Dude, that second one looks like someone made a bomb out of a waste paper basket... :)
Or maybe the farmer is acutely self-aware of his penchant for telling tall Irish tales (aka lies) and knows it's best if you just stay away.
Well, Happy St. Patty's Day! I heard your mother country had her first St. Patty's Day parade 8 years ago. Kinda strange that we Americans have been having it since 1776.Anyway, that's all the Irish history I know... Your pictures made me laugh. :)
I love the portrait of the bull, with its vaguely neo-cubist, Picasso-esque styling
Oh, God, those are freaking hilarious!! Hee hee.Happy St Patrick's Day, Words! :-)
you know, I had not even thought about it meaning that there was a bull in the field. :3
Wait. I thought you were German...This post makes me very sad. I want to go to there.
I love how ridiculously green the grass is in Ireland. I bet the farmers secretly dye it during the night.
I didn't realize bulls could read signs in Ireland. Informative yet lovely pics. Amyxx
Falling to your death is allowed. They just don't want you teetering on the edge of the jagged rocks on one foot. Can't you understand simple signage??? Sheesh.
Nice pics. I visited Ireland years ago and they brought back some nice memories. I wish the tours I went on would have had such funny signs.
the farmer definitely made that sign for a bull, to keep him out.
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