Too soon The best Twitter reactions to Eamon Gilmores resignation

first_img🙁 Source: Nicky Ryan/Twitter Eamon, did u collect the eggs— Nicky Ryan (@NickyRyan_) May 26, 2014 Source: Trendsmap Dublin/Twitter Whoops! We couldn’t find this Tweet Will there be a #taoiseachfleeshock to match #slánaiste?— Daragh O Brien (@daraghobrien) May 26, 2014 BLAMIN’ GILMORE— Alan (@alan_maguire) May 26, 2014 Can we have some sort of legally enforceable moratorium on “Unhappy Gilmore” jokes for the afternoon, please? Thanks.— Colm Tobin (@colmtobin) May 26, 2014 Source: Not The RTÉ Guide/Twitter Source: Doug Whelan/Twitter Whoops! We couldn’t find this Tweet But most importantly… Source: Daragh O Brien/Twitter I hope Gilmore’s statement is about postcodes.— John Moynes (@JohnMoynes) May 26, 2014center_img Going to start a band and call it Eamon Gilmore Girls.— zero doug thirty (@Dougwhelan) May 26, 2014 Some took inspiration from the whole debacle Source: Colm Tobin/Twitter There were puns. Puns everywhere RTÉ have installed a revolving door in the Drivetime studio to allow every member of the Labour Party to distance themselves from Gilmore.— Not The RTÉ Guide (@YourRTEGuide) May 26, 2014 Source: Alan/Twitter Source: John Moynes/Twitter Many were vying for his job Most impressively, the #slanaiste hashtag was born TÁNAISTE EAMON GILMORE has stepped down as the leader of the Labour party following the party’s disastrous performance in the local election.Needless to say, it was all Twitter could talk about this afternoon.Speculation was rife before the announcement #slanaiste is now trending in #Dublin— Trendsmap Dublin (@TrendsDublin) May 26, 2014 Eamon Gilmore resigns as Labour Party leader>Here’s how Labour will select their new leaders>last_img