Meanwhile In Longford

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This afternoon

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar at the opening Of Centre Parcs in County Longford – home to Love Island contestant Maura Higgins.

Earlier…

This afternoon.

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar attended the official opening of the €233million Center Parcs Longford Forest outside Ballymahon in Co Longford.

Ceremony to mark completion of Center Parcs in Longford (Newstalk)

Previously: Gaslighting By Fanny

Longford, You’re A Lady

Pics: Merrion Street

14 thoughts on “Meanwhile In Longford

  1. GiggidyGoo

    So, how many times has he tweeted about Love Island in the past up to today?. You know, seeing as he is a fan?

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      1. ReproBertie

        Tweet counts are the only way to judge somebody’s interest in anything Millie. Surely you know this given the number of tweets Bertie dedicates to you.

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        1. bertie blenkinsop

          I posted this before but it bears repeating….

          “Once upon a time, a king gave a feast. And there came the most beautiful princesses of the realm. Now, a soldier, who was standing guard, saw the king’s daughter go by. She was the most beautiful one, and he immediately fell in love with her. But what could a poor soldier do when it came to the daughter of the king? Well, finally, one day, he managed to meet her, and he told her that he could no longer live without her. The princess was so impressed by his strong feelings that she said to the soldier: “If you can wait 100 days and 100 nights under my balcony, then at the end of it, I shall be yours.” Damn! The soldier immediately went there and waited one day. And two days. And ten. And then twenty. And every evening, the princess looked out of her window, but he never moved. During rain, during wind, during snow, he was always there. The bird shat on his head, and the bees stung him, but he didn’t budge. After ninety nights, he had become all dried up, all white, and the tears streamed from his eyes. He couldn’t hold them back. He no longer had the strength to sleep. All that time, the princess watched him. And on the 99th night, the soldier stood up, took his chair, and went away.”

          My love for Millie transcends mere tweets Reprobertie :)

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      2. GiggidyGoo

        Well, Millicent, he tweets all sorts of things….like how much he loved a tree for instance. False Taoiseach identifies with false (botox?) lips suddenly. He’s opening a bypass in Co. Wexford soon. The local lad, Kehoe isn’t good enough as he can’t string a two sentences together. I wonder what will he suddenly like that day? Strawberries perhaps?

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    1. eoin

      Of course he’s a fan, “the ruthless manipulation of the hopes and emotions of underdressed young people” as Private Eye calls it.

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  2. GiggidyGoo

    If you’re a FGer and ever want to know how much esteem you’re held in within your party, then here it is….
    https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/politics/former-fine-gael-td-apologises-for-offensive-comment-at-party-meeting-38286194.html
    “”I categorically deny saying ‘fXXX bXXXX’ during the course of the private meeting. I also wish to put on record that I hold Councillor Gillian Toole with the highest regard and always have done.”‘ Em – so he didn’t deny calling her a n’er in a woodpile then? He left that one on the record, alongside his ‘highest regard’ one.

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