Thousands Of Desperate Donegal Refugees Arrive On Galway Shore
Thousands of desperate refugees from someplace called Donegal arrived in Galway this morning dying of thirst and desperate for asylum following the collapse of the Northern African Republic of Donegal.
The natives, who have not one word of English, arrived at the Galway docks at approximately 8;30 yesterday evening. The Galway fire brigade and rescue staff were on hand to offer support and beds for the asylum seekers, many of whom have never seen the civilised world.
The problems began shortly after their births as they began to note that they were different from normal Irish people. In 1992 following an unlikely All Ireland football win they declared a republic and broke away from the rest of Ireland.
With their own strange primitive language and unusual customs, the new country began on a good note until mass emigration forced the collapse of the economy which led to turmoil and uncivil war.
It is expected that local Galway businesses, such as the Hole In The Wall and Fibbers will offer many of the immigrants a place to stay for the coming week.
Meanwhile Mayo Wednesday has been called off as the cheap cunts would never put their hands in their pockets anyway.