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#1317

That’s it, just couldn’t remember :grinning:


#1318

Call them sliders up here.


#1319

A sandwice


#1320

Think we used to get a block of ice cream and a slice between 2 wafers was a brick


#1321

How random :joy:, what made you ask that ?


#1322

Niece heading to Canada on j1, family barbecue, wafers for dessert and the question came up.


#1323

Now that you mention it we just called them wafers I think - no??


#1324

Ha ha ha , very good


#1325

Really - your ma would say (well my ma) - do you want a wafer!


#1326

Waer (n): ice cream sandwiched between two flat wafers

according to www.jackeen.com


#1327

think there is genuinely an ‘f’ missing there.

This is on Irish vocabulary on irish Celtic Jewels …

Wafer (n): ice cream sandwiched between two flat wafers


#1328

It was always mammy in our house and yes we would say wafer but I do vaguely recollect on the sunny day on the seafront in bray they would be sold from the front of a house with a sign up for brick or something to that effect anyway a simple flippant question has my head melting, in laws nothing but trouble


#1329

Yeah I think it was also called a brick - simple as that.

There was also ice cream one could purchase which involved a wafer biscuit of exquisite design which tapered from a round base to a point with the ice cream squiggled into the shape - and which would spill all over ones shirt if the pointed end leaked.

I think it was a cone?


#1330

Thanks for that Vin will probably end up doing exactly the same as you so. Cheers


#1331

Be aware the matches on TV in America are usually pay in at the door because the US rights holders charge them on a per head basis


#1332

Anyone know who does the graphic design work for Dublin GAA ? This was on the twitter a/c

This is superb


#1333

Seems to be new backgrounds on tabled information on the twitter too. All very good too - fair play! Presume there will be a similar player graphic for the footballers?? Hopefully.

Would it be @JJF :wink:


#1334

Fine piece of potatoe shop it must be said


#1335

Yeah, would love somebody to do stuff like that for our club. I dabble with ipiccy etc but never get results like that!


#1336

Think it might be these lads:

http://emcreative.ie/