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30-01-2018, 17:57   #16
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Predicting to would have been difficult sure but to call Brexit unforeseen based on polls is utterly incorrect.
I didn’t mean to infer unforeseen, just that all three were the opposite of what the polls were predicting in days before the votes.
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In Liverpool. Any craft beer pub recommendations?
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Ship and Mitre. You'll probably find a couple of taps in most decent bars with some beers you've never tried, though.
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Ship and Mitre. You'll probably find a couple of taps in most decent bars with some beers you've never tried, though.
I knew you'd deliver! Merci.
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You are so Leinster. AK must be so proud of you.

John Hayes is disgusted.
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Yes, stop being pretentious.
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The Shipping Forecast is a good pub
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The Shipping Forecast is a good pub
Did you miss the memo? We call that syndesmosis now
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That must be very high indeed.
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You are so Leinster. AK must be so proud of you.

John Hayes is disgusted.
This is the lad who thinks pear belongs in a sandwich... probably puts tomato in a fruit salad just to be different.

Thomond hand in your MRSC membership and your John Hayes pyjamas!
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You are so Leinster. AK must be so proud of you.

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I've often told him that over a poached egg.
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I've often told him that over a poached egg.
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Just to be clear, its the pink peppercorns that are becoming the cool thing now, although I appreciate Zzippy is from the west and they probably won't get it there for about 20 years.
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Just to be clear, its the pink peppercorns that are becoming the cool thing now, although I appreciate Zzippy is from the west and they probably won't get it there for about 20 years.
No, we're very cosmopolitan when it comes to food here, the local shop started selling that curly pasta over 5 years ago, and sure Supermacs is the home of curry chips!
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