Laois tweeters have been as active as ever this week, touching on everything from learning to drive to feeling like Beyonce. We even got a blessing all the way from Lourdes!
Here’s our Tweets of the Week.
Jaysus that was a great sleep knowing English are out of the World Cup ??
— Aedín (@_Aedin) July 12, 2018
Our commiserations with England were brief.
Message to all twitter friends from Lourdes! pic.twitter.com/HsurmQ31WS
— fr paddy (@frpaddybyrne) July 17, 2018
Fr Paddy sent us a blessing all the way from Lourdes.
why isn’t it embedded in us that when you turn 18 you can just drive, Like without having to do any lessons etc
— Cathal O’Sullivan (@mista_osullivan) July 14, 2018
Me: passes driving test Also me: loses car for 15 minutes in Portlaoise shopping centre car park
— aoife (@_aoifzz) July 13, 2018
The struggles of learning to drive were a hot topic this week.
— UnOfficialGaa (@UnOfficialGaa) July 16, 2018
Unofficial GAA had something to say to the new cheese factory.
— Paddy Critchley (@PaCritch) July 15, 2018
We don’t have time for notions.
Attempted a cartwheel last night in Top Square. Got shown up anyway
— Rollaí (@garlicsauceboi) July 16, 2018
It happens to the best of us.
I now understand what it feels like to be Beyoncé pic.twitter.com/UvGIEmMxYP
— Helen (@HelenFlynn2) July 18, 2018
The Summer Panto gave us serious Beyonce feels.
YOU DONT GET FREE PICNIC TICKETS IF YOU LIVE IN STRADBALLY YOU DONT GET FREE PICNIC TICKETS IF YOU LIVE IN STRADBALLY YOU DONT GET FREE PICNIC TICKETS IF YOU LIVE IN STRADBALLY YOU DONT YOU DONT GET FREE PICNIC TICKETS IF YOU LIVE IN STRADBALLY YOU DONT GET FREE PICNIC TICKETS IF
— Sasha ? (@kemmy_sasha) July 18, 2018
Stradbally natives are eager to put this common misconception to bed.
— Niall Kavanagh (@niallerkav) July 18, 2018
We were well represented both on and off stage at Longitude last weekend.
Working on the top floor of the Guinness storehouse today. Could count over 40 cranes all around Dublin. The boom is back
— Darragh Nolan (@darragh_nolan) July 12, 2018
The boom is well and truly back.
Why do girls even need wrist flowers for the debs like this really feels like an unnecessary expense
— Senan Hogan O’Brien (@senhob) July 16, 2018
Debs season is always the same, confused lads and corsages (which are life and death, by the way)
Sometimes you have to convince yourself that everything happens for a reason. And that every person in your life teaches you something. And you’re meant to make every mistake and trust every gobshite that you do. And it’s all with some greater purpose that will one day make sense
— Alison Spillane (@ali_spillane) July 18, 2018
And one tweet gave us the advice we all needed to hear.