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  • barryfitz87
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    Originally posted by ustix View Post
    My first visit to Thomond Park, she made me wonder. Lansdowne Road locking her out says it all. I seem to remember French cockerels being more than welcome there
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  • ustix
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    My first visit to Thomond Park, she made me wonder. Lansdowne Road locking her out says it all. I seem to remember French cockerels being more than welcome there

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  • barryfitz87
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    Originally posted by ustix View Post

    Yep, with apologies to the memory of Dodo and her dogs
    She was quite the character.

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  • ustix
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    Originally posted by barryfitz87 View Post

    Don't you mean Dodo Reddan?
    Yep, with apologies to the memory of Dodo and her dogs

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  • barryfitz87
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    Originally posted by ustix View Post

    What about Dolly? and the mutts in the pram?
    Don't you mean Dodo Reddan?

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  • lawrence
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    Originally posted by ustix View Post

    Do you play triangle in the brass band?
    No.

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  • ustix
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    Originally posted by lawrence View Post


    No, fishburn.
    Do you play triangle in the brass band?

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  • lawrence
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    Originally posted by Waterfordlad View Post

    I had the same 'dyslexic' blindspot with that, Chippy, for a very long time. Always read it wrong & even then I wondered if the user had made a typo originally!!

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    I got it straightaway.

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  • lawrence
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    Originally posted by ustix View Post

    Is it true you're from Arabia lawrence?

    No, fishburn.

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  • Waterfordlad
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    Originally posted by mr chips View Post

    One of the best usernames anyone ever used to join this forum was '78 - I was three. I don't know how long it was before I did a double-take to realise what it actually said rather than what I thought it said.
    I had the same 'dyslexic' blindspot with that, Chippy, for a very long time. Always read it wrong & even then I wondered if the user had made a typo originally!!

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  • mr chips
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    Originally posted by lawrence View Post

    You mean you weren’t at it?
    One of the best usernames anyone ever used to join this forum was '78 - I was three. I don't know how long it was before I did a double-take to realise what it actually said rather than what I thought it said.

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  • ustix
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    Originally posted by lawrence View Post

    You mean you weren’t at it?
    Is it true you're from Arabia lawrence?

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  • lawrence
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    Originally posted by Piquet View Post
    I'm told that Munster completely ignored it in 1978.
    You mean you weren’t at it?

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  • Daithi
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    Originally posted by ustix View Post

    What about Dolly? and the mutts in the pram?
    Twas when they wouldn't let her into Lansdowne Rd for the Ail final, and she even had all the dogs kitted out in cookies colours........ if ever there was 'an incident' that showed the difference between Munster & Leinster club rugby at the time, that was it imho...

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  • ustix
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    Originally posted by Daithi View Post

    That's what it was like as a student from Cork ,going up to face Young Munster in Thomond Park or the killing fields...... back in the day.

    They'd bring their goat, they'd continuously f & blind you, 'tellin ya', that they were going to 'effin' kill ya.....', 'Clohessy will get ya, ya posh, Cork, student ya.......'

    .... and that was just their women folk!!


    P.s. ah yes, great days indeed :))
    What about Dolly? and the mutts in the pram?

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