Tremendous parody of the DAA and its advert for T2 at Dublin Airport

A couple of months back, I posted this article about Annie Leibovitz which also included an ad for the new terminal at Dublin Airport. It features an actor walking through the new terminal waxing lyrical about all the great cultural works and literary figures etc which Ireland has produced over the years. It was with a wry smile that I pointed out that, given the current economic circumstances in Ireland, the terminal had been completed just in time to see a mass exodus of young Irish in search of work.

The ad has now been parodied by the brilliant Irish comedian Barry Murphy (probably most famous outside of Ireland for his role in Father Ted).

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