Similar to an Orgy, but with bloggers instead! A Blorgy!
I'm toying with the idea of going to the cinema but am half afraid to set foot anywhere near town on the National Day Of Boozing/Puking/Sticking Youngs Ones Up Against Various Walls and General Embarrassment To The Nation
That's one crepy leprechaun. Bray - giant stallions in the parade, apparently! But more to the point, a carnival with various bouncy, slidy, rollercoastery things. husband and child managed to be on the rollercoaster in the hail last year, I hope it stays nicer today!
Well I'm about to do the ironing while watching a video and I'll do a few catch ups in town later. Although town is a complete shambles on Paddy's day I've had 3 social invites (I'm so popular me) and will make a small appearance at each, but think I'll stay off the gargle.
just watched the parade on the telly it looked quite messy this year and the sound was awful.
the boyfriend and I and all of our kiddies (5 in total) went to the Zoo! Great fun!
A good day for the zoo. The Seafront was well full of scumbag families today, not that they were anything other than charming. It was PACKED. Long queues, though my daughter handled them grand. Extra crappy parade, butthen when isn't it. I don't think the town one's been any god since the first couple years Macnas revitalised it. The thought of standing on the street for hours, watching the top of people's heads go by intermittently... ugh. At least they give the marchers tracksuits now, no more purple and orange legged girlies!
I killed a man with a trident.
Trident? I'm too drunk to understand.
Did the man have the trident, or did you kill him with one? Is this the new samurai sword - 'he went home for his trident'.I 'myth'trust you now. Heh heh.
Sorry, I was watching Anchorman at the time and presume everyone reveres it the way I do.