PICS: All of these chancers decided that they weren't going to work due to the heatwave
You really have to love Irish people.
Here's hoping that you made the best of the mini-heatwave that graced Ireland yesterday because the temperatures should drop with showers being expected in certain parts of the country.
Ah well, at least we can say that parts of Ireland reached the 30C mark yesterday with Mount Dillon in Roscommon recording the highest temperature in the country.
The cliche says that you should make hay while the sun shines but it seems that some Irish people have a very different interpretation of that saying. Essentially, these four people reckon that it means 'when there's even the slightest bit of good weather, down tools and head off from work'. We fully agree.
Mick Bagnall tells us that this sign was up on the door of O'Duinns Barbers in Rathangan, Kildare.
JOE reader Ryan Fulton sounds like he has the soundest boss in Ireland because he was given Monday night off to go on the beer and when he returned to work, he saw this sign that was outside of Egans Bar, Kilkenny.
Maeve Aldridge tells us that the coffee shops in Naas really couldn't be arsed opening yesterday because the weather was so nice.
Last but not least is Josie McCormack-Costelloe. Her cousin owns the Proper Chopper Barbers in Moate, Westmeath and we applaud his incredibly clever business strategy.