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  • Pia Walker

    Pia Walker Sept. 28, 2001, 10:57 a.m. (Message 27579)

    Re: Incredible Dance escape this year ?(plus the tiniest "peep")

    Thank you Ron
    I loved it there - yes people could laugh at themselves - and it was
    incredible lovely to live there - People cared - I went back to Maynooth in
    Co Kildare, last year after 14 years away - went into the post-office, up to
    the counter, where this man was sitting (my age) - and he said "Thought it
    was you when you walked in" - Had I been away?  it did not seem like it.
    To keep to the scottish thread - we did a Burns night at my hubbys work -
    and could not get Haggis imported - we did get one in as a biological
    specimen (hubby being a biotechnologist) - but I had to make the rest -
    arrived at the university cantine with all the necessary bits of sheep -
    muslin bag instead of stomach - and asked "where's the mincer?"  Chef looks
    at me and says "we haven't got one - here's a knife" - chopped up the
    innards of what to me seemed like several dead sheep - with a knife - for 70
    people.  plus made the oat-cakes and danced the night away.
    It was great.
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: <>
    To: <>
    Sent: Thursday, September 27, 2001 11:08 PM
    Subject: Re: Incredible Dance escape this year ?(plus the tiniest "peep")
    > > Hi Becky
    > >
    > > I lived in Ireland for 4 years.
    > >
    > > Pia
    > AHH...... does this give us a clue???  :))  (^duck^)
    > The person of my acquaintance who tells the most and funniest Irish
    > jokes is a fellow golfer called Jim Collins and he hails from Co.
    > Tipp !!
    > Cheers,  Ron   :)
    >  < 0   Ron Mackey,(Purveyor of Pat's Party Pieces)
    >   'O>  Mottingham,
    >   /#\  London. UK.
    >    l>

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