July 31, 2015

The man at the centre of the African Lion killing scandal has told sources that he is alreayd setting his sights on his next target, the rarest of Irish species: the good accompanist.

 

Fresh from killing Cecil the Lion, Minnesotan dentist Walter James Palmer has been telling The Drone how he is already on the lookout for his next kill and believes that the head of a good accompanist would make an excellen...

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October 11, 2016

A female traditional musician tasked with leading a children's session at a local festival has said that she had no idea how unrewarding the whole experience would be.

The kids' session took place a family friendly pub/restaurant during the afternoon, allowing annoying parents to bring their stupid families along for the day. The woman leading the session described the experience as 2 hours that she will never get back.

Upon fin...

June 10, 2016

A tin whistle left inside a car on one of the hottest days of the year is now dangerously dehydrated.

The tin whistle was left by its owner on the front seat in the sweltering heat for over two hours, causing it to heat up dramatically andis close to becoming devoid of any saliva whatsoever.

Most tin whistles are made of90% saliva and10% tin, however that percentage has dropped, leaving thetin whistle worrying when its owner wil...

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