What am I bid?
What Cavan people are perceived to lack in generosity, they more than make up for in sense of humour if an advert posted on Ireland's biggest classifieds website, Done Deal, is anything to go by.
One punter claiming to be from the Breffni county has put a 'Money Bush' up for sale.
Valued at €100,000, it is claimed by the poster that the tree came to being after his "father inadvertently drove his David Brown Selectamatic over a leprechaun in the haggart" back in 1968.
The advert, which had been viewed over 700 times by Tuesday afternoon, goes on to say that "the little fellah was buried as quickly as possible and a tea rose bush planted on the spot. Seven years to the day after the leprechaun was buried, a crisp green one pound note appeared".
The poster says the magical bush continued to sprout money, even managing to update itself along with the rest of Europe when the Euro currency was introduced.
"My poor father died last year and, because he always gave the money from the Money Bush to charity, he had nothing to leave us. Now we are in trouble with the old mortgage and need to raise a bit of cash. We don't want to take the money for ourselves, as our father warned us with his dying breath that we would be cursed if we did, so we are putting it up for sale.
"We're fairly sure if you had nothing to do with the death of the leprechaun, you'll be alright," the advert concludes.