As a Cincinnati resident...
... I'm fairly certain that leprechauns were indeed egging him on. Lousy little buggers are everywhere around here. No pots of gold though, we got the cheap ones.
A Cincinnati man who broke into a car, crashed out, and was subsequently discovered by the owner having a trouserless kip claimed his presence in the vehicle was due to a leprechaun who had obligingly let him in. According to the Cincinnati Enquirer, Nicholas Donohue found Kim Joseph LeBlanc, 36, "naked from waist down", and …
Was it just me but does anyone else think the perp was just being sarcastic? I mean they dont understand irony or sarcasm over there.
And two guys from Cincinnati / Cincinatti above both vouch for the existence of leprechauns, right . . .
I'm planning my visit soon - the ganj over dere mizzay be wack. not-im-sayin?
Shitz bitch, saves me some-o-dat shizzle so me can hang wiv da gyangstaz.
Anyone who seriously questions the role of leprechauns in strange human behavior should pick up Robert Anton WIlson's "The Cosmic Trigger" and start reading. Once you reach the section entitled "Did leprechauns leave the Simonton pancakes?" you'll be on your way.
"Was it just me but does anyone else think the perp was just being sarcastic? I mean they dont understand irony or sarcasm over there.
And two guys from Cincinnati / Cincinatti above both vouch for the existence of leprechauns, right . . ."
Absolutely correct sir. We have no idea what sarcasm is, nor would we recognize it when hit with a stick. Indeed, my sarcastometer has been on the fritz since Thursday past. Additionally, there is no way that any of my posts could in any way be considered sarcastic. I understand that across the pond you have "wit" and "repartee," leaving us with only rank humor, alas.
As such, I wholly doubt that the "perp" (as you say) would have been able to have used such an expression sarcastically, especially given the veritable plague of leprechauns that torment our fair metropolis so.
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