Tell us an Irish joke, sup contentedly on Baileys

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  • July 6, 2010
  • StopPress Team
Tell us an Irish joke, sup contentedly on Baileys

Ah, Baileys, hiding there in the depths of the booze cabinet, next to the port that's been open for 20 years, the half-finished cheap whisky that your dodgy uncle brought round for that ill-fated family barbecue and the watered down bottle of vodka your teenagers got stuck into for their after-ball. The problem with this all-too-common alcohol scenario is that Baileys is best served chilled, so, to encourage people to put it in the fridge, it has launched a new on-pack promotion where a code on the sticker is revealed once the bottle has been suitably chilled.

You then enter the unique code online at www.baileysnz.co.nz and wammo, you're in the running for $100,000 worth of prizes. All entries receive one-month of free DVD rentals from Fatso and, if you've got the luck of the Irish cream, you could win one of nine Bang & Olufsen entertainment systems.

But wait, there's more. We've got three whole bottles of the good creamy stuff to give away. So tell us an Irish joke* and we'll send the best chortlers some liquid booty.

*StopPress has Irish roots, so it's okay.

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