such a ridiculous story. It provided me with a good laugh to break my revision. Cheers

  • Greenflag

    A very moderate and somewhat tame effort I’d have thought . The lyrics could have been made much more explicit . Alas I came late to this story and so I’ll refrain from adding more rude doggerel to the mountaining pile . The noughties may have ended or should that be the ‘naughties ‘ But the teen decade has certainly opened with a bang at least in NI 😉

    I’ll give it a 7 out of 10 for relevant content

  • Henry94

    The jokes are flying around. Of course I don’t get some of them. What’s an MLAIF?

  • Anyone up to a remix, putting video clips to the song?

  • TAFKABO

    The jokes are flying around. Of course I don’t get some of them. What’s an MLAIF?

    Now that had me genuinely laughing out loud, all the more because I don’t know if you’re serious or not.

  • Dewi

    Didn’t realise that the lad is a catholic. I thought that wasn’t allowed?

  • Slartibuckfast

    The Shankill Moaner, special edition:

    http://debcenrevisited.yuku.com/topic/14808

  • Jimmy_Sands

    Tasteless and juvenile. I loved it.

  • cut the bull

    Dewi it seems to be allowed if your only riding a catholic and not marrying one,or going to their first communion,confirmation,wedding or funeral mass.

  • Slartibuckfast

    Low blows are the only blows.

  • DoctorWho

    Dewi and cut the bull

    Surely the fact the lad was a Catholic shows that even ultra prods like the Robinson´s can see beyond tribes. Perhaps you guys could do the same.

  • Slartibuckfast

    Was he a Catholic??

    I still can’t believe that I’m not dreaming all this. It’s like the best trip ever.

  • PaddyReilly

    The Telegraph reported that he was a Catholic, and Wikipedia followed this. I note that Wikipedia has now removed this groundless slur.

    I cannot believe that someone called Kirk, whose father was called Billy and ran a Butcher’s shop in East Belfast patronised by Ars Robinson, who was befriended by the same, could be anything other than a decent Protestant.

    Say what you like about Ars, she still has some standards.

    Btw thanks for the file Dewi.

  • Dewi

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kirk_McCambley

    Wiki still says catholic. I do accept Dr Who’s rebuke but it is, in the realpolitic of PRs survival, important.

  • Erasmus

    The whole thing is [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GUBU]GUBU[/url]

  • PaddyReilly

    Wiki is rapidly evolving and now no longer asserts that Kirk, son of Billy, is Catholic, which strikes me as a more improbable event than a Hedd, son of Maredudd being a Tory of English upbringing.

    Ars’s loyalty to the Elim creed is unchalleged, whatever evil tongue-waggers may say. She did not countenance with her presence the unrepentant terrorist Catholic faith.

  • chewnic

    Police in East Belfast are looking for a young businessman who caused a disturbance last night walking along the middle of the road singing ‘it was old but it was beautiful…’

  • Henry94

    chewnic

    Brilliant.

  • TAFKABO

    Wonder if he also included the lyrics “the sheath my father wore”

  • DoctorWho

    She was old but she was beautiful
    And her fellacio was fine
    She sucked and munched my lincolnshires
    While I fucked her from behind
    My father fucked her in his youth…
    In more precautionary times
    And its on my cock I love to wear
    The sheath my father wore.

  • smcgiff

    Catholic – that would be just too much!

  • Rory Carr

    I don’t suppose Doctor Who is a Catholic either otherwise a grounding in Latin might have permitted him to spell fellatio correctly.

    I was thinking that given that any fit young babe wishing to hold on to her street cred is most unlikely to wish to be seen as playing second fiddle to an old age pensioner, poor Kirk, if he wishes to pursue an active sexual life, may be obliged to go down the old born again road.

    That’s right he may have to declare himself reborn as GAY!

    But sure he’s lovely and choochy and all that and anyway the gay community are very tolerant so he should be well taken care of, in which case he would do well to brush up on his fellatio skills though I doubt very much if anyone will mind how he spells it (except perhaps Stephen Fry).

  • Greenflag

    slartibuckfast,

    ‘I still can’t believe that I’m not dreaming all this.’

    Truth can be stranger than fiction 🙂

    Brilliant Moaner edition btw :))))

    ‘Iris Robinson calls for Iris Robinson to be stoned to death. As it clearly states in Leviticus 20 verse 10 as per Leviticus etc etc ‘

    Hilarious 🙂 I’m sure there’s a lot more material out there for future editions .

  • Greenflag

    erasmus

    ‘the whole thing is GUBU’

    GUBUDUP ? DUPGUBU ?

    UBERGUBU?

    chewnic ,

    enough of that now 🙂 rates a 10 though

  • DoctorWho

    Rory

    I could´ve been a Judge but I didn´t have the Latin.

  • Erasmus

    GUBUDUP ? DUPGUBU ?

    UBERGUBU?

    Just plain grotesque, unbelievable, bizarre and unprecedented.

  • Greenflag

    Erasmus,

    Yes I know but in truth it’s not all that bizarre or unbelievable -happens all the time -Just not with First Minister’s wives or with those who make a political career out of preaching the word of their God while not practicing it . The Irish Bishops and clergy have been guilty of worse ffs .

    Yes its all vary sad when the masks come off and the whole grotty shower are seen scampering as fast they can to hold on to as much loot as they can .

    To quote Shakespeare

    ‘That which being but taught has returned to plague the teacher’

    BTW

    CJ did a better job of keeping the crap hidden until he had departed to that place from which no answers emanate!

  • Paddy

    A menopausal woman was cracking up, took an ungly teenage gigolo,totally lost the run of herself and all you can do is laugh and say that homosexuals are heroes. All the homosexual popper mob can think about is screwing their mates, screwing the system and moaning about how hard they have it.

    The Iris comments here degrade your other comments. The truth will out and all that.

  • Slartibuckfast

    There’s no nut like an internet nut.

  • PaddyReilly

    all you can do is laugh and say that homosexuals are heroes

    I am unable to find the word homosexual or any synonym thereof (which are legion) in this thread before you broached the topic, Paddy. I suggest that you may have an obsession or an unresolved conflict that needs looking into.

  • DoctorWho

    Rory

    A street wise bihatch hoe has just assured me that the spelling of fellacio as opposed to fellatio is wicked and urban speak for da blo jab.

    BTW I wasn´t aware that Latin was exclusively Catholic. I remember we did it for three tedious years at state grammar school. I obviously didn´t listen in class.

  • Rory Carr

    Would that, dear Doctor be in the same same sense that Turgon’s and others’ constant spelling of ‘loose’ for ‘lose’ on this site is “bihatch hoe…wicked and urban speak” for having permanently mislaid an item?

    You are correct in saying that a knowledge of Latin is not confined exclusively to Catholics which I have always thought is a pity as it deprives us of the opportunity to be terribly snobbish about it. And you do know what a terrible snob I am.

  • Greenflag

    In medio tutissimo ibis -Ovid

    In Iris tutissimo non ibis – Dupibus Ulsteribus

    Et homo factus est etc 🙂

  • Jimmy_Sands

    “BTW I wasn´t aware that Latin was exclusively Catholic.”

    I wasn’t aware it was on the syllabus. I don’t remember it from the Gallic Wars. The Aeneid maybe?