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20-03-2019, 19:26   #31
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Seems to be part of the culture.

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20-03-2019, 19:29   #32
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Have any of you keyboard warriors actually contacted Tulsa???

Only took 15 comments......
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I remember back in the 80's it wasn't uncommon for a kid to slurp out a grandfather's or grand uncles pint because it probably made me feel big.

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I used to be mesmerised with the bubbles going upwards, oh the larger too. More fizzy than lemonade, we weren't allowed the lager but boy didn't I love a taste of iron.

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Went onto the Christmas cake then, mum leaving out the whiskey and myself taking an aul cap full. Sure twould warm my cockles for the evening.

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A sneaky boozer from the sthart.

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This takes it to another level, funnily enough travellers I knew didn't like drinking much. Back in the 80's lol "you'd swear I'm really old " back in the 80's the travellers considered drinking to access a Taboo....

Wut?
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It sounds like they are in a pub or restaurant is it even legal for them to have a child on the premises consuming alcohol. I'm surprised they weren't kicked out.

Are you mad?!

Imagine the hassle of trying to kick them out.

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Tusla are very busy at the moment.

They are working hard to dismantle scouting.
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That's scary stuff altogether.
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The poor childer have no chance.
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The family involved live in the North. Tusla can't do anything.
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Drinking alcohol before the age of 14 is directly associated with an increased incident of suicidal thoughts and attempts.

Travellers have recently highlighted that there is an epidemic of suicide amongst the Travelling community. The suicide rate in the Traveller community is six times higher than in the general population and seven times higher among young Travellers.

Some of them obviously never stood a chance.

This lad is being fed Guinness at the age of 4? More than likely he will end up another sad statistic the poor little man.
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I remember back in the 80's it wasn't uncommon for a kid to slurp out a grandfather's or grand uncles pint because it probably made me feel big.

I used to be mesmerised with the bubbles going upwards, oh the larger too.
More fizzy than lemonade, we weren't allowed the lager but boy didn't I love a taste of iron.

Went onto the Christmas cake then, mum leaving out the whiskey and myself taking an aul cap full.
Sure twould warm my cockles for the evening.

A sneaky boozer from the sthart.

This takes it to another level, funnily enough travellers I knew didn't like drinking much.
Back in the 80's lol "you'd swear I'm really old " back in the 80's the travellers considered drinking to access a Taboo....

Not the first Irish youngster to taste a pint. Frowned upon these days though.
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Me thinks we'll be seeing a lot more of The Hulk Joyce over the next 30 years and it won't be for the right reasons!
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Have any of you keyboard warriors actually contacted Tulsa???
Yes several people reported it to Tusla when it was posted in another thread last week.
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Yes several people reported it to Tusla when it was posted in another thread last week.
Just about to post same, but couldn’t remember which thread

https://touch.boards.ie/thread/2057921160/645
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Here's the proud daddy, with the young lad at his side.
These videos are funny really if you overlooked the tragic consequences of the actions they perpetrate.

https://youtu.be/-_ujtRyt5lM
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