Saturday November 28, 2020

Government throwing petrol on our ‘have-it-now’ obsession

Have you heard the ad for food poisoning? Well, it’s not actually for food poisoning, rather how to avoid food poisoning.

3rd June, 2006

Have you heard the ad for food poisoning?

Well, it’s not actually for food poisoning, rather how to avoid food poisoning. One sunny weekend and there we are, the Paddies pretending to be Afrikaaners, up to our gills in gas-fired barbecues on our new varnished decks - poisoning each other.

Only in modern Ireland would the state have to pay for a radio ad instructing us to incinerate our sausages, lest we spark...

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