The annual ballooning season is coming to an end and some families have been left with a choice between purchasing balloons or buying food and clothing.
The latest numbers from the Irish Customs Service show the number of people entering Ireland with the balloons and food is down by more than half.
In total there were almost 1.2 million people entering the country with the new, cheaper, and less elaborate version of the “basket of deplorables”.
A basket of deplorsables includes people who are mentally ill, drug addicts, prostitutes, drug dealers, sex offenders and people with a history of violent crime.
The number of children entering the UK with balloons has also fallen, but still remains high, at nearly 2 million.
But the number in Ireland has increased by almost 30% since 2010.
The biggest increase was in the number with the “Basket of Fools” who, like many of the other items, are sold as novelty items.
This year, the Basket of Fun had about 8.8 million people in Ireland.
The basket of fools includes all sorts of products, such as the balloon of fools, a balloon with a clown face, and a balloon of a horse.
There are also some items with no real connection to the original, like the balloons with “lucky numbers”.
There is also a “Bucket of Fables” which has a collection of pictures of famous Irish characters.
“Bucks are for the fainting, the fag, the lollipop, the horse, the clown, the bunny, the snake, the duck, the fox, the cat, the monkey, the dog, the pig, the cow, the guinea pig, and the piggy,” it says.
The most popular item this year is the “Mansion of Hope”, a basket of fables with the names of more than 30 homes.
The average number of visitors to a home is up by 30% compared to last year, with around 8.2m people entering with the baskets.
Some people have been using the new balloons as a form of social media, as they can travel faster than the traditional paper balloons.
This has meant people have taken to Twitter to post pictures of themselves with the balloon.
It is not yet clear whether they will actually get the balloon, or whether the price will go up.
The Irish Customs Agency says they will be sending more than 500,000 balloons from November to December.
Some of the balloons have already been delivered.
There were around 5,000 for sale last year.
But there were only about 50 balloons being bought for the whole of last year as there was a huge shortage of supplies, as well as a large number of customers who were not aware they were buying balloons.
Some have said they have been forced to take a cut of the revenue from the sale of the products.
The new system is a big change for the country and has prompted a lot of criticism.
Some said it was unfair to the poor and the homeless, while others were concerned about the security of their homes.
A number of other items have also been banned, including balloons containing any kind of drug, including ecstasy, marijuana, cannabis and heroin.
Some countries, such the UK, have banned certain items, such drugs and guns.
But others have allowed them.
In the UK the government has already said it will not ban the use of the devices.
The government has also been criticised by some people for not being proactive in its response to the growing number of deaths in the country, with thousands of people dying on the roads in recent years.
In response to that, the government announced it would ban the sale and use of any sort of “marijuana-related devices” until 2020.
A lot of people in the Irish community have been campaigning against the ban, with people who were killed on the road having their homes searched.
A few weeks ago, the head of the Irish Council of Social Service, Dr Pat Kelly, said the ban was not necessary, but added that it was important that people knew what was happening.
“We have a responsibility to ensure that people know what is going on,” he said.
“This is not something that is a new thing in this country.” “
It has been said that people in Dublin have been stopped, searched and harassed by police in the past year. “
This is not something that is a new thing in this country.”
It has been said that people in Dublin have been stopped, searched and harassed by police in the past year.
The head of Dublin City Council has said that the police do not get the same scrutiny as the public in other cities.
The ban is also not popular in the Republic of Ireland, with the Government and the opposition parties saying that the ban has been too tough on the poor, the homeless and those with mental health problems.
In September, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that Ireland