Meanwhile, In Clonakilty Admin at 4:33 pm October 20, 2017 This afternoon. Clonakilty, County Cork. Preparations for the arrival of Storm Brian from the Atlantic that could flood the entire town. And that’s pudding it mildly. Pudding. Never mind. Eamonn Farrell/Rolling news FacebookTwitterPinterest Related posts: Sure Where Would You Get It? Squee In Clonakilty Board This Weekend? Free Of Fluoride
Is it just me, or is there a bit of a tilt on the first picture?
Wind blew it over.
The Orthodontists look ready to er…..brace Brian wha.
Thanks you’ve spotted an obvious gap in the comedy circuit
Clonakilty has flooded regularly over the years. In 2012, extreme rainfall and river flows inundated the centre of Clonakilty causing significant damage to properties and businesses. It is estimated that 105 private residences were impacted along with 170 commercial premises. More than ten of these incurred direct damage of over €40,000. Total damage was estimated at between €6-€7 million. Many premises can no longer obtain flood insurance.
Here’s hoping the town escapes the worse.
It’s grand there right now, apparently.
I only clicked on this for a pudding pun and gosh darn it ye guys delivered. Get ye to the pub.
…seriously…Brian…you’d be running for the hills…
Serious question, do ye fry or grill yer puddn?
The granny always put it at the bottom of the grill pan so the grease from the rashers dripped down on to them.
How you do your puddn says a lot about you. Frilly knows what I mean.
Excellent question which I can answer
You fry it in a little butter in a cast iron pan
You’re a classy chick Mrs k.
Only weirdos grill pudding. I mean, personally, why do it by halves ? It’s pudding, not exactly a health food.
YOU’RE the weirdo. I grill it.
ah no..fry forever
who wants a dry sausage?
Depends on what you dip it in.
Yeer in bed together now, aren’t yee.
Cork got a right batterin’ from Ophelia as well.
At this rate I’m wondering if Cork will become a myth, similar to Atlantis.
It’s already legendary boy !
Chalk it down, girl.
How come this one is named after my arch-enemy Brian?
I thought hurricanes were named alphabetically.
Surely it should’a been called Peadar, or Paddy-Joe, or Patrick if you insist on being formal*.
*Never call anyone Patrick when you’re in Cork. They’ll think you’re from Dublin. It won’t end well.
my arch enemy is Melanie
She sounds lovely.
even the name is passive aggressive ;)
Philippe is out in the Atlantic. Think Britain & Ireland got to name this one.
Brian’s are sound. Leave em alone!!