PIC: This is most innovative use of a GAA match programme we have ever seen
Up there for thinking...
We've seen some originality in the past, as people use every resource known to man to defend themselves against the erratic nature of Irish weather.
Never before however has a man so wonderfully defended himself from the glare of the Spring sun. Sunglasses alone are not enough when Irish rays beat down on Sunday match spectators, and so hand to head and programme to beanie, the finest peak cap in all the land was created.
The snap was shot at the Donegal V Kerry match in O’Donnell Park on Sunday afternoon.
Ingenious. Necessary. Sartorially indefensible.
Episode 5 of our brand new podcast The Capital B has arrived!
This week's pod includes:
- The Irish video game maker, Bobby Healy, who made millions in Mexico before anyone heard of the internet and how being Irish is like being a global credit card;
- 25-year-old Carlow man Illann Power, talks getting kicked out of school for selling chocolate bars, moving to New York and selling his whiskey company for €40 million;
- Sarah, the baked bean expert of coolbeans, talks farts and why putting 'vegan' on a brand means it definitely won't sell.
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