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St Patrick's day
« on: 17.03. 2016 22:15 »
Although I bear the same name, I b****y forgot that it's St Patrick's day. (see what I meant duTch?)
So to all our Irish friends a great big CHEERS!
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Re: St Patrick's day
« Reply #1 on: 18.03. 2016 07:51 »

 Aye,  I dinnae know either(well I kinda did but lost track of days) until the wireless radio said the local Irish club was closed down and for sale *eek*, then forgot again until I collected my Sister and her Hubby visiting from Malaysia, and stopped for drinks, and the staff were all wearing green, so the  *beer* flavour changed from amber to Black.
 I suposedly have some Irish ancestry, but not sure how *conf*   *beer* *beer*

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Re: St Patrick's day
« Reply #2 on: 18.03. 2016 08:00 »
The night in Dublin on the way to IOM was one of the best. I'd love to have a longer look.
Back in year 7 (1st form) skool I went to St Patrick's College. (yep got expelled)
Happy St Pats day.
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Re: St Patrick's day
« Reply #3 on: 18.03. 2016 11:38 »
Yes hope you all had a great day over there, still have fond memories of working in Dublin for 14 weeks in 1976 hic
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Re: St Patrick's day
« Reply #4 on: 18.03. 2016 19:32 »

Tá fáilte romhat   *smile* *smile*

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