Red tape gone mad :(
Type: Posts; User: jmccoy
Red tape gone mad :(
A friend of mine has a €34 ticket to spare if anyone needs one. PM for details.
There's a plaque in Antwerp showing the latitude and longitude for the place.
Gerry's a sound skin:
I know of some Tigers supporters who still affectionately speak of the place :)
I know, was in there Friday night, jam packed with French maids and schoolgirls, the odd Batgirl and a heap of nice witches. Love that pub :)
There's always some lovely and interesting cailíní in Mickey Martins.
Jack McCarthy is class. You should try he his black pudding infused sausages, served in The Locke I believe.
Got a strange wiff on the west terrace aswell.
I'm delighted with beating that shower. I was nervous all week about it, I couldn't have stomached them winning in Thomond. Keatley needs to sort his boots out, however the other aspects of his game...
So far I like the overall interface, however I'm not happy with the way tagging has changed in iTunes.
Of course there's a reason. The reason being that in a couple of years there WILL be a company that the EU Competition Commissioner will insist has a monopoly which needs to be competed against. Once...
Thank the aliens [emoji3]
23-14 to Sale
Yeah a poisoned chalice[emoji3]
Sure one of the most important criteria for a cup haven't been met, the ability to drink from it.
Not necessarily, it could be a valuable developmental tool that could open doors for some players.
Yep the Heineken merchandisers are hitting the pubs with jersey competitions and all the usual posters.
I hope I win it, I'll start a burn a Sarries Jersey challenge.
Had Heineken into me in work this morning. They're having a competition for 2 Munster jerseys and God knows why a Sarries Jersey. This is what I thought of the Sarries one :)
Flanellys was an interesting experience, had a big drunk guy buy a drink for myself and the brother, the conversation then moved swiftly along to the fella telling us he was an IRA spy. The Gatehouse...
I find most Wetherspoons I've visited to be devoid of what makes a good pub. Yep it's nice to have cheap drink and food but there is also a lot to be said for a thing called atmosphere and Spoons...
Who cares, they're part of the problem in the Irish pub trade.