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You may recall yesterday’s moob-friendly competition.

We have a winner:

“I deserve an ‘Okie Doke’ t-shirt because last Thursday night I was walking along Baggot Street [Dublin] telling my Dad how to make an Irish whiskey when I walked into Johnny Giles. After a quick gasp and a pause, I hung up on my Da and ran after him. We started a great chat about this that and everything, the past, Bill and Eamon, I even got a photo with him. It was lovely. But then I mentioned The Damned United [Giles had complained over his characterisation in the book and movie]. I love that film. His face turned stormy and grey, his lips trembled and pointed even further down, and I realised what I’d done. He said it was bullying and he didn’t agree with it at all in any way. He walked away, and I tried to dig myself out of the hole calling at him to keep up the good work, but I’d ruined it. So please give me an Okie Doke T-shirt. I need to redeem myself.” (fryfishboil)

And a Runner-up:

“…Because my brother is going over to Euro 2012 and it’s his birthday on Saturday and I’m too poor to buy him a present so this would be ideal.” (Dave)

Bonus Prize: A tee also goes to Jill ‘Daughter of Bill’ O’Herlihy and a flying pen to George M who wrote: “I deserve the Okie Doke tee because…I’m going to have to stop you there, you can’t be saying things like that.”

Okie Doke tees here.

In celebration of the three wise pundits of the soccerpocalypse, Nutmeg, the makers of that Lexcion tee, have two ‘Okie Doke’ t-shirts to giveaway in a competition thing.

To enter just finish this sentence:

“I deserve the Okie Doke tee because…

Lines close at 3pm. 4.45pm

Okie Doke & The Lexicon are now available in The Science Gallery, Trinity College, Dublin. Nutmeg will be doing a pop-up shop in the Designist shop on George’s
Street, Dublin, opening on Thursday, May 3.


(Picture posed by Karl)

No cash, favours or tees were given for this post