Paddy The Pilot

Aer Lingus Flight 101 was flying from Heathrow into Dublin Airport one night, with Paddy the Pilot, and Mick the co-pilot.
“B’jeesus” said Paddy “Will you look at how short that runway is”. “You’re not kiddin, Paddy, this is gonna be a tricky bloody landing” replied Mick.
“Right Mick, when I give the signal, you put th’engines in reverse,” said Paddy, “and den put the flaps down straight away.” “Right, I’ll be doing that” replied Mick.
“And den stamp on the brakes as hard as you can” said Paddy, “and pray to Mother Mary with all a’ your soul” “Right, I’ll be doing that too” replied Mick.
As soon as the wheels hit the ground, Mick put the engines in reverse, put the flaps down, stamped on the brakes and prayed to Mother Mary with all of his soul. With roaring engines, squealing tyres and lots of smoke, the plane screeched to a halt inches from the end of the runway.
As they sat in the cockpit regaining their composure, Paddy looked out the front window and said to Mick “Dat has gotta be the shortest bloody runway I EVER seen in my whole life”.
Mick looked out the side window and replied “Yeah Paddy, and the fookin widest too”.