Endangered Irish Species – Only One Exists

January 27, 2008 at 11:34 pm 1 comment

There is only one female Methodist electrical trades worker in Ireland, only one single person aged 85 or over who has had eight children, and only one teenager who is married following dissolution of a previous marriage. Based on the latest official census figures, here are 25 endangered Irish species (although they could also be new species just evolving in Ireland): >>>

Endangered Irish Species – Only One Exists

  • One female Methodist electrical trades worker
  • One Belgian Presbyterian
  • One Irish traveller who was born in France
  • One Greek Muslim
  • One person in Cavan town who goes to work by train
  • One Estonian citizen of Chinese ethnicity
  • One female Orthodox guard or soldier
  • One Slovenian Protestant
  • One black woman who is not African aged over 85
  • One Slovenian Presbyterian
  • One female Muslim guard or soldier
  • One Jew living in Monaghan
  • One female Orthodox religious worker
  • One single person aged 85 or over who has had 8 children
  • One teenager who is married following dissolution of a previous marriage
  • One man in Roscommon town who goes to work by motorcycle
  • One female in Portrane who speaks Irish daily outside the education system.
  • One primary schoolboy in Sligo who travels more than 50km to school
  • One primary schoolgirl in Monaghan who cycles to school
  • One agricultural worker in South Dublin who has four or more cars
  • One primary schoolgirl in Laois who leaves for school after 9.30 a.m.
  • One person in Dunmanway with a third level qualification in computing
  • One male student who lives in Leitrim and travels to college by motorbike
  • One secondary schoolboy who lives less than 1km from school and leaves for school before 6.30 a.m.
  • One woman in Arklow who goes to work by some means other than on foot, by bicycle, by bus, by minibus, by coach, by train, by motorcycle, by scooter, by car, by lorry or by van
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Entry filed under: Culture, Fun, Ireland.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. M Buckley  |  January 29, 2008 at 11:15 am

    Great post.

    The Methodist motto “Friend of all and enemy of none”
    comes to mind.

    Reply

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