What Do You Mean You ‘Weren’t Invited’?

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A gathering of kebab fans.

In search of sauce and merriment.

Sinead writes:

Abrakebabra recently hosted a tasting of their new Magic Sauces, soon available in Supervalu nationwide. Magician Keith Barry (pic 2) entertained the guests while they sampled various dishes from Kebabs, burgers, baguettes and Magic Bites to Loaded Fries….

No harm.

It can’t be The Oscars every night.

Abrakebabra

18 thoughts on “What Do You Mean You ‘Weren’t Invited’?

    1. Spud

      I thought this too, but then remembered Charlie’s still operate in Dublin.
      The market for post-drink grub is still good it seems.

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      1. millie st murderlark

        Charlie’s! It’s been a very long time since I’ve been in there. Last time I was in the one in Temple Bar, i was gee eyed and speaking in tongues.

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    2. dhaughton99

      The last time I went, I was handed sloppy rancid chicken in the Dame st branch. I’d never darken their door again.

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  1. Termagant

    There’s a lot of very weird looking people in this country. But I suppose it takes all sorts to make all sorts.

    Your one there in the second picture is wearing the exact same expression I’d be wearing if I was sitting there all duckied out excited for a nice kebab and someone came up and tried to do mentalism at me on camera.

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  2. kellMA

    I remember the good old days in my 20s when I would wake up the morning after a night of alchoholic overindulgence with the bang of uneaten garlic cheese chips (and at that time the stink of smokey clothes) wafting from the corner of my bedroom. Oh the days….

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  3. Ian-O

    Not sure I have ever eaten their stuff sober and I cannot remember (see my sobriety status at time of consumption earlier in this sentence) when last I had some and what I thought of it?

    Am sure its lovely though after a feed of beer?

    But then, so is cheddar, tayto and relish on some batch bread, irrespective of how pished you happen to be.

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  4. Gokkers

    Could be argued that having keith barry advertising your kebab shop is akin to having deidre o kane selling your washing machines…a bad idea!

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