The Craic House – A Review

This quaint little Irish-themed bar is the perfect Irish-themed environment to have an Irish-themed evening of Irish-themed binge drinking with your Irish-themed partner. It bumbles along similar lines to the familiar Irish-themed bars that have been littered all over every Irish-themed city in the Irish-themed world. The Irish-themed décor of Irish-themed green, Irish-themed white and Irish-themed gold sparkles under the Irish-themed lighting, and the Irish-themed North American patrons wax Irish-themed lyrical about their Irish-themed ancestry in an Irish-themed drunken slur as they deposit Irish-themed urine into their Irish-themed underwear. The Irish-themed ambience is boisterous and shameless and gives a deft Irish-themed compliment to the brown Irish-themed bowl of thick slop being passed off as cuisine.

If you like your Irish-theme to be seriously Irish-themed then this Irish-themed bar is more Irish-themed than an almost-dead leprechaun lying in gutter underneath a mound of beer cans and betting slips, having squandered his pot of gold in a futile search for the craic.

4 out of 5 shamrocks

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3 thoughts on “The Craic House – A Review

  1. Deidre Green says:

    Before I realized this was part of The Press I thought you had gone mad

  2. Roberta says:

    Hi, my name is Roberta, I am a Brazilian girl (so forgive any mistake in writing). I really enjoyed your blog and its initiative on the video on facebook. I had deleted my account when I saw your video, I was happy to see that there are others who think like me about this artificial social network.

    Você tem um lindo sorriso!

  3. Filipa Jacinto says:

    I love this type of nonsense, the repeating of words, the comparisons that are also nonsense (they pass a good idea of the feelings of the writer, I guess…). It’s a clever absurd amusing thing!
    “this Irish-themed bar is more Irish-themed than an almost-dead leprechaun lying in gutter underneath a mound of beer cans and betting slips, having squandered his pot of gold in a futile search for the craic.”
    I almost died with this comparision, so funny! Who would imagine a leprechaun like that? (ok, almost everyone who think about irish people and their drinking habits). Anyway, I’m obsessed with irish history, traditions and symbolism, so this a gust of fresh air, haha.

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