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Lenny

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I was up in Monaghan today and listening to the local radio station lol

not a fan of country music in general but i love this one, we can all relate to some part of it

and its ford related if you lsten to the lyrics.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wjysHEEuAv4&feature=colike

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ROFL

icon_lol.gif I knew you would see the funny side of this one mate, driving.gif

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icon_lol.gif I knew you would see the funny side of this one mate, driving.gif

I love the fact that she mentions the market.

Been there many times with the wife and outlaws (in laws).

The market is half in the north and half in the south.

PSNI turn up and all the dodgy gear moved to the other end of the tables.

Likewise with the Garda.

It was funny when they got their heads together and turned up at the same time.

Never seen so much running and vehicles screaming away. :P

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I love the fact that she mentions the market.

Been there many times with the wife and outlaws (in laws).

The market is half in the north and half in the south.

PSNI turn up and all the dodgy gear moved to the other end of the tables.

Likewise with the Garda.

It was funny when they got their heads together and turned up at the same time.

Never seen so much running and vehicles screaming away. :P

lol great place for a bargin though,

i used to go every sunday when i was growing up, and the only place to go to buy fireworks at holloween

strange storage units though lol who would of thought you could ever buy cigarettes and DVD's or a chipped playstation from the rear of an old ambulance lmfao suppose if the blue boys came they could stick on the siren and look casual police.gif

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I'd get twitchy when people were buying fireworks, they'd be firing them off right next to the trailer they were selling them from.

They would see the fireball in Derry.

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What is that ha! Crazy irish. What you do to keep busy and entertained.

Also just thought id say, thats not British Army Uniform in the picture.

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I'd get twitchy when people were buying fireworks, they'd be firing them off right next to the trailer they were selling them from.

They would see the fireball in Derry.

thats true mate, lol

their was a few people injured over the years due to thicks letting off the rockets in the middle of croweds, one guy lost his thumb

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No, it's Irish Army.

they were the FCA not really an army since they dont have many guns or join wars or anything lol

you could join the FCA and still work a full time job lol i knew a guy who worked in tesco and was a member of the FCA too i asked him what it was all about and he says their would be weekend outings doing rock climing and orieentering, camping survival skills etc. used to call them the ''free cloths association''

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Excellent, Lenny. We used to have a market like that in Glasgow. It was called 'Paddy's Market'. You could purchase all manner of goods there! One day I went to buy a vacuum cleaner. Unfortunately, H.M. Revenue and Customs were there also, checking out all the traders. They made me open the dust bag in the hoover to check in case it was full of counterfeit !Removed!! Lol.

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The market in East Belfast is the same, 2lb of spuds, a cabbage and 200 L&B.

The place has more plain clothes peelers than customers.

Belfast is great, even the window cleaners sell cigarettes door to door.

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Something for the weekend, Sir? Lol.

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I can get away with saying this because the other half is in Hospital for a few days --- the Northern Irish can be well shifty.

They know all the scams and tricks.

I was lucky to do some work with the PSNI and the Garda a while back and the cons that i saw were very cheeky, (agricultural diesel in most taxi's, dodgy cigarettes available everywhere, heating oil theft, illegal bars, illegal gambling - the list is endless)

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Al Capone would have learned a few tricks there it seems, Clive! Lol. Regards to your other half. Hope everything is okay.

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Thanks. Gall stones surgery but they keep bumping her off the list.

She is not a patient Patient at all.

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How much Green diesel was used in this video lmao

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Is it not green down your way?

Check with your local cab drivers, they'll know :P

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Check with your local cab drivers, they'll know :P

lmao i was passing the airport today and saw two northern reg taxis with clouds of black smoke coming out the rear lmao so your not far wrong mate, icon_lol.gif

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I know all the tricks.

Taxis queuing to get into farmyards is usually a good giveaway.

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I know all the tricks.

Taxis queuing to get into farmyards is usually a good giveaway.

i suppose its either the diesel or the sheep their queuing for lol sheep.gifsheep.gifsheep.gif

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I don't want to know what the Irish get up to in their free time. ;)

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I don't want to know what the Irish get up to in their free time. ;)

ah come on icon_razz.gif

you can expect me to believe that you dont know anything about it,

and you from Devon sign04.gif

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Never that way inclined mate. ;)

thought you may have caught them in the act.

speaking of which, their was a guy in a field with a sheep somwhere in co.claire a couple of years ago and was later arrested for certain things. he was witnessed and photographed by a train load of people as the train passed the field lmao never thought of the 4 o' clock train from ennis icon_razz.gif

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