Weather thread


#1023

What?

I have to interpret tiny symbols all on my ownio?

What kind of a callous, inhuman baxtard are you?


#1024

DUBLIN 2-17
KERRY 0-11

Where to next …


#1025

The Clump thread don’t think you mentioned it there :grin:


#1026

The lounge…


#1027

Just posted that on the work website.


#1028

The Kerry supporters’ forum?
Hogan Stand?


#1029

Signal growing stronger for next weeks version of the beast from the east. Potentially not as potent as last weeks event, but worth watching closely.


#1030

you’re joking. feck off winter!


#1031

Reminds of of Paul Merson praising Arsene Wenger many moons ago…
“He has us playing with unbelievable belief”.


#1032

Remember him saying that!!!


#1033

well, it can ■■■■ off then. i want chaos.


#1034

Let’s just say, it has potential!


#1035

Potentially?


#1036

Son of the Beast from the East?

A Roger Corman Production!!


#1037

Possibly possible!


#1038

Made my first trip under the bridge out of Skerries on Thursday to City West and I couldn’t get over the amount of snow still around the place, especially around clondalkin area, it was like I was going to a different country. Mounds 6/7 foot high and not a flake left in Skerries


#1039

Which is pretty funny considering he filmed some of his best work in Connemara.

And I use the word “best” very loosely. :crazy_face:


#1040

i often wonder if Aido lumbered off one of his sets and into the mayo team


#1041

OK, I’m calling this now, I strongly believe we will have a very cold weekend ahead of us, starting Paddy’s day and moving onwards through Sunday we will have snow showers along the eastern seaboard again. Being later in March, the sun is stronger, so settling snow is less likely than the last “beast from the east” but still very possible, as the air being dragged over us is biting cold. If cloud cover remains, Sunday’s cold could even eclipse last weeks event. I’m watching this closely, as I may open a Brennan’s bread stall on the street!


#1042

Except yourself