These workmen are installing bollards to stop nurses from parking on the pavement outside a Hospital in Dublin ………
They are cleaning up at the end of the day.
How long do you think it will be before they realise that they can’t go home?
This is a real photograph…!
How can you tell this table
is being sold by a man?
And don’t cheat either!! It’s not hard to tell!!
This table was for sale on eBay. How can you tell it is being sold by a man?
Can you solve this little riddle? First look and guess.
You will find the answer below, but don’t cheat!
Know the answer?
If not, scroll down now…..
OK, Look in the mirror.
Remember, if you are posting
a picture on the world-wide web,
when taking the picture.
The mystery of Ireland’s worst driver
Details of how police in the Irish Republic finally caught up with the country’s most reckless driver have emerged, the Irish Times reports.
He had been wanted from counties Cork to Cavan after racking up scores of speeding tickets and parking fines.
However, each time the serial offender was stopped he managed to evade justice by giving a different address.
But then his cover was blown.
It was discovered that the man every member of the Irish police’s rank and file had been looking for – a Mr Prawo Jazdy – wasn’t exactly the sort of prized villain whose apprehension leads to an officer winning an award.
In fact he wasn’t even human.
” Prawo Jazdy is actually the Polish for driving licence and not the first and surname on the licence,” read a letter from June 2007 from an officer working within the Garda’s traffic division.
“Having noticed this, I decided to check and see how many times officers have made this mistake.
“It is quite embarrassing to see that the system has created Prawo Jazdy as a person with over 50 identities.”
The officer added that the “mistake” needed to be rectified immediately and asked that a memo be circulated throughout the force.
In a bid to avoid similar mistakes being made in future relevant guidelines were also amended.
And if nothing else is learnt from this driving-related debacle, Irish police officers should now know at least two words of Polish.
As for the seemingly elusive Mr Prawo Jazdy, he has presumably become a cult hero among Ireland’s second largest immigrant population.
These are some panels from a strip which I photo-montaged
from some classic Lone Ranger strips of the past
For anyone interested in comic books, graphic novels, etc,
with a distinctly Scottish slant in respect of artists and writers
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