We drove the entire length of Ireland this week and saw 2 McDonald’s. We’re driving home from the Chicago airport and in the first 2 miles we’ve passed 6.
Update a half mile later: 7.
Only 4 full length featured pictures away from our destination!
Goodbye Ireland, I’ll miss your affordably priced prepaid mobile data plans. (at On the runway at Shannon Airport)
Here’s a sexy ass panoramic
WOW. (at Cliffs of Moher)
Cheers. (at Zuni, Kilkenny)
I think it’s sexier when my mustard speaks French. (at Fahys)
14th century scaffolding (at Rock of Cashel)
Hanging out on some ruins NBD (at Athassel Priory)
A 12th century church and stuff (at Athassel Priory)
Exploring the middle of nowhere. (at Wicklow Mountains)
At home I pay $150 a month for 2 lines that share 4GB of data. In Ireland I spent €20 euros and get unlimited data for the whole month without a goddamn contract. Fuck the USA.
Driving on the left side of the road should be a bit easier now with google maps leading the way.
Surrounded by more gingers than I’ve ever seen in one place. I feel so at home. Finally, I’m going to a place that won’t judge me based on the lack of color in my skin.
Best plastic surgery ad ever.
"It’s a striking sight — and one that most people will never see in a lifetime. Most wildlife biologists agree that albinism — a complete lack of pigment in the skin and hair — occurs once in about every 750,000 raccoons. According to the National Weather Service, a person has a better chance of being struck by lightning."
Of course having an albino raccoon living in my neighborhood is the only 1 in 750,000 thing that’s ever happened to me. Although it’s a bit less surprising that I witnessed this seeing as how there’s about 749,000 raccoons roaming my street at night.