There’s always something going on in the country that will get us all wound up on social media.
This week was no different. Potholes, the Dubs, and Laois being forgotten about (again) were among the topics to grab our attention over the last seven days on Twitter.
It’s hard to disagree with Wooly on this one
— Colm Parkinson (@Woolberto) April 13, 2018
A good line of thinking, in fairness
Don’t be superstitious. Nothing will happen on Friday the 13th that cannot happen on Saturday the 14th. 👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍
— fr paddy (@frpaddybyrne) April 13, 2018
Jack Dooley. Tweeting about the issues that really matter
Fruit pastilles taste the exact same and jelly tots! Hats off to Rowntrees ye played a blinder pic.twitter.com/U1euJAePcx
— Jack Dooley (@JackDooley_4) April 11, 2018
A small bit of a sun. A small bit. And people lose the run of themselves. International rugby player Alison Miller called it for what it was
— Alison Miller (@aligal1984) April 8, 2018
Brian Ramsbottom speaks from experience when he explains why goalkeepers should never get involved in a shemozzle
I’ve said it before many times, goalkeepers should never get involved in melees, they stand out like a sore thumb. Any of the Juve players could have been cautioned there, but Buffon was the easy one to see. Sad for him, but he should have known better. Sport is a motherfucker.
— Brian Ramsbottom (@TheOneRam) April 11, 2018
Dagger Langton, another great Park-Ratheniska man, copped a supporter during the Allianz Hurling League final doing a very serious job keeping tabs of the score in a little notebook. We’re pretty sure Nowlan Park has a scoreboard but this man wasn’t taking any chances
— Dagger (@daggerlang) April 8, 2018
This is all-too-common on rural roads around the county unfortunately
— EoinBarry (@EoinFBarry) April 12, 2018
Well said Peter. Like, what the f***?
I see Laois is no longer part of the Midlands, which is an interesting development. Is this the tourism equivalent of calling Finglas ‘Glasnevin North’? https://t.co/21hqMM19M3
— Peter Farrell (@PeterFarr_) April 12, 2018
Niall Kavanagh was equally perplexed
Looks like we in Laois are neither one thing nor the other! More Ancient East than Hidden Heartland but realistically in tourist’s “no mans land” #brokenhearted 💔 @EoinFBarry @Failte_Ireland @CommunicateIre @LaoisToday
— Niall Kavanagh (@niallerkav) April 12, 2018