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c0mpliant Advanced Member

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#31 15 years ago

Thats one thing I never understand, people (like myself) travel 2000 miles to somewhere (not Germany, that would only be like 1000 miles) to go to an IRISH pub! Could they not save money by staying in Ireland, and going around the cornor to the local pub! It dawned on me when I was in an Irish pub in the north of Sweden!




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#32 15 years ago

One of the advantages of being from a small culturally insignificant country like Denmark; you don't find many Danish bars around the world...

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#33 15 years ago

Yeah. Makes sense why people who aren't Irish are celebrating an Irish event. Makes even more sense that L337-Fu really is the first person I've seen who actually understands what it is. The only Irish fellow I know thought that old Pat was a member of the English Royal family... Happy St. Patrick's day to everyone who actually celebrates it because of its meaning, anyway. I'll just say 'Leave the car keys at home' to the folks exploiting it as an excuse to get bladdered :p




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#34 15 years ago

... and an excuse to do the three-legged walk...




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#35 15 years ago

Wait a minute.....Breslin? BACK? Man, I started a thread about you going missing about a month ago....after that last depressing post....well, it's good to have you back.....




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#36 15 years ago

See? No need to worry about the Paddy....