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Irish girl exchanges 24 blowjobs for beer

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  1. Rob Cypher
    The deeply religious family of an Irish girl filmed performing sex acts on 24 men has forgiven her lewd antics, friends insisted yesterday.

    The Co Armagh teenager has gone to ground since the shocking two-and-a-half minute video, filmed in sleazy Magaluf, Majorca, went viral.

    Cheered on by a drunken crowd in a bar, the 18-year-old, dressed in a loose-fitting white T-shirt and pink hot pants, can be seen encouraging men to drop their trousers one after another.

    She was allegedly told she would win a holiday for taking part in the sick game but the “prize” later turned out to be a €5 drink with the same name.

    But last night relatives and pals were standing by the teenager.

    A pal exclusively told the Irish Mirror her family believes “God will see them through this”.

    She added: “She is a lovely girl but she’s been looking for excitement. She made a terrible mistake a few weeks ago and she has been fully forgiven. Her family love her and will protect her in their faith. But in saying that, everyone is devastated.

    “It may be a positive thing that this story has got out because now the situation can be addressed and she can regain her strength and dignity.

    “The family is very strong and very much at one with The Lord.

    “While others may see what she is said to have done as an act of depravity, we see it as something quite different.

    “She has been a victim, a target of evil, of wickedness and she has most definitely been led astray in a vulnerable moment.

    “She went into the world and it got the better of her. We need protection in this world and somehow she dropped her Godly protection for a moment – but that’s all it takes.

    “Her family are fully aware of what is said to have gone on and they have been shocked and horrified.

    “But they know how vulnerable young women are in the world and when they go to places for adventure and discover their protection in The Lord is attacked, they can fall.”

    The family has been deeply involved in a born-again Christian movement for many years and live their life as an example of “living forgiveness”.

    The girl’s father, who works from home, remained at the family bungalow yesterday.

    He refused to comment on his daughter’s antics. But the family friend said: “There is no doubt he is heartbroken and devastated for his girl.

    “He is praying for strength and guidance and although this is the sort of thing that can shake your faith, he will remain strong as she will need all the help she can get.”

    Meanwhile, the nightclub promoter who claims he filmed the girl performing the lewd acts has claimed she was doing it for fun as the drinks she was getting were free.

    Carnage Magaluf worker Scott Rogers, who shot the video during a pub crawl, told friends on Facebook and Twitter of his shock at the response the video received. He told followers: “It’s not every day a video I took gets all over the Spanish news & all over Facebook. Ooops!

    “She was on a bar crawl, she gets free drinks anyway.”

    And he said he thought the whole scenario was very entertaining.

    Rogers added: “Yeah was a little awkward, funny though.”

    When quizzed by someone on Facebook if he did film it, he responded: “Think whatever you want.

    “I filmed it and sent it into the Whatsapp group that all the carnage workers are in. From there it’s been sent out.”

    His colleague Alan Collinson said he doesn’t know what all the fuss is about.

    He took to Facebook and said: “It’s an average night on Carnage bar crawl. Turning inbetweeners into studs within six hours.”

    Last night another sickening photo emerged which showed a girl performing a sex act on another female.

    It’s believed that the picture was taken during a different pub crawl in Majorca.


    Jilly Beattie & Emma McMenamy
    Daily Mirror
    July 4, 2013

    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/magaluf-sex-video-parents-girl-3813194#ixzz377EKiUQd

Comments

  1. Reclaimer
    Yo whos gotta link to the video? fuck the story... i wanna see proof!
  2. kickitall
    Yip what happens on holiday should stay on holiday.. poor lass haha. Good Catholic background too.
  3. Alien Sex Fiend
    Remember 37? "My girlfriend sucked 37 dicks!"
















    ...
    In a row?








  4. Xplicit
    Ohh the Irish..... they do anything for beer. I would know because I'm Irish..
  5. Heretic.Ape.
    Screw New Orleans; Next vacation: Ireland :p
  6. chibi curmudgeon
    Funny how if she gave 24 blowjobs for the hell of it, this wouldn't be news. If she were my daughter, all I'd care about is whether she did all this voluntarily...and remind her how much cholesterol is in semen.
  7. Joe-(5-HTP)
    This is kind of what happens when you have a sexually repressive religious ideology.
  8. ianzombie
    Really?
    What county were you born in?

    If you were Irish you would not be making stupid stereotypical generalisations like that.
  9. Rob Cypher
    lol, I've noticed ianzombie is sensitive about Irish stereotypes. That's alright to be that way; you have pride in your heritage and you don't want your folks to be portrayed as drunken cartoonish fools. I understand. It's all good bro, :smoking:
  10. ianzombie
    I am, although this has nothing to do with being proud. I was born where i was born, i don't feel proud of a random act i had no control over. I don't have time for any stereotyping, it is the tool of bigots.
    Heritage has nothing to do with it. What happened in the past is of no relevance, what is happening in the present it all that matters.
    Considering the content of the OP, i don't think it is in any way funny to be making jokes that make stupid sweeping generalisations and also make light of this situation.

