Good ole Sean came home to find two of the local police seperating his wife from their neighbor Mrs, O'Mally. He asks his wife what has happened, and she replys, "it all started with the doctor telling me that he needed me to bring him a specimen, and I not knowing what that was went to Mrs. O'Mally, she knows dang near all". "Well I asked what a specimen was, and she told me to go pee in a bottle, well I told her to go s&*t in her hat, and the fight was on".

Father O'Grady was saying his goodbyes to the parishioners
after his Sunday morning service as he always does when
Mary Clancey came up to him in tears.
"What's bothering you so, dear?" inquired Farther O'Grady.
"Oh, father, I've got terrible news." Replied Mary.
"Well what is it, Mary?"
"Well, my husband, passed away last night, Father."
"Oh, Mary" said the father, "that's terrible. Tell me Mary,
did he have any last requests?"
"Well, yes he did father," replied Mary.
"What did he ask, Mary?"
Mary replied, "He said, 'Please, Mary, put down the gun...'"

Silly Irish folk, kekekekekeke.

Ever hear about the one with the gamblers and the bet and the wife?


Well uh...
Some Irish guys, old ones, at that, were playing a fine game of poker at one of the dood's houses.

Murphy wins the game, but pounding on chest in victory, drops dead.

One of the men confront Murphy's wife, where she first asks where had been.

"Gambling, ma'am," the old man replied.
"Tell him he drop dead."

It was cute. I dunno.