A Dubliner had lived in County Cork for a number of years, but unfortunately he died without a penny to his name..
Two of his neighbours from Cork went around from house to house collecting money for the deceased Dubliner so that he could be given a decent funeral.
“Excuse me, Sir”, they asked one old Cork man, “would you contribute a Euro to help bury a Dubliner?”
“That’s a great idea”, the Cork man said, “here’s ten Euros, bury ten of them”.
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