People are in awe today of disgraced, former independent TD Patrick Nulty, as he has taken The Fear, to an entirely new level.
Many people have experienced the dreaded fear – that cocktail of emotions the day after a night out. The sweats, guilt and utter remorse on what might have happened the night before, takes over and leaves the victim afraid to answer calls or read text and social media messages – especially those that they have sent.
A blurred memory of the previous night’s events remains, with scattered flashbacks making appearances throughout the day – to the horror of the afflicted person.
But Patrick Nulty has out-done absolutely everyone, by bringing the fear to new, impressive levels. The determined and motivated former TD, is a market leader, taking the post night-out condition to places people never thought possible.
Usually, it’s only slight embarrassment and jovial insults from friends the next day – but Nulty’s ambition has seen him gain national embarrassment, personal disgrace and cost him his overpaid job, after his drunken antics. Impressive.
This public representative thought it wise to send a 17 year old girl “inappropriate” private messages on Facebook while intoxicated, more than likely from alcohol consumed in the capital’s Dáil bar.
Nulty is now becoming some what of an icon to people suffering from the fear. In many ways, he has softened the blow that those are feeling today while at the same time, showing them what’s possible if they just put their minds to being an inappropriate pervert.
Numerous hungover people are thanking Nulty today, for reminding them that although they made a tit out of themselves last night, spent the night sleeping in the hall with the trousers around their ankles and repeatedly declaring their love for one of their co-workers, they didn’t send a 17 year old girl inappropriate messages, while being a public representative and get exposed nationally on a tabloid rag.