By Wyatt Earp | November 24, 2010
The Irish have come up with a clever way to protest their financial collapse and the impending bailout by the EU/IMF. Of course, .
Boxer shorts and g-strings sporting the slogan: “I’d rather be screwed by the IMF” might be the top stocking filler this Christmas in Ireland as anger over a financial bailout and frustration with the government mounts. Ireland’s politicians conceded on Sunday that they would need an EU/IMF bailout after weeks of public denial, prompting a small local company to launch a new clothing and underwear range.
“It’s a bit of a dig at our leaders that have led us into this mess,” said Tim Kelly, co-founder of the Cork-based website Puckout.com, whose products include other logos such as “The IMF took me coat” and “What the IMF.”
Seriously, what happened to Ireland? It’s truly become the world’s outhouse.