Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Happy Pubs' Day

As it's the same procedure as last year, rather than writing a lenghty post I can prepare myself mentally for what I shall whisper to my first 'only man' tonight.

So, here's Tetrapilotomos' 17th-of-March-opening-groaner, to which* - in my borderless clemency as always I contributed the 'stupid questions'.

Tiny tip: To give yourself the thrilling illusion of reading Omnium's Breaking News!, all you have to do while reading is, replacing 'Wednesday' by Thursday.

In a minute or so, I shall receive a message like this one.

That's it. May the snakes bite me, if I tried
to keep my esteemed Irish readers any longer away from the magic spirits.

In this sense: A nice (pub-?)crawl, everybody!

May the black magic source never run dry, may your landlord's drawing-power never weaken.

Sláinte!

15 comments:

  1. Happy St. Patrick's Day Sean! May the force of Guinness and Green be with you... :)

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  2. Nevin,
    thank you! :) Slainte!

    Hans,
    beware, no! Bewitched I am rather by the Black Magic of those lovely pints of plain and the powers of uisce beatha.
    Gnídh tart tart.
    [Thirst produces thirst] :)

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  3. Sean; I see, you grow up in the sixties..))!
    Btw, me is still talking in ancient Greek with Christos, and ouzo helps as well..and software/)!
    St.P.D. in New York...how about Munich in October..I will book a hotel for 4.)
    kindest
    hans

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  4. Hans,
    that is certainly not the worst idea you ever had. :) Do you think we'd survive the Oktoberfest?

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  5. Thank you, Ardent. It was.
    Despite twaddling a lot about Guinness and uisce beatha, valiant Sean fell absolutely sober into the feather, though, not even a tiny drop of magic liquids in his venes. :)

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  6. Hello Sean, belated Happy Paddy's Day to you and yours! I hope the occasion passed well in your neck of the woods.

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  7. It did, Stan. Thank you for both your good wishes and the idiom. Much appreciated.

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  8. CherryPie,
    what are 24 hours compared to three months? Thanks a lot.

    Still can't comment on your site. Same with Colin and Superhero.
    Probably I should write a post describing the phenomenon; someone might be able to help.

    So, until soon, Mylady ... whenever soon will be ... :)

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  9. Ah Sadly a pint of plain was not on my agenda this St Paddy's Day,, Maybe next tear.. or Bloomsday, or Flann Day!

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  10. Ah, Jams,
    welcome back!
    I've to confess that although in my reply to the not wife's message I had promised to have one pint of plain for you, I didn't.
    Will you forgive my soberness? :)

    April 1st seems an ideal date to make the next promise, indeed.

    Thus, get soon and swiftly back on your feet, Jams.

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  11. Maybe I do need to change to WordPress after all. I do get a little tempted sometime, because I love the look of my serious blog which is on WordPress!

    Now I wonder if Blogger will sensor this comment because I have mentioned, their rival ;-)

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  12. [Only Two months later]

    Oh, CherryPie, you are really going to switch over to wordpress? :)

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