Prank Dogbowl Letters 2 – From Albert Reynolds

October 4, 2007 at 12:01 am 1 comment

This is the second of the prank dogbowl letters, from when the dogfood-manufacturing Albert Reynolds was Taoiseach. It’s his reply to this prank letter about a domestic problem with a family’s pet Spaniel: >>>

First Reply from Albert Reynolds

Dear John,

Many thanks for your recent letter and kind sentiments contained therein.

I will certainly make enquiries with the IDA regarding the question of dogfood bowls modelled as dinner plates and I will write to you when I have some news.

I also wish to acknowledge receipt of the £5.00 postal order which you forwarded to the Fianna Fail party and I have asked Mr. Pat Farrell, General Secretary, Fianna Fail to contact you regarding future arrangements if you should wish to contribute.

Best wishes for the future.

Yours sincerely,
Albert Reynolds,

Next Dogbowl Letter

It was, of course, good to have the Taoiseach on the case. But, just to be sure, I wrote a follow-up letter to the head of the IDA, checking on progress. I’ll publish that here in a couple of days.

Entry filed under: Fun, Ireland, Pranks.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. osmacht  |  October 4, 2007 at 1:38 am

    Surely whoever wrote the response knew the original was a wind up. Funny all the same.


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