So Irish Twitter Is Having The Absolute LOLs Reacting To Hurricane Ophelia
"Penneys and Dunnes closing... yep this is the apocalypse."
Hurricane Ophelia is sweeping its way through Ireland today and a red weather warning has been issued for the entire country. Described as the most powerful storm to ever come our way, Irish people are doing what we do best and finding humour in the situation.
Here are some of the most gas tweets so far:
There are city council workers collecting leaves in North Strand. Collecting. Leaves. Before. A. Hurricane.
FFS Ireland. #ophelia
— Dreadford ? (@Bed_Forever_) October 16, 2017
Any boss who wants people to go into work during the Ophelia hurricane: pic.twitter.com/wPI0GAHB1g
— Aoife Byrne (@listentoaoife) October 16, 2017
— Ianod (@jacadam) October 16, 2017
— amie clancy (@AmieClancy) October 16, 2017
Penneys and Dunnes closing, yep this is the apocalypse #Ophelia
— Ciara? (@CiaraConnollyy_) October 16, 2017
— Caitlín Nic Aoidh (@CaitlinNicAoidh) October 15, 2017
Don't make a deliveroo cyclist bring you a 3in1 #Ophelia
— Gh?st Leigh (@veganperiod) October 15, 2017
— Feenyinn O'Taig (@FeenyinnO_Taig) October 15, 2017
— Kate McLoughney (@KateMcLoughney) October 15, 2017
Dunnes closed, ara it'll be grand.
Tesco closed, ok, this is getting serious.
Penny's closed, ok, we're all f#%ked
— Mick McGuire (@DjMakG) October 16, 2017
— Will Burke (@DeBurcaLiam) October 16, 2017
— Kevin (@_KevinWasHere_) October 16, 2017
— Eoin Keane (@EoinKeane101) October 16, 2017
— Shaun Stevenson (@Shaunstevens84) October 16, 2017
at that point in adulthood where i’m praying to get blown away by Ophelia, like please bitch
— rachel' (@rach_morton) October 16, 2017
— Jordan (@JordanRealize) October 15, 2017
— Richie Spookbrero ? (@Richie_Sombrero) October 16, 2017
— Johnny Glenn (@thattwitjohnny) October 16, 2017
My mother: quick do the hoovering before the electricity goes…God forbid the house wouldn't be hovered be4 it gets blown away? #Ophelia
— Tara McGrath (@Smurfmcgrath) October 16, 2017
— Samantha Kelly (@Tweetinggoddess) October 16, 2017
Additionally, do not approach fallen trees in case they have fallen on electric wires. Call @ESBNetworks on 1850 372 999 to report fallen trees or wires in your area.
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) October 15, 2017
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