And the spicy soup.
And the better looks.
And the fairly moody service station assistants.
And those sausages that look like a plump man’s
By now you might have seen the moving
video from the Polish Embassy thanking Irish people for their welcome over the last decade since the Polish started coming here in large numbers.
I would like to return the compliment and create a video thanking the Polish Irish community in Ireland for what they have given us. Suggestions [Culinary, food, dress, etc.] from your readers would be very welcome….”
[Dunnes Stores in the Beacon Centre, Sandyford, Co Dublin today]
Tłusty czwartek ( ‘Fat Thursday/Doughnut Day’).
“I know Pancake
approaches. Today is its lesser known Polish relation. Much preferaNOMNOMNOMNOM.” Tuesday
we have a Fat Thursday?
Judge Mary Devins was told on Friday last that time was given to decide if there was a suitable Polish charity. “There is, it’s called social welfare,”
Judge refuses To Grant Money To Polish Charity (Mayo News) With apologies to Linehan & Mathews
Thanks John Moynes and Justin Mason
Magdalena Kakol on O’Connell Street/Ulica, Limerick
“IN A bid to make non-Irish nationals feel more at home, Mayor Gerry McLoughlin wants to see the city’s street signs in Polish – and “African”.”
Mayor Of Limerick Wants Polish Street Signs (Nick Rabbits, Limerick Leader)
(Pic: Adrian Butler)
Thanks Niall O’M
Before the Spain-Portugal Euro 2012 semifinal, people in the Poznan fanzone sang ‘Stand Up For The Boys In Green’. What have we wrought?
Poznan Will Never Forget – Polish Singsong For The Irish Last Night In The Fanzone (Xavier McDaniel, Balls.ie)
Eoin Kernan writes:
The church at Ireland’s base camp. Even the ‘Gods’ are supporting us.
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