IE Erins go bragh-less (so to speak), horrifying locals with topless brawl in Doon

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  1. wfgodot

    wfgodot Former Member

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    Topless brawl horrifies locals in quiet County Limerick village.
    much more at the Limerick Leader link above
     


  2. my_tee_mouse

    my_tee_mouse Done. Put a Fork in Me.

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    "Erins go bragh-less"
    :drumroll: :floorlaugh::floorlaugh:

    What is wrong with these people??!!! I could actually see this happening at 1:00 a.m., say, after an all-nighter at the pub...but at this hour? Or maybe this WAS the end of an all-nighter?! SMH
     
  3. wfgodot

    wfgodot Former Member

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    Villages need this sort of thing to happen every once in awhile. So they'll have something to talk about for the next 300 years.
     
  4. my_tee_mouse

    my_tee_mouse Done. Put a Fork in Me.

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    AND....they get MSM over it.
     
  5. zippitydoda

    zippitydoda Well-Known Member

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    I read the aricle with an Irish brogue running through my head..

    “It was in the middle of the street. They were down on the ground on top off each other beating the heads off each other. The next thing the tops were pulled off each other and then a bra went flying through the air.

    “You would think that this would have stopped them – but not a bit of it, they kept at it.
     
  6. Cappuccino

    Cappuccino Well-Known Member

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    Only because they were topless. If there were no bare breasts there, there'd be no story.

    (@ Zippitydoda - I'm Irish so you can read my post in an Irish brogue too. :) )
     
  7. wfgodot

    wfgodot Former Member

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    After giving it some thought, I have decided that the incident would have been perfect for describing by Myles na gCopaleen in The Irish Times in his column, Cruiskseen Lawn.
     

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