We’re back again this week with our Tweets of the Week and they didn’t disappoint.
We must have a natural flare for tweeting here in Laois!
It might be a bit overplayed…
Imagine paying 99 cent to listen to dance monkey when all you’ve to do is turn on midlands 103 and you’ll hear it 6 times a day
— Obi Wan (@realoisin) November 28, 2019
Always trust your instinct!
When the guy you were *pretty* sure was a massive, mansplaining creep actually turns out to be a massive, mansplaining creep 😒😒😒 Trust your instincts, etc.
— Gearóidín McEvoy (@GaRoDean) November 27, 2019
That’s one way to ruin an iconic song…
Just heard Fairytale of New York for the first time this festive season, and it’s the R*n*n Keating version. Christmas is cancelled.
— Peter Farrell (@PeterFarr_) November 28, 2019
Many of us have made that mistake!
Told the father how to use YouTube on the smart telly yesterday, worst thing I’ve ever done, the Dubliners johnny McEvoy Christy Moore and big Tom concerts on repeat the last two nights.
— scott lawless (@otterthetown) November 28, 2019
Well said, Paddy.
Ok so when did it become ok to use mental health as a means to make celebrities ambassadors for more organizations to “spread awareness”? Tag 3 friends to win a beanie and a few euro? Is this helping people with depression? Open for discussion: pic.twitter.com/aTYSEDxE7j
— Paddy Critchley (@PaCritch) November 29, 2019
And of course we’d have to throw a few hurlers in the mix!
No messing with Laois boys Paddy Purcell and Enda Rowland pic.twitter.com/hW60cxtCWF
— GAA JOE (@GAA__JOE) November 27, 2019
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