New Study Suggests “Celtic Punk” Not a Thing

Implications Could Affect As Many As 32 People Globally

K.E. Flann
The Haven

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In groundbreaking research, scientists have confirmed their long-standing suspicion that Celtic and punk have no business together. The classification, Celtic Punk, gained traction during the 1980’s because someone’s cousin Doug heard The Pogues on college radio.

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K.E. Flann
The Haven

Laughs in McSweeney’s, Weekly Humorist, and more. Author of How to Survive a Human Attack: A Guide for Werewolves, Mummies, Cyborgs, and Other Movie Monsters.