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01/07/2008

Video: The 'what the f**k?!' of the Irish

by Jeremy Hooper

Remember those old Lucky the leprechaun commercials? Remember how he would cutely sing a lil' Irish ditty about his frosted Lucky Charm and their "magically delicious" taste? Yea, well, the following Westboro Baptist video is like the opposite of those clips, with an extra layer of batsh*t crazy thrown in for good measure:

Cute dance though, Westboro. Perhaps if this whole "fag-hating" craze comes to pass, you can land yourselves spots on the Riverdance national tour.

Westboro Baptist extremists lashing out against Ireland [Veoh]

**UPDATE: Well this certainly isn't gonna make WBC happy:

Irish Gay Couples United Abroad To Be Recognized At Home [365 Gay]

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I had to stop the video. I was afraid the song would get stuck in my head. Awfully catchy.

Posted by: | Jan 7, 2008 2:35:14 PM

It's really quite sad, isn't it?

I wonder whether it's genetic, environmental, or stress-related.

Posted by: Cindi Knox | Jan 7, 2008 3:12:37 PM

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