Matters regarding Limerick, Limerick pubs, Limerick hills, plenty culture please


#2871

Have you grass stains on the knees that you need removed? :grinning:


#2872

No a yaegar bomb straight down the back?


#2873

Tom Garry up in Roxboro is your man.


#2874

You’d think he’d get it back to me Thursday morning?


#2875

Jaysus don’t tell me they got the beige suit?


#2876

Get in to him early in the morning and he’ll have it for you tomorrow evening if you tell him that you need it in a hurry.


#2877

I’ve four suits but I want to wear this one on Friday.


#2878

Thanks Elvis safe travels on Sunday and enjoy the game.


#2879

Actually, now that we’re on the suit topic, anyone recommend someone that does alterations in the city?

I’ve a couple of suits that could do with being taken in as I’m a thinner man than I used to be.


#2880

Sew & sew


#2881

Where are they?


#2882

Wickham street, have been there for years


#2883

I only dropped in a suit to be dry cleaned this morning, to Early Bird in Dooradoyle which is down and across from the Hi Way.

Always been fairly prompt in my dealings with them.


#2884

Lots of limerick lads up in court this week it seems.


#2885

They’ve never learned that you don’t go meddling with suits in late July / early August


#2886

Seems too early for a fresh round of Willie Clancy public urination cases


#2887

We have an all-ireland semi final coming up boys


#2888

They are based in Adare. Well that’s surprising :sweat_smile:


#2889

I brought the small lady to the park in the Manor Fields last Saturday and saw this cricket match going on below at the bottom of the playing pitches. Very very surreal stuff to be looking at. There was absolutely nobody down there watching it bar the two teams. There were young lads pucking around in the GAA goals next to it and their sliotar was being retrieved from the cricket playing area every few minutes.


#2890

Were they Irish lads? There’s a lot of Asian lads out in UL who’d play it on weekends, though when I was going for a stroll through Malahide park recently, they were all Irish young fellas playing it.