We Make Do Admin at 2:04 pm May 13, 2016 This lunchtime. Luas green line at Stillorgan. At least some people are gNOMNOMNOMNOM Thanks Heather Thompson FacebookTwitterPinterest Related posts: Meanwhile, At Beechwood Luas Meanwhile, Not On The Luas The Tracks Of Our Tears Strike That
Oh to be outside drinking Bulmers, the Irish Pimm’s. Or Pimm’s. Or anything with booze in it, really.
Protip; Don’t go boozing on a Thursday night if you’re over 30 and want to drink the next day. Although I’ll probably get a special delivery later so ayr’ting airie.
Special delivery? I think I know you
Anythings possible. Although I doubt I’m the first person to use that term.
Nah, it’s not you. I thought you were someone I worked with but you’re a bit more eloquent
And I dunno if your special delivery is what I think his would be
Also I agree, 30’s here and had a few sherries last night and regretting it all day long.
Aye. I definitely don’t know any sherry drinkers anyway. Although +1 for reminding me to watch some Frasier at some point over the weekend.
Top marks for understanding terms used loosely and slang.
‘gNOMNOMNOMNOM’ is it still 2010?
Surely the headline should be: Irish people scoff €1.48bn of fast food a year
So can luas strike on last friday of every month to allow folk to sit out at the stations and ehh, eat al fresco.
A new concept in green living.