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Three men and a tractor: 10 more of the weirdest pictures sent by our readers

Sometimes we are sent really useful news tips and pictures, other times we are sent really weird crap like this.

OVER HERE AT TheJournal.ie headquarters we get sent some really random stuff.

You see, our readers can send us news tips and pictures, and while for the most part they are perfectly relevant and useful, sometimes they are really not. Really, really not.

Since we started doing this post, you have all copped on and started sending in even more weird sh*te. So here’s a look at some of the surprises we got when we opened our inboxes this week:

Just three men on a tractor. At the same time. Having the LOLs. Nothing to see here garda. Nothing at all. (Derek Hano)

Dave Hammond noticed this rather unfortunate spelling mistake by protesters at the G8 summit. We have a feeling that they felt like a right t*t for not using spell check.

Because we seriously appreciate artistic talent:

“I saw a double rainbow in a field and took a picture of it, but it didn’t show up on my crappy phone,” said Calvin Cooke. “So I just drew it in on paint.”

A masterpiece Calvin, bravo.

Amr Dave sent us this picture of a few lads jump-starting a plane. Yes, really.

Ronan sent us this picture of a family of ducks crossing the road on Leeson St in Dublin. Too cute.

Why do we seem to have a craving for duck a l’orange all of a sudden?!

#ONLY IN IRELAND: Our ‘Only in Ireland Pic of the Day’, reminded Alan Shaw of this sign he spotted on the road to Knock in Co Mayo a few weeks ago.

Talk about stating the obvious.

Jay Sparrow spotted this on the road home from work. Why would anyone need half a VW van? Answers on a postcard or at least in the comments section please.

UPDATE: Daniel Downey emailed to explain: “The half Volkswagen car was for a play”. We’re having an Oprah ‘Aha! moment’.

“A snail piggy-back,” says Shane Barry. That it is Shane.

We have no words for this one. We’ll leave it up to your own interpretation.

If you’d like to send us some news tips or pictures email us at tips@thejournal.ie or pictures@thejournal.ie. However, if you have any images similar to the ones above, maybe you should keep them to yourself.

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