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... touch them and the camper was covered in cow muck!
By this stage Marts had hauled out the whisky so he and I were very happy thank you in the back.
Also gave one to K who was navigating - not sure that helped her though. K kept saying we're nearly there, we're nearly there - even though we werent and didnt have a clue where we were... R saying I'm f###king over this s##te - more than ...
... new episode of any of your shows on TV. Better find a good website.
32. Facebook, Twitter and Skype are the main forms of communications when abroad.
33. Ireland doesn't have panzos
34. The Tim Horton's in Ireland is clearly a practical joke.
35. You will never look forward to anything as much as you look forward to Christmas dinner.
36. You will miss your family terribly - maybe not as much as your fat cat.
37. Skype will save your sanity.
... So we happily breathed “fog air” at each other for a while until more socks, Mum’s shawl, Zebra socks over other socks, mittens and a blankie from the back were enlisted to keep the nip off.
It chugs along smelling like one of Dad’s little minis and Jeff reckons the pillows smell like race track :o) If you go over 55mph is gets a bit of a wiggle on, so we see A LOT of the countryside being Sunday drivers everywhere. ...
... her pint. Two of us then left to go to the club across the street called the Icon while the other two stayed at Nancy’s and were followed over by the two random friends of Mr. ****, but not Mr. **** himself which was good because I would have punched him. Then I found out that they actually didn’t know him at all but only met him that night when he claimed he could get any girl he wanted. So now obviously we two ladies, after successfully denying one, were just so eager ...
... had a lot of nice historical context about Ireland, England, and the conflict between the parties. The Treaty Stone is the object on which a peace treaty was signed between the Irish and French parties that were working together and the British government/military. This was signed sometime a little before 1700 and predicated a great deal of the "most recent" animosity between the Irish and British, as ...
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