The Arrangement Presents: Some Woke Irish Jokes
Last St. Patrick’s Day, The Arrangement told a series of stereotypical jokes at the expense of the Irish, from whom both Phil and Drew are proudly descended. Since then, we’ve each undertaken deep personal inventories, checked our privilege, and fully unpacked the harmful impact of our words. To make amends, we even rewrote a few of last year’s most problematic jokes. Enjoy our newfound reverent irreverence with these fresh Irish zingers!
Q: What do you call an Irishman sitting on a couch?
A: His first name is Thomas, but you should address him as Mr. O’Flaherty.
Q: How many Irish women does it take to change a lightbulb?
A: Just one. Save your mansplaining.
Q: Why can’t you borrow money from a leprechaun?
A: Because they don’t exist.
Q: Why did the Irishman fall out the window?
A: A heartbreakingly tragic combination of alcohol and depression.
Q: How can you tell if an Irishman is having a good time?
A: It will be quite apparent.
Q: Seamus O’Shaughnessy and Father Flynn walk into a pub…
A: They drink a sensible amount and then leave.
Q: There once was a man from Nantucket…
A: Just. Stop.
The Arrangement will be shamrocking you like a hurricane on St. Patty’s Day! Join us on Saturday, March 17 at the Judge’s Bench Pub from 9:00pm to 12:30am!
The Arrangement features Mr. Drew Fontaine on acoustic guitar and vocals, accompanied by Mr. Phil Rosensteel on djembe, backing vocals, cymbals, penny whistle, and quite possibly the Irish bouzouki. They play fun and inventive covers of all your favorite Irish songs. Unless all your favorite songs are by The Boomtown Rats. Sorry, but that’s just not how The Arrangement rolls. Yee-ikes.
Have any questions? Please holla.