    Joe probably has it right.

    I hope this girl has been tested for each and ever STI that can be passed.
  11. Xplicit
    I'm American, my great grandfather and grandmother came from Ireland. So I'm not binded by any sort of code to not make fun of my own nationality once in a while. Thank god I don't have to wake up everyday and go to war with my protestant neighbors just because they are different religion than me. So there is a big difference between you and me, I'm American and you are native to Ireland. Irish ancestry doesn't hold any kind of extreme cultural pride for me really it is just my ancestry and I'm proud of it but not so much that it is big a deal cracking a joke at the Irish...
  12. ianzombie
    So you are not Irish, your great grandparents are.

    Neither do I.
    You are perhaps confusing Ireland (republic of) with Northern Ireland? They are 2 different countrys.
    Neither do my friends in Northern Ireland for that matter.
    I am not religious for starters. Nor have i ever gone to war with anyone, or know any one that has.
    All religions and non-religious live side by side here.
    Presumably your knowledge if Ireland is pretty poor if you think that is what we do as Irish people.

    Insulting Irish people and then claiming you are Irish, when you obviously are not, is no different to insulting black people and claiming you are black, when you obviously are not.
  13. Xplicit
    I'm Irish-American. I'm am of Irish decent that makes me Irish, I have some German and Danish blood but still the majority of my ancestry is Irish. That would be like saying someone from Russia who had a son who was born in the U.S with a Russian wife is not Russian. He indeed is Russian, Russian is his ethnic background and American is just a nationality. It is much different here in the U.S, were your family came from is what makes you what you are ethnically. American is just a nationality were you were born, my ancestors are not native to this continent so I couldn't be anything else but Irish, German, or Danish ethnically which makes me a Irish seeing as my mother and father both come from Irish families.

    I know it is not in the majority but I do know some places like Belfast Catholic and Protestant kids are taught to hate each other and each other's religions and they are constantly at war. I'm not saying it is you but it is very real and it is stupid regardless because no one in the U.S Irish or any other ethnicity hates one another over religion or historical conflicts. It is almost non-existent in most parts because it is insignificant. Most things like that are left behind in their respective countries. We still hold our heritage in high esteems but we don't let things like that cause violence.

    Again I'am very much Irish seeing as I have Irish ancestors and therefore that makes me Irish, and no I was no insulting the Irish. It was a joke buddy, learn to take one. A secondly it is not like making fun of black people seeing as I have Irish ancestry and am Irish and seeing as I'am not of African or African American decent. If this was about a black girl and a black guy came on here cracking a joke at it I wouldn't see anything wrong with that because well he is black and he is just cracking a joke at his own race. It isn't a big deal bud...
  14. Rob Cypher
    So I'm confused. Since Xplicit is of Irish origin but is probably a fourth-generation American, he is allowed to crack jokes about the Irish? Is it the same thing as African-Americans cracking jokes on themselves?

    I've noticed that there are conflicts sometimes between African-Americans and African immigrants due to cultural differences; ie the Somali population in Milwaukee having beef with African-Americans.

    Could this be a similar thing with Irish-Americans and natural-born Irish folks? Just curious.
  15. Xplicit
    Oh I'm totally allowed to crack jokes at whoever lol, Freedom of Speech. Especially my own ethnic group haha

    Perhaps... it could be a historical thing. I'm not sure, I know about the thing with African American's and African's not liking each other too much. I would've thought that it might have to do something with religion but that is unlikely seeing as the majority of Irish immigrants are Catholic and the majority of people in the Republic are Catholic as well and I would have originally thought that perhaps Irish-American's and Irish people living in Ireland in modern times didn't like each other because one was predominately Protestant or Catholic over the other but that is not the case. It appears the majority of cultural/religious subscription among both Irish people both in America and on the island is Catholicism so that is not the case of the conflict. I do know for a fact that there is conflict among the islanders. I saw a vice documentary on it and it is really shocking to see how much some Scotch Irish protestants and how Irish Catholics are brought up to hate each others culture and religion so much. It almost seems like the Unionists and the Republican's dedicate their lives to hating each other.

    But no I really don't see the same thing applying too much to Irish people. If I met a guy at a pub with a thick Irish accent and I knew he was born in Ireland and he came over here I wouldn't see any reason to dislike him no matter his religion or culture or if he is a unionist or a republican. Those kinds of things are irrelevant to us American's at least. No one cares about conflicts in our native lands like the ones they are currently having over there even if small. Here in America we get along with everyone no matter where they are from. Not all of us of course but the average decent American learns to accept others no matter if they are English, Turkish, or Russian.

