Eastie

Ireland

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We will be moving back sooner rather than later, Eastie.

D doesn't like London life very much and I tired of it years ago. Overall, it's much more practical for us to be there than here.

Only problem is there's no work for teachers and I do love my job.

You need to apply at that school thats adopted The Villa Anne.

Never been to Ireland but its on the to do list, never met an Irishman i didn't get on with, though the bloody women are a nightmare :whistling:

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I'm a lover of Galway city, music on the streets and everywhere in walking distance, race week can be good but gets very busy

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I'm a lover of Galway city, music on the streets and everywhere in walking distance, race week can be good but gets very busy

Have always found the people in Galway to be much less friendly than elsewhere.

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Certainly not in the city centre

but the impression I got from walking down the falls road and shankhill road

Belfast is still a divided city

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Certainly not in the city centre

but the impression I got from walking down the falls road and shankhill road

Belfast is still a divided city

All that's kept to draw the tourists in.

The Belshafties aren't as slow as they walk easy.

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Been to Eire many times mainly as a child to see family in Kilbannan Co Galway, beautiful country without a doubt.

I do find the Northern Irish very aggressive and angry for my liking

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Been to Eire many times mainly as a child to see family in Kilbannan Co Galway, beautiful country without a doubt.

I do find the Northern Irish very aggressive and angry for my liking

You wan some?

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Ill knock your ballix in Michael :whistling:

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Ill knock your ballix in Michael :whistling:

Case and point!!

M'lud, the prosecution rests!! lol

Nothing but love for you Man!!

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Ill knock your ballix in Michael :whistling:

Don't call him Michael ffs

You ain't seen him when he is angry

:angry:

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Ill knock your ballix in Michael :whistling:

Bate lumps out of him, our fella.

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Bate lumps out of him, our fella.

Bate lumps out of him, our fella.

Jasus!!!

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edit: in about an hour im going to the giants causeway, well im taking the missus up there, she can stay up there while im in the bushmills distillery lol

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I'do like Irish music and as I type and listening to great song called the town I love so well.-very strong lyrics.

Also a fan of Irish country and Brendan Quinn amongst others.

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That derry song is one of my favorite Irish songs too
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That derry song is one of my favorite Irish songs too

Which version ? Heard it sung by a few but prefer the paddy o Reilly version

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My mrs likes it when I take her up the giants causeway too

LOL. Hope Conwoman doesn't read this site or you'll get a kick up your causeway.

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LOL. Hope Conwoman doesn't read this site or you'll get a kick up your causeway.

Now i would like to see the Giants Causeway!!

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Now i would like to see the Giants Causeway!!

Conman's Causeway?

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i f**cking love the irish shower of ugly bastards though lol,...been to cork,dublin & passed through belfast wish i stayed longer my grannys side are from donegal who immigrated to ireland,i love the cultural identity i share with the country,..as for the north it reminds me so much of the west of scotland with the lingo etc...as someor who knows about religous/political divides my wife is a protestant n i couldnt care less the older im getting the more im starting to hate religion

one day visit donegal :thumbup:

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Conman's Causeway?

Thats anywhere that sells Cider cheap! lol

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i f**cking love the irish shower of ugly bastards though lol,...been to cork,dublin & passed through belfast wish i stayed longer my grannys side are from donegal who immigrated to ireland,i love the cultural identity i share with the country,..as for the north it reminds me so much of the west of scotland with the lingo etc...as someor who knows about religous/political divides my wife is a protestant n i couldnt care less the older im getting the more im starting to hate religion

one day visit donegal :thumbup:

Religions cannot make sense to anyone with an ounce of reason.

I take everyone as I find him/her. I either like ye or I don't but I can guarantee that will be nothing to do with whether you're a Hindu, Sikh or Jesus freak.

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Religions cannot make sense to anyone with an ounce of reason.

I take everyone as I find him/her. I either like ye or I don't but I can guarantee that will be nothing to do with whether you're a Hindu, Sikh or Jesus freak.

im the same these days,lifes too short although i defo find the hatred is more with the loyalists/protestants/unionists i find them more aggresive mibbe because they sway to the right,do u agree?

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im the same these days,lifes too short although i defo find the hatred is more with the loyalists/protestants/unionists i find them more aggresive mibbe because they sway to the right,do u agree?

Not really. Think there's plenty of nutjobs on both sides. They're as bad as each other. I just don't pay any heed to any of them because they're all a few fries short of a Happy Meal.

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