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St patricks hangovers

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by michelletracey, Mar 18, 2008.

  1. michelletracey

    michelletracey Welcome New Poster


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    Hi Everyone
    michelle tracey here got a hangover!!!!!! Not good!!!! Working in derry here from tyrone been a pod for almost seven years!!!
     
  2. twirly

    twirly Well-Known Member

    Hi Michelle Tracey,

    :welcome: To Pod' Arena.

    Sorry to hear about your hangover :dizzy: I suggest a BIG GREASY FRY UP. :D

    Your'e lucky you didn't decide to celebrate Paddys day in England.

    I booked yesterday afternoon off to participate in some Bejeezus & a drop of water from the Liffey only to find that the Pope decreed St. Pats day had been moved to last saturday so as not to interfere with All Saints day!

    Gutted. Well nearly, we consoled ourselves with the Pogues on CD & some cans n a takeaway. (was like Riverdance in our from room, bless the neighbours for being hard of hearing.)

    Hangover this morning was similar to a good night out but around £30.00 cheaper.

    All the best :drinks
     
  3. Dido

    Dido Active Member

    Just for you two wearers of the green

    www.ireland.com/newspaper/breaking /2007/0718breaking85.htm

    now then Twirly, if you were a good Catholic girl you would know that All Saints Day is on Ist November!
    Dido
    PS Can't get website address to work. After "newspaper" should be "/breaking/2007/0178/breaking85.htm"
    For some reason doesn't like the word "breaking".
    I am beginning to wish I hadn't started this!
     
    Last edited: Mar 18, 2008
  4. twirly

    twirly Well-Known Member

    Thanks for that Dido,

    Trouble is I'm just a dedicated follower of all things green. (especially if Guinness is involved). :D

    Religion (as you may have already guessed) is not my strong point. :rolleyes:

    Shucks I've been rumbled yet again.

    All the very best.

    :drinks
     
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