June 29, 2017

Wind blows Irish weatherman off screen.

15 comments:

traditionalguy said...

Sailing must not be an Irish sport, even in memory.

tcrosse said...

This incident exposed his man-bun.

Bad Lieutenant said...

Well tradguy that figures. Ireland is an island therefore surrounded by ocean, therefore surrounded by fish, yet they starved during the Great Potato Famine. It stands to reason they're not much for the seat

tcrosse said...

It reminds me of the sailor who was sucked under the pier. Over to you, Laslo.

gspencer said...

Am looking forward to the day when some weather [man, dude, lady, dudette, forecaster, choose or add your own], standing with [his, her, its] back to the ocean, and some huge wave rises up and takes said person away. Never to be found.

Man, would that be satisfying.

Robert Cook said...

"Am looking forward to the day when some weather [man, dude, lady, dudette, forecaster, choose or add your own], standing with [his, her, its] back to the ocean, and some huge wave rises up and takes said person away. Never to be found.

"Man, would that be satisfying."


Why?

tcrosse said...

The Brits say that the three most useless things to have on a sailboat are an umbrella, a wheelbarrow, and a Naval Officer.

Mitch H. said...

That's a weatherman? It looks like a hipster douchebag. Manbun and all.

The Vault Dweller said...

I was going to comment that men should only be allowed to have beards if they are sturdy enough to withstand a strong gust of wind, but then I saw he had a manbun.

Quaestor said...

That's a weatherman? It looks like a hipster douchebag. Manbun and all.

Weather-swish

MadisonMan said...

No Dylan tag?

Meade said...

"No Dylan tag?"

lol

William Chadwick said...

Hipster weathermen in Ireland? If Michael Collins came back from the dead he might wonder, "Why did I bother?"

tcrosse said...
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tcrosse said...

An Irish weatherman being blown onscreen might be worth watching.