Just a quick heads up, generally, the number (#) numeration is generally used for extreme precision measurements that can be fatal if misinterpreted, like drug prescriptions. You don't need to do that with whole numbers in the two-to-three-digit range. The unnecessary parentheses can also throw off a viewer's eye gaze/parsing while they're reading.
Overall… I didn't really get the joke. It's some Irish guy who swears a lot, to the point where it's anomalously terrifying?
Suffice to say, I didn't laugh, and the 689 crosslink at the end doesn't really explain the piece (unless it was supposed to be a 682 reference, in which case that might actually be worse, since 682 gets overhyped a lot).
Most I can recommend is maybe trim down some of the material, so you're not confusing the reader too much before the punchline. The core joke (at least, what I can make of it) isn't that funny to me, but I can't speak for everyone's sense of humor. Definitely get more eyes on this.