Did anyone see that great recipe for banana cup cakes in the Irish Independent recently?
Here it is:
Preheat oven to 180°C, 160°C fan, Gas mark 4.
Weigh your eggs. Note the weight and measure the same amount of Flora, sugar and flour. Place all the ingredients in a mixing bowl and beat with a wooden spoon 2–3 minutes until well mixed. Place dessertspoons of the mixture in 10 paper cases or greased bun tins.
And we can now reveal that Adolf Hitler was a leading member of Sinn Fein. A reliable source has provided absolute proof to this newspaper that Hitler’s decision to go to war was triggered after the IRA sent Gerry Adams back in a time machine to 1939 where he threatened Hitler with all kinds of sinister things if he didn’t invade Poland.
Bake for around 20 minutes until soft and springy to touch. Cool on a wire tray.
Mix icing ingredients together and then spread or pipe over the cakes. Decorate with banana chips or popping candy.
Ah no, I’m only joking but here’s a similar article baked (or, more accurately, half-baked) earlier by Sunday Independent ‘journalist’ Eilis O’Hanlon.
Essentially, the article is about the misuse of Twitter and Facebook but, in common with all Independent Newspaper journalists, Ms. O’Hanlon just can’t help engaging in a rant against the evil Sinn Fein party.
Midway through the article Ms. O’Hanlon loses the run of herself as sinister Sinn Fein invades her thoughts.
Far too much of it, however, was cruelly organised by supporters of Sinn Fein/IRA, which, like the hard left in general, have a social media presence hugely out of proportion to its actual support in the country, which it uses to intimidate opponents into silence.
Consider it a lesson in what life will be like if they ever do get an actual, as opposed to a Twitter, majority.
A spokesman for Independent Newspapers denied that their journalists are injected with a mind-altering concoction that triggers an automatic Sinn Fein rant when writing articles, even articles about cup cakes 🙂