Court rules on the obvious: The words “Irish” & “Pizza” should never go together

An Irish court has found against a Belfast pizzeria that sued a newspaper for libel over a bad review.

Why is it that when I think Irish pizza I imagine something with cabbage and corned beef on it?*

And, speaking from experience here, if you’re ever in Dublin — FOR GOD’S SAKE DON’T GO OUT FOR CHINESE!

*FWIW: Mr. Collateral Damage’s mom’s last name is Byrne and her hair is red. Her mum was a Cremin. She’s one of the real Irish who would just as soon kill you for mentioning leprechauns and such.

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2 thoughts on “Court rules on the obvious: The words “Irish” & “Pizza” should never go together

  1. When you gonna advertise being 50% Irish your ownself? On the other hand, I suspect that’s what makes you such a fine son.

    meme

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