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17-10-2020, 23:24   #76
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He's in my pond chilling, said he needed to get away from Kerry people and enjoy his last few years in piece.
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17-10-2020, 23:38   #77
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18-10-2020, 00:18   #78
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the last fisherman that just spoted him killed him now he's saying he's still alive
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He was holding out until better contract extension conditions could be agreed.
A bit like Melania, eh?
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Please tell me you don't have any pets... ?

Dolphins are pretty much just as friendly and playful as a dog. If you were used to having him around for 30+ years, he'd leave a big hole in your life. They're such happy positive creatures.
Actually I do a cat (almost 20 years old) and love animals, infact allow a field I have for abandoned donkeys to be used until new homes found.

My post was directed at the Moronic behavior of human beings, not the Dolphin, who I'm sure if it could would cover its eyes in shame with the absurd behavior of some dingle residents.
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18-10-2020, 16:42   #81
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^personally I haven't been able to eat and have been screeching at people on the street about how they "don't know what I'm going through" etc.
'Everyone is very worried' - massive search operation for Fungie the dolphin as fears grow for his safety

https://www.independent.ie/irish-new...-39638010.html
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Did people actually not realise that this was something that was always going to happen ? He’s a dolphin not a terminator, he’s a living thing and they do eventually die.
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^personally I haven't been able to eat and have been screeching at people on the street about how they "don't know what I'm going through" etc.
'Everyone is very worried' - massive search operation for Fungie the dolphin as fears grow for his safety

https://www.independent.ie/irish-new...-39638010.html
O Dear God, enough already. The only people really concerned and not for Fungies wellbeing are the small cartel who controlled vehemently all things fungie in Dingle, This wonderful animal generated a few millionaires over the years, most of whom contributed nothing to Dingle, indeed the statue on the pier was financed partly by public donations.

Hideous and childish behavior, deeply embarrassing. I'd be curious if the vultures are charging unsuspecting tourists for the search trips?
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O Dear God, enough already. The only people really concerned and not for Fungies wellbeing are the small cartel who controlled vehemently all things fungie in Dingle, This wonderful animal generated a few millionaires over the years, most of whom contributed nothing to Dingle, indeed the statue on the pier was financed partly by public donations.

Hideous and childish behavior, deeply embarrassing. I'd be curious if the vultures are charging unsuspecting tourists for the search trips?
Sure the vultures are busy circling Fungi's bloated carcass, not codding tourists!
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Did people actually not realise that this was something that was always going to happen ? He’s a dolphin not a terminator, he’s a living thing and they do eventually die.
They're probably looking for the carcase to stuff it for a replacement attraction.
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Just saw there he has been hanging around Dingle for over 30 years, he must be old as the hills by now.
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They're probably looking for the carcase to stuff it for a replacement attraction.
LOL, wouldn't surprise me at all
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^personally I haven't been able to eat and have been screeching at people on the street about how they "don't know what I'm going through" etc.
'Everyone is very worried' - massive search operation for Fungie the dolphin as fears grow for his safety

https://www.independent.ie/irish-new...-39638010.html
'West Cork Port'! No wonder they can't find him
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'West Cork Port'! No wonder they can't find him
Geography is not "Ralph's" strongest subject.
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