They say St Patrick himself was removing rubbish when he heard his calling…well, mucking out pig pens, but in the 4th century Ireland, that’s about as close to rubbish removal as you got. Here at Brizzy Rubbish Removal we’re fond of the grand ole’ Irish and all that they’ve given the world, so this is our tribute to all things Irish, that aren’t rubbish!
At Brizzy Rubbish Removals, we love Irish Beer
Let’s raise a pint to the beer that takes 119.53 seconds to pour properly (in two stages) and should only be served at precisely 6°C. To the beer we’ve seen where the bubbles travel down, not up and where the head can just about be cut with a knife. There’s nothing rubbish about a Guinness.
At Brizzy Rubbish Removals, we love Redheads
While real red hair is extremely rare (only 4% of Caucasians are naturally red), around 46% of the Irish population carry the red head gene. While we know not all redheads are Irish, we also know that there’s no woman like a fiery Irish redhead and if there’s one woman on Earth that won’t take any rubbish, it’s her!
At Brizzy Rubbish Removals, we love 90s Boy Band Westlife
Nah, just kidding, they really are rubbish.
At Brizzy Rubbish Removals, we love the Irish Brogue
Actually, at Brizzy Rubbish Removals, the women on our team love the Irish Brogue… in fact, they’re crowded around a video of Colin Farrell now, not doing any work….I am told that Colin Farrell is definitely not rubbish! The Irish accent changes from one end of Dublin to the other and has impacted on accents all around the world – including adding a lyrical bounce to Jamaican intonation and is blamed for the extreme R’s in American English.
Most of all, we LOVE St Patrick’s Day
Yes, it’s because love a bit of craic, a good Irish beer, the idea of a little green man who’ll give us a pot of gold and of course, we love the one day of the year we get to sing Oh Danny Boy at an unmelodic threshold of pain…. Happy St Patrick’s Day Brisbane from all of us at Brizzy Rubbish Removals!