There really is nothing that brings out the very best in Ireland than a good opportunity to mercilessly slag someone who deserves it.
In this instance, it's Fianna Fáil and the avenue is a hashtag created by members of Ógra Fianna Fáil to help gather up questions for the annual summer school. While a number of the questions focused on the findings of the Mahon Tribunal, corruption within the party, welcoming back Bertie Ahern, water charges, a number of people used it for comedic purposes.
Here's a quick selection.
In July 1990 your government did nothing to stop the name change of Marathon to Snickers. We deserve an explanation. #askfiannafail
— Benjamin Moore (@Beanmimo) July 29, 2017
Where is the best place to buy brown envelopes? #AskFiannaFáil
— Daniel Burke (@DanielBurke2) July 29, 2017
Have you considered rebranding as Boaty McBoatface? #AskFiannaFail
— Sen. Neale Richmond (@nealerichmond) July 29, 2017
— liz mogan (@liz_mogan) July 29, 2017
#AskFiannaFail should I have a few cans tonight or not?
— Robert Purfield (@robertpurfield) July 29, 2017
Serious question folks. How do you relieve blue balls if you can't use your hands for whatever reason? #AskFiannaFail
— joe (@Joe_Panama) July 29, 2017
You can follow the Twitter hashtag here and add your own question - but don't expect an answer any time soon.