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Sneaky dogs and notions: 10 more weird 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:

“Easy does it… I’m nearly in,” we reckon this big guy is saying to himself.

A totally inconspicuous Alsatian. Wouldn’t you agree? (Pic: Peter Gladala)

A very strategic black cloud. Ominous even.

Another sneaky dog! This one is trying to edge his way in to wave to everyone at home, just like the young lad on the phone telling his mam to “quickly turn on da telly!”

#NOTIONS: One parking space wasn’t enough for this driver in Clifden, Co Galway.

“Is this duck the second coming? He’s walking on water,” a reader asks us. Eh, we’re not sure really.

David Lee sent us this spelling mistake. Awkward.

Don’t mess with Sarah McCartney. That’s all we’re saying.

A bubble bath on College Green in Dublin city centre. Aren’t all the students on holidays or on J1s?

A cup cake to celebrate Dublin Pride. Making us so hungry!

A rainy day in Cork. Looks miserable… the rain… not Cork!

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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