On this day in 2010, Broadsheet was launched.
We are 10!
Many happy returns and a sincere thank you to all.
Let’s do ‘something’ when all this is over?
— Catherine Murphy (@CathMurphyTD) July 15, 2015
Kildare Street, Dublin 2.
Social Democrats co-leaders Catherine Murphy and Roisin Shorthall celebrate their party’s 5th birthday outside Leinster House.
Which means their birthday cake is also technically ours if we can prove we are peckish and lack the means for treats.
Previously: ‘We Are The Soc Dems”
Pic by Aaron
Brown ale football.
Straight from the tap.
Brian ‘Doug’ McMahon of Brand New Retro writes:
Jack Charlton 85 today!
Jack Charlton is 85 today. Love this Dave Maher pic from his last visit to Lansdowne Road five years ago. pic.twitter.com/FYdlkaHaF4
— Kieran Cunningham (@KCsixtyseven) May 8, 2020
Ashton Carolan (above centre) celebrated his 10th birthday with a carefully choreographed socially distant party in his Dublin driveway for relatives, friends and neighbours
Happy birthday, Ashton.
Michael Le Cool writes:
A novel coronavirus birthday card created by Simon Roche, a graphic designer (more of his work here) for his brother Jonah…
Happy birthday, Jonah.
So my daughter, Katie, had her 12th Birthday today. She couldn’t have any friends over so we arranged a birthday drive by with all her friends as a surprise for her. Best bunch of friends ever!! #rathcormac #sligo #ireland #socialdistancing #COVID2019 pic.twitter.com/G0sV2zGPXU
— Katie (@katiekins76) March 26, 2020
Kiera O’Connell writes:
There is no one as sound as my Dad. He would do anything for anyone. He turned 70 yesterday and all the neighbours came out. physical distancing not social distancing. He was dead chuffed! Should bring a smile :)
Delicious cake for us?
You really shouldn’t have, scamps.
Thanks to whoever made it!
It’s a stock photo..
Because we forgot to celebrate our ninth birthday yesterday!
Happy birthday to all our readers, commenters, contributors, ‘staff’- especially Olga – and even (wags right index finger) them troll-y fellas.
As we always say: This time next year, Rodney.
And have a little cry.