A humourous collection of images that look like Ireland, from steaks to trees and everything inbetween.
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It’s time to step back and ask ourselves what really makes us Irish. Some would say it’s that unique sense of humour; some would say it’s a grá for tea, the black stuff, or an encyclopedic knowledge of Father Ted; and some would say it’s a sense of hopelessness expressed via withering cynicism.
All of those people, however, would be wrong.
There is only one litmus test for Irishness, and that is the eagle-eyed ability to detect the island’s shape wherever it occurs in nature. Nobody understands this better than the readers of Broadsheet.ie, who have spent the last two years diligently snapping and documenting just about anything that has taken on that most familiar form. And now, for the first time, these pictures are all available together in one place.
So whether you’ve been looking for an Ireland made out of pyrite, moss, smashed windows or chicken nuggets, look no further, this is your definitive collection of Things That Look Like Ireland.
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Humour, Mark Graham, Stocking Fillers, Travel
Emma Comerford, General Non-Fiction, Humour, Irish Interest, Stocking Fillers
General Non-Fiction, Irish Interest, Literary Criticism, Miscellaneous, Robert Nicholson, Stocking Fillers, Travel
Gary Bannister, General Non-Fiction, Humour, Miscellaneous
General Non-Fiction, Humour, Irish Interest, Paul Duggan (ED), Stocking Fillers
Anthologies, Essays, General Non-Fiction, Humour, Mary Kenny, Miscellaneous
Dublin, General History, History, Irish Interest, Medieval History, Myles Dungan, New Releases, Pre-1900, Spotlight, Stocking Fillers
Ciarán Murray, Donal Fallon, Dublin, General Non-Fiction, History, Humour, Irish Interest, Sam McGrath, Stocking Fillers
Eamon Delaney, General Non-Fiction, Humour, Politics