[Dunnes Stores in the Beacon Centre, Sandyford, Co Dublin today]
Happy Tłusty czwartek (‘Fat Thursday/Doughnut Day’).
“I know Pancake Tuesday approaches. Today is its lesser known Polish relation. Much preferaNOMNOMNOMNOM.”
Why can’t 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)
Thanks Turt Hell
Eoin Kernan writes:
The church at Ireland’s base camp. Even the ‘Gods’ are supporting us.
Tricolour Overloads to firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s all kicking off.
Ricky T writes:
The Irish fans in Krakow giving the English team a real hearty welcome. Great sportsmanship all across the continent. “The Beautiful Game” indeed.