Prince Harry to marry Galway woman


#381

They get much more respect in Oireland.


#382

Not so sure about that. This is a very laid back trip, so much so we’re even leaving sub machine guns lying around fully loaded, and ne’er a shot fired. We’ve all matuured.


#383

They mustn’t believe their luck when they come over, the locals bending over backwards to facilitate their every whim.


#384

It’s an awful pity he didn’t have the redbull towel with him…


#385

#386

Hahahahahahahaha

Ha

Ha


#387

Camden Street closed off and crowds there waiting to see them I presume. Mainly women which you’d understand but a good number of “men” there as well, giggling away excitedly with their camera phones out.

We really do need another world war.


#388

We?

What World War was Ireland involved in? And I dont think the giggly freaks you saw on the street corner today like @Bandage and @TheUlteriorMotive will be the types to go to war. That will be left to men like you and me bro.


#389

And the pretend IRA standing idly by.


#390

We as in the world, bro.

But your point on @Bandage is correct alright.


#391

They’re watching it on tv down at the Padraig Pearse pub. Bunting is out too.


#392

It’s fantastic that we have all moved on.


#393

We’ll have to cheer England tonight as well…


#394

Nah.

Some things remain sacred. Good luck to them if they win it but i’d have no gra for this England team.


#395


#396

Couldn’t make it mate, had a prior engagement at a bonfire in Londonderry.


#397

At least you got to meet your hero Rory


#398

Are they imitating a nazi salute in a nod to young Hewitts fancy dress preferences?


#399

Met him in Donegal last weekend too.

Great to see the stick hurling brigade falling over themselves to fawn over Prince Harry :laughing:


#400

I thought that was him.

He would be delighted with meeting a member of the British Royal Family, the sleeveen.