A Good EFFIN News Day

Did you get a good EFFIN laugh when you heard about the Co. Limerick parish that pushed Facebook to get recognised and won? Maybe you thought to yourself, there’s a bit of EFFIN craic to be had there. Well, here’s a bit of EFFIN news you might be interested in. Effinireland.com, a new website inspired by the story, is helping people get a little piece of EFFIN magic for themselves. You can now buy your own EFFIN t-shirts with slogans like ‘Proud EFFIN Paddy’ just in time for St. Patrick’s Day from www.effinireland.com.

Roisin Keown for effinireland.com said “Everyone wants a bit of EFFIN fun in their lives. We’re the people to give it to them’. ” She confirmed €1.50 from every t-shirt sold will be donated to the EFFIN Community Development Association saying “Irish people the world over like to have a bit of an EFFIN laugh in the midst of a lot of doom and gloom. If we get to make a bit of EFFIN history along the way, more to the EFFIN good”.

Reached for comment, Ann Marie Kennedy, the proud EFFIN woman whose social network crusade started it all, said “I think it’s a great EFFIN idea. The global response has been tremendous and this is another way to keep the interest in our little EFFIN village alive”

This week a little bit of EFFIN Limerick madness came to the capital. At St. Stephen’s Green, funny man and Channel 4 Shameless actor Paddy Courtney – an honourary EFFIN Paddy – and Dublin’s finest Nadia Forde – a fine bit of EFFIN stuff – urged people to get their EFFIN t-shirts in time for a great EFFIN Paddy’s Day and wished effinireland.com every EFFIN success.