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Remarkably Drunk Irishman Cheered By Onlookers As He Affirms Stereotypes, Tries To Get Into Porta-Potty
To be fair to the Irish, this man was far from the only drunk person at Euro 2012. (As Total Pro Sports points out, the Ukrainians, Poles and Croats all took part in similarly inebriated shenanigans.) But even though he wasn’t the only drunk… by God, he was the drunkest drunk.
Take a look at the Irish serenading the national soccer team during their match today, and try to figure out what’s going on. If you guessed that Ireland kept their Euro 2012 hopes alive with an outstanding performance against Spain, you’d be very wrong. Ireland lost and it wasn’t even close. And yet, the fans stuck by their side. That’s what we call loving your team.
We have no idea what this man is saying, but that doesn’t mean we all can’t enjoy it — especially around the 40 second mark, when it sounds like he’s not even trying to make sense anymore.
Ireland and Northern Ireland: not the same thing, so we probably shouldn’t be shocked when Northern Ireland’s new favorite son, Rory McIlroy, doesn’t adopt a staple of the Republic of Ireland as his own. Still…
Remember the incendiary back-heel flick goal by Matty Burrows of Glentoran that is the early favorite for goal of the year? Well, he’s done it again.
The Fighting Irish are going home – sort of. For the first time since 1996, the annual Notre Dame-Navy showdown is heading back to Ireland.