50 thoughts on “He Is Among Us

  1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

    Ah, ole Mickey Bubbly. I’d go if I got a free ticket, lift to the gig and free booze.

    1. scottser

      i’d love to see our andy hangin off a bottle of champoo, belting out ‘fly me to the moon’ at the bouncers…

      1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

        I would ‘n’ all. I can get very bold & show-offy with a few too many on board.

    2. Martco

      apparently that might be on the cards for you…has allegedly very badly undersold…loads of half price tickets available on donedeal.

  2. Brother Barnabas

    If anyone’s interested, i’ve a spare ticket. can collect from anywhere and will be buying first 17 rounds.

    1. Spaghetti Hoop

      If ya can’t get a date in Dublin with a Michael Buble ticket something’s clearly wrong Brother.

        1. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

          Who is?
          I’m a bit squiffy. Watching the match with a cheeky white I bought in Green Man Wines (pricey but excellent). Bliss.

        1. Lush

          Do they say that?
          And what if you’re if the fairer sex, where does that leave you?

          1. Brother Barnabas

            you’re barking up the wrong trees, sniffing in the wrong holes… something like that

  3. buble and squeak

    he looks like a transition year student trying to explain his science project

    1. Spaghetti Hoop

      That’s what I saw too. Just won a bronze star for his mechano and lego creation.

  4. Daisy Chainsaw

    Ah the aul Boob-lay. Nice to see him emerging from his pre-Christmas hibernation early this year.

  5. Alastair

    Michael clearly isn’t putting the money into staging. Old school performance it is then.

  6. shortforBob

    I tried to dislike Mickey Bubbles but I can’t. He seems like another likable hardworking Canadian
    I don’t love his music but it’s inoffensive and he’s giving the people what they want.

    He’s also got a lovely family and his son is fighting cancer, doing well apparently.

    Seems like it was only yesterday he was playing a gig in Donnybrook stadium.
    I know it’s the internet and it’s funnier to say something mean but I begrudge him nothing and wish him all the best.

    1. Bertie Blenkinsop

      I was at that gig.

      As gigs-you-get-dragged-along-to go, it wasn’t the worst.

  7. Rugbyfan

    Only the GAA would close their stadium to their own games during the season it is required to earn extra cash from alternative sources…

  8. Jesús, María, and Josépha

    Who is he? Seriously, he struck out good with that name and he’s not in bubble bath sales?

    Whatever.

    Looks harmless enough. As long as he does a cover of “Summer in Dublin” on stage he’ll be grand in this heat. It’s time the debate moved on from the Letters Pages of the Irish Times onto the street anyway.

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