    I have yet to understand the conflict between African's and African American's myself. Not to sound racist but does it have something to do with one group having been enslaved and the other not? And they somehow hold animosity towards them for I guess no enduring what they endured?
  16. Alien Sex Fiend
    So, ianzombie, Would you accept "free" gin from 24 guys? Its Friday night, Let's Party!
  17. MikePatton
    I couldn't agree more. This is basic psychology.

    I also think the guys that took part are just as guilty. Getting a blowjob is not worth humiliating another person to death. You must be a huge asshole to allow this. It shocks me that not a single person in the bar had the decency to take this drunk girl home. Nobody there had a shred of humanity??

    Also, who the fuck would want a blowjob from someone who's got the fresh, unknown, possibly STD infested germs of 23 guys in her mouth?!
  18. rawbeer
    In the USA it's pretty common for people of Irish heritage to make jokes about drinking and their ancestry. Unfortunately some Irish-Americans see this as the only way to celebrate their heritage, and American culture has largely reduced Irish heritage to this stereotype. I would prefer it acknowledged the fine literary tradition of the Irish people, their role in founding this nation, their important influence on music, etc. but it's a lot easier to just sell the culture packaged as a drinking holiday - St. Pat's. And it's hard to make good jokes about James Joyce.

    I think a lot of this is a way for a previously discriminated against group - the Irish in America - to shrug off the ugly past. Laughing about old stereotypes can be a healing process, something I think a lot of African-Americans are getting to experience now (see Dave Chapelle, Chris Rock...I guess Pryor really started it...) I don't mind it when it's done well - that family guy bit is pretty good - but I can see how an actual Irish person would take offense to the idea that a person would fellate 24 men for alcohol because they're Irish. I've been to Ireland twice and no one was fellating anyone for beer. I did not see levels of drunkeness to compare to anything I've seen in my own home town on St Pat's or Mardi Gras, which can be pretty depressing. (and I say that as a heavy drinker myself).

    I do call myself Irish, because it's the majority of my heritage and I'm proud of it. It's something Americans do, call themselves Irish or Italian or whatever, and I understand how it mystifies Europeans. But I think it's fine to have pride, but when that pride only extends to drinking boasts, maybe learn more about it. And I'm not assuming this is all Xplicit thinks of his geritage, but I know a lot of Irish Americans who don't think beyond drinking on St Pats to celebrate their heritage.

    Unfortunately I don't think the past is quite as forgotten in Ireland, tho' I could be wrong. I think there are still some real social tensions in Ireland and the UK pertaining to heritage. I doubt anyone in the USA has been actually discriminated against for being Irish in a very long time. I don't think that the case in the UK, and even though the situation in Nothern Ireland has improved I'm sure there's still a lot of tension and violence there as well.

    Just be careful about the jokes you make. I don't think the Irish find it funny that we have a cocktail here in the USA called an Irish Car Bomb. Do you think African Americans would appreciate being served a cocktail called a Lynching Noose? Do you think Kenyans would appreciate hearing jokes about how all Africans are good for is picking cotton?

    As I said I think it can be good to laugh at stereotypes. I think Irish-Americans are beyond the need to really do so though. I don't think there's anything wrong with joking, but this is an international forum and you need to be aware that a joke that plays fine in the USA may be offensive elsewhere. I would advise everyone to try to see this from both perspectives and not take things too seriously, I don't think anyone set out to hurt anyone's feelings.

    But anyway, this isn't strictly on topic, but I felt the need to chime in. I'm sort of ashamed to admit I've seen a small clip of this video and she's basically sucking each cock for like 2 seconds, and most of them are drunk and flacid. You don't have to be Bill Clinton to hesitate about calling these "blowjobs". On my birthday my wife gives me a popsickle stick with "good for one blowjob" written on it. If I went to cash that in and got 2 seconds...I'd just snap off the very end of it and tell her she still owes me the rest.

    How these stories make the headlines I don't know. Oddly this is the second "irish girl blows dudes in public" story to come out in recent memory. Lots of girls blow lots of dudes in public and get filmed. All these things do is make our collective faith in our own species wither away. Let's not feed the ugliness. Don't watch the video, do yourself a favor. I wish I hadn't. And keep in mind this is a big planet with lots of different perspectives, and we get angry let's not knee-jerk, let's talk and try to sort out why people are getting offended and defuse the situation before it gets ugly.
  19. MikePatton
    I think you guys are completely missing the point with this discussion. The fact that she's Irish has nothing to do with this story. It could have happened anywhere, there are horrible people everywhere unfortunately. Even if the claim that the Irish drink excessively was true it's still irrelevant. Let's focus the comments on the atrocity at hand and not the stereotypes about the country it came from.
  20. Alien Sex Fiend
    Sure, Mike, she could have been Russian. But in Russia this stuff is normal, Its not news
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