An otherwise tolerant publican from a popular watering hole in the Irish town of Tipperary has grown tired of Aussie tourists walking into his establishment and dropping the same old lame joke. He estimates that 75% of Aussie tourists who walk into his pub for a pint of Guinness make a tired reference to the old song “It’s a long way to Tipperary”. 

Speaking exclusively to The Watsonia Bugle via Skype, Paddy O’Callaghan said, “To tell you the truth I’m just sick of it. And every one of these peanuts walks in thinking they’re the first one to ever say ‘G’day mate, it was a long way to get here but I’m glad I’m finally here’. Idiots.” 

O’Callaghan said numerous attempts to post a warning on smartraveller.gov.au have been unsuccessful, and slapping these dimwitted tourists across the face would be a clear breach of the famous Irish hospitality. He said, “I’m at me ends tether, and I don’t know what to do.”  

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