A CONDITION long swept under the carpet by Ireland, owing to the difficult questions that arise, the finger pointing and the recriminations. However, now, for the first time people are coming forward and going public their struggles of living with BIHS or Big Irish Head Syndrome.
“I was on a meditation retreat in Tibet on the foothills of these mountains and then out of nowhere across the rolling hills I hear some lad shouting ‘Ah, look at the big massive cabbage head on him. What county you from, pal? Yis goin’ for a pint, or wha’?’,” shared Irish man and BIHS sufferer Desmond Carney, whose condition leaves his nationality identifiable from up to 5km away and lead to undue attention from fellow Irish people when abroad, stigmatisation and stereotyping.
“I’ve heard it all ‘has a head on him like a bag of Tayto’, ‘that yoke on top of his shoulders is more Irish than a Guinness stew receiving confession from the Pope’. The thing is, I’m not even Irish, but somehow I got BIHS,” explained Dublin based Polish man, Gregor Klich, whose head seemingly evolved with his surroundings and contorted over the years.
This has me in tears. 🤣🤣
Outrage again ties is something I can get behind, phallic or not!
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A Malaysian official who renamed a stadium insists its new title, which is his name in reverse, is in fact an amalgam of Arabic and “Spanish or Greek”.
All the jokes seem to be so good!