Translation, anyone?




This afternoon.

Danish fans getting ripped off enjoying the craic in Temple Bar, Dublin 2 ahead of tonight’s World Cup football qualifier against the Republic of Ireland.


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32 thoughts on “Reaches The Parts

  1. Bruce Wee

    According to Google translate

    “Should you talk to your Irish department? Probably … Does that mean the bay of the 2,400 Danish fans in Dublin”

    Not sure about the Bay in that sentance but according to the Sun (reliable source..ahem)….

    The DBU’s tweet says Carlsberg should “probably” have a chat with its marketing team in Ireland, and suggests that there should be “kvajebajer” for the 2,400 travelling Danish fans – despite Carlsberg being the FAI’s official beer sponsor.

    Kvajebajer is an old Danish tradition that means when you make a fool of yourself, you are supposed to buy a beer for everyone who enjoyed watching you!

    1. Chucky R. Law

      A comma certainly wouldn’t go amiss. Unless they intended to mean something entirely different.

  2. RuilleBuille

    I was surprised to hear a Danish fan on radio this morning saying how cheap the drink was here. Must be expensive in Copenhagen.

  3. Custo

    Yen years ago I was paying equivalent of 8 euro a pint in Copenhagen. I imagine it’s about 60 quid now. Cans were cheap though.

  4. kid alatriste jensen

    I was in Copenhagen in August. it’s was 6 Euro for a pint in the hostel. much more everywhere else. 3 Euro for a can of coke in a Spar etc.

          1. Brother Barnabas

            Not out of blame, punishment or whatever but I’d like to see a new approach now. Should never have let Brian Kerr go.

          2. Bertie Blenkinsop

            Or Stephen Kenny….
            We simply don’t have a goal scorer imo, once they equalised you sensed we just didn’t believe we had it in us to get a second.

            On balance I think O’Neill has done a decent job in the circumstances, even if it’s been turgid viewing at times.

          3. Bertie Blenkinsop

            Thank feck I’ve got Depeche Mode to look forward to tomorrow night… now where did I leave my eyeliner…

          4. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

            Lucky you, Bertie. Saw them in 1993 for the first time. Probably one of the best gigs I’ve ever seen. Never as amazing since but still brilliant live.